Contents

V 16 N 1
Spring 2009



Special Issue:
Pakistani Literature

Guest Editors:
Waqas Khwaja and Ghazala Hashmi


Articles
     
Title Author
Page
     
Introduction Waqas Khwaja
3
     
"Freeing the Outlook of Man fromt Its Geographic Limitations":
The Supraterritoriality of Pakistani English- and Urdu-Language Literatures
Cara Cilano
9
     
"Between Food and the Body": Sara Suleri's Edible Histories Julietta Singh
26
     
Home and the World: Women's Place in the Home and Nation in Cracking India Sohinee Roy
45
     
"Our Life is Like a Candle Flame": Urdu Tropes and Muslim Consciousness in
Ahmed Ali's Twilight in Delhi
Khurram Khurshid
64
     
Another('s) Way of Knowing: Memory, Testimony, and Subjectivity in
Bapsi Sidhwa's "Defend Yourself Against Me"
Divya Victor
82
     
Time is God: Temporality in Pakistani Modernism A. Sean Pue
101
     
Imperial Shadows: A Tale of Two Childhoods, Colonial and Post-Colonial Muneeza Shamsie
114
 
Book Review Essays
       
"Writing the Human Condition: Pakistani Poetry in English" Ilona S. Yusuf
133
  Split World, Poems 1990-2005,
by Moniza Alvi
  Europa,
by Moniza Alvi
  Skin,
by Faraz Maqsood Hamidi
  The Ramazan Libation,
by Alamgir Hashmi
Voices and Visions, Young Writers from Pakistan,
edited by Norman Ohler and Amra Raza
  Half Moon, Poems 1979-1983,
by Taufiq Rafat
   
  Left-Hand-Speak,
by Hima Raza
   
     
Women Writers: Voices from Pakistan" Mubina Talaat
145
  Pakistani Women Writers I: Short Stories,
edited by Fakhar Zaman
 
And The World Changed,
edited by Muneeza Shamsie
Shattering the Stereotypes: Muslim Women Speak Out,
edited by Fawzia Afzal Khan
     
"Literature by Pakistani Writers: Stories of Betrayal, Loss, and Hope" Deepti Priya Mehrotra
156
The Reluctant Fundamentalist,
by Mohsin Hamid
The Geometry of God,
by Uzma Aslam Khan
A Case of Exploding Mangoes,
by Mohammad Hanif
Burnt Shadows,
by Kamila Shamsie
The Wish Maker,
by Ali Sethi


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