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Other titlesMapmaking, partition stories from two bengals
Statementedited by Debjani Sengupta ; [foreword by Ashis Nandy].
ContributionsSengupta, Debjani.
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LC ClassificationsMLCS 2003/00605 (P), PK1716.5.E
The Physical Object
Pagination197 p. ;
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Open LibraryOL3708836M
ISBN 108188575003
LC Control Number2003305188

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Debjani Sengupta teaches in the Department of English at Indraprastha College for Women, University of Delhi. Her publications include an anthology of Partition short fiction titled Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals (, ) that she edited, and articles on Bangla science fiction, Bangla theatre and the Bengal Partition in anthologies and journals.

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As the title suggests, the paper looks Mapmaking certain themes in Partition studies and how they have been enriched by the use of the two kinds of archives—the official and the alternate.

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The examples are primarily from the Partition of Bengal. With a subtitle reflecting the divide, Debjani Sengupta compiled and translated into English a volume called Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals, with a foreword by the renowned scholar.

Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals brings together Mapmaking writers from Bangladesh and West Bengal including Ritwik Ghatak, Hasan Azizul Haq and Manik Bandopadhayay.

It is a unique attempt to see how partition has shaped the narrative of the two regions that share a common language, culture and s: 6. Mapmaking: Partition stories from two Bengals adverse situations arising in the wake of the partition. Two Fates: the story of my divorce Singh Frog Books.

Pages [Book review:] [The Spoils of Partition: Bengal and India, by Joya Chatterji (Cambridge University Press, pp.] Bengal’s sorrow. In Bengal, Partition frustrated the plans and purposes of the very groups that had demanded it.

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One can count on Dr Asok Mitra to say things that very few dare to say and most do not even notice or perceive. DEBJANI SENGUPTA teaches at Indraprastha College, Delhi.

She is the editor of Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals (Srishti, ). BHAKTI SHRINGARPURE, a writer and translator, is also a Ph.D. candidate in Comparative Literature at the City University of New York specializing in Cultural Reportage and Visual Culture. Most of the stories and accounts included in these books were written in Urdu, Hindi and Punjabi, and subsequently translated into English.

Bhalla’s original compendium in three volumes had sixty three stories, forty seven of which were from these languages of northern India. Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals collected by. About this Item: Notion Press, United States, Paperback. Condition: New.

Language: English. Brand new Book. Usually books on partition are sob stories, but not this one. 'Rising from the Ashes of Bengal's Partition' is an untold story of the journey of a child born around the time of partition, who battled many hurdles and aspired to lead a new life - like a Phoenix.

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This book throws new light on post-colonial evaluations of the Partition and its effect on eastern India. Until very recently, a striking state of 'near silence' has existed concerning the violence encountered by those who fled across the Bengal border. Bengal Partition Stories addresses this silence through the retelling of stories inspired by the division of Bengal, the mass exodus that.

Witness to Partition: A Memoir by B.R. Nanda Jagmohan Mahajan Time Out: Stories from Punjab edited by Jasjit Mansingh, Foreword by K.S. Duggal Malini Sood Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals edited by Debjani Sengupta Papiya Ghosh Debjani Sengupta is the author of The Partition of Bengal: Fragile Borders and New Identities (Cambridge University Press, ).

She has edited a volume of stories, Mapmaking: Partition Stories From Two Bengals ( rpt. ) and has co-edited another volume, Looking Back: The Partition of India 70 Years On (Orient Blackswan, ).

Mapmaking: Partition stories from two Bengals Author: Debjani Sengupta But the book is worth reading just to undertand the mass attack and deception tactics of the author has very clearly laid out the tactics practised by the Muslim league thugs in Lahore and surroundings,plus the conninvance of the so called "moderate" educated.

While Mapmaking subtly introduces the dominant players and coordinates which went into ’s partition of Bengal, none of the stories ponder the role played by the India-fleeing Bihari Muslim.

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Partition Stories from Two Bengals. by: Debjani Sengupta. Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals is a unique attempt to see how Partition has shaped th.

Through a rich trove of literary and other materials, the book lays bare how the Partition has been remembered or how it has been forgotten.

For the first time, hitherto untranslated archival materials and texts in Bangla have been put together to assess the impact of on the cultural memory of Bangla-speaking peoples and s: 1. Mapmaking Partition Stories From 2 Bengals Author: Debjani Sengupta ISBN: UOM Genre: Bengali fiction File Size: 87 MB Format: PDF, ePub, Mobi Download: Read: Get This Book.

Diaspora By Partition: A Map of the Biharis Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals, Srishti Publishers, New Delhi, in Biblio: A Review of Books, Vol. VII, Nos. 11 & 12, November-December She reviewed the books ' Mapmaking: Partition stories from Two Bengalsedited by Debjani Sengupta, Shadow lives: Writings on Widowhood edited by Uma Chakravarti and Preeti Gill and The Hindu Widow in Indian Literature by Rajul Sogani.

The Partition of the Indian Sub-continent, special issue of Interventions (): – Menon, Ritu and Kamala Bhasin. Borders and Boundaries: Women in India's Partition. Each National Football League team has a unique story. The My First NFL Book series introduces readers to the 32 NFL teams.

Each title explores an NFL team’s major records, stars, stadium, history, statistics and more. Her translations from Bangla have been published in the Oxford Anthology of Bengali Literature (OUP, vol.

2) and The Essential Tagore (Harvard University Press), among others. She is the editor of Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals ( rpt. Translator’s Endnotes. Debjani Sengupta is the author of ‘The Partition of Bengal: Fragile Borders and New Identities’ (CUP, ) and is the editor of ‘Mapmaking: Partition Stories From Two Bengals’ (Amaryllis, ).

*** For more stories, read Café Dissensus Everyday, the. experience of the partition, see Debjani Sengupta ed. Mapmaking: Partition Stories from Two Bengals, New Delhi: Srishti, and Niaz Zaman ed.

The Escape and Other Stories ofDhaka: The Univ. Press Ltd,as well as Zaman’s comparative analysis of novels about the partition, including novels from the East.This article looks at female level of resistance though the viewpoint of post-colonialism and feminism based on Khaled Hosseini’s novel, Thousand Splendid article concentrates on levels of resistance as a part of Afghan female's lifestyle against the gender oppression that are enforced on them through their lifestyle and culture, the objectives of their community and its standards.She has edited a volume of stories, Mapmaking: Partition Stories From Two Bengals ( rpt ) and co-edited Looking Back: The Partition of India 70 Years On (Orient Blackswan, ) and.