The New Anthem: The Subcontinent In Its Own Words -

The New Anthem: The Subcontinent In Its Own Words -

The New Anthem: The Subcontinent In Its Own Words -

By: Ahmede Hussain


Publication Date:
Oct, 01 2009
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Paper Back
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South Asia first found its English voice - in literature and in song - in the nineteenth century. It changed and morphed over two hundred years so that it now boasts of as many registers as there are languages and dialects within its geographical frontiers. From Mohsin Hamid, Kamila Shamsie and Raj Kamal Jha to Amit Choudhuri, Altaf Tyrewala, Padma Viswanathan and Tabish Khair, this book anthologises twenty-two major writers of fiction who, with their original narrative styles, have reinterpreted the region's turbulent history at both personal and national levels. The New Anthem confirms that many of the most brilliant storytellers of world literature were born in the Indian subcontinent. Ahmede Hussain weaves the anthology together to make it a testimony to the brilliance of South Asian fiction