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Aamer Hussein

Linguistic migrations

On writers who manage to escape exoticism and stereotypes while working in an idiom entirely alien to the setting, Published Jun 12, 2016 07:38am

Forgotten stories

The past, with its secrets, myths and legends, was woven into Mrs Abdul Qadir’s tales of horror and mystery Updated Mar 13, 2016 07:05am

COLUMN: The realist

On the brilliant Bangladeshi writer Rizia Rahman Published Sep 25, 2015 02:10am

Rereading Abdullah Hussein

On what makes the author such a master storyteller and a literary icon Published Jul 26, 2015 07:15am

COLUMN: Little jugs and Urdu tales

The bewitching world of Urdu literature for children, often missed out on by those for whom it is written Published May 31, 2015 06:46am

COLUMN: Making hay in Dhaka

AS December days become shorter and darker, I find it hard to believe that just four weeks ago at this time I was on... Published Dec 21, 2014 06:46am

COLUMN: How does your mind grow?

THIS morning, when my mobile phone kept flashing and pinging, I found that I was being sent updates from one of ... Published Sep 15, 2014 01:58pm

COLUMN: Parisian bridges

Early one morning, just over a fortnight ago, I took a train to Paris. It was 33 years since I’d last been there,... Published Jul 06, 2014 07:12am

COLUMN: Forgotten literary past

Last year, when I took up a non-stipendiary research fellowship at the School of Oriental and African Studies, I had... Published Dec 29, 2013 08:10am