Stories for: Madeline Amelia Clements

REVIEW: The Pity of Partition by Ayesha Jalal

Jalal’s methodological intention is to point to the validity of mining realist fiction for historical insights

A century of war, 1914-2014: The language of war

Owen Sheers’ *Pink Mist* seems to evoke a millenia of war poetry.

Review: The language of war

Sheers' Pink Mist seems to evoke a millenia of war poetry

REVIEW: The Sea of Innocence by Kishwar Desai

The Sea of Innocence is dedicated to Jyoti Singh, the Delhi rape victim, brutally assaulted on a public bus

COVER STORY: Imagining Pakistan in fiction

Cara Cilano returns her readers’ attentions to the national implications of Pakistani English narratives ...

Opinion

The world around us

Loudness and clarity

The Pakhtun question

Missing trade unions

Editorial

For economic stability

Ulema’s call

Who’ll drive out the pests?

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