Agha Shahid Ali's India: A Memory of Musk, the Rebel Face of Hope

By Syamala Kallury and Anjana Neira Dev.

Published by The Humanities Collection

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This paper looks at the use made by the poet of cultural tropes and symbols to articulate his sense of being and belonging in the context of the Indian nation.

Keywords: Indian English Poetry

International Journal of the Humanities, Volume 4, Issue 5, pp.1-10. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.828MB).

Dr. Syamala Kallury

I am a teacher of English in an educational institution that trains young men and women to become engineers. In addition to working in an inter-disciplinary department, my life's mission is also to bring the best of Telugu literature to a wider audience of readers and towards this end I have translated both poetry and fiction into English. I am also engaged in inculcating a love for their mother tongue, by encouraging them to read its literature, among my students.

Dr. Anjana Neira Dev

I teach in an undergraduate women's college and my areas of interest include literature and language as well as the pedagogy of teaching English especially to those for whom it is a second language. Having done my doctorate from the Dept. of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIT Delhi; my orientation to teaching is an inter-disciplinary one and I have a great interest in interacting with fellow academics from across the Humanities and Social Sciences.

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