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Biography

Fatima Jinnah: Mother of the Nation

M. Reza Pirbhai
Cambridge University Press
2017

The Girls Ate Last

Supriya Singh
Angsana Publications
2013

Amrita Pritam: Life as Literature

Bhagyashree Varma
Prestige
2006

Power Failure: Political Odyssey of a Pakistani Woman

Syeda Abida Hussain
Oxford University Press
2015

Choreographing [in] Pakistan : Indu Mitha, dancing occluded histories in "The Land of the Pure"

Author(s): 
Feriyal Amal Aslam
Publisher/Sponsor: 
University of California, Los Angeles
www.worldcat.org/oclc/825121231

"This critical biography of Indu Mitha, a Pakistani dancer and choreographer, lays out an alternate, creative history of sixty-four years of post-Partition Pakistan. Her life and work enable choreographing an occluded space on stage and beyond, which I call space of hope --a space of alterity, a place where narratives countering the nation state boundaries enforced by the 1947 Partition of British India into the three independent states of Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh (1971). This space is not a post-colonial one, but is based on a longer shared historical specificity of South Asia.

I'm Only the Editor: The Adventurous Life of Journalist Charles Hayes

Margaret Ann Hayes
Trafford Publishing
2004

The Bargain from the Bazaar: A Family's Day of Reckoning in Lahore

Haroon K. Ullah
PublicAffairs
2014

Time Present and Time Past: Memoirs of an Unorthodox Top Cop

Kirpal Singh Dhillon
Penguin Books
2013

Trauma Texts

Gilian Whitlock,
Kate Douglas
Routledge
2009

Joginder Paul: The Writerly Writer

Chandana Dutta
Routledge
2021

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