Where Worlds Collide: Pakistani Fiction in the New Millennium

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Pakistan's current generation of English-language novelists, born after the 1971 war and writing in the twenty-first century, must navigate between the ancient cultural history they have inherited and the relative youth of their country as a political construct. In this book, Dr David Waterman explores the works of seven writers of this generation, including both residents of Pakistan and authors from the diaspora, in order to examine the manner in which questions of history, culture, and identity arise from this process. ...

Where Worlds Collide: Pakistani Fiction in the New Millennium 2015, OUP Pakistan

ISBN-13: 9780199400324

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