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Maniza Naqvi

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Naqvi, Maniza

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Naqvi, Maniza

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Maniza Naqvi

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About this Item: IndiaInk/Roli Books, New Delhi, India. Softcover. Condition: New. Blue Dust is an emotional, philosophical and cultural journey that maps the relationships, dreams, hopes and fears of three generations of a family in Pakistan and the Middle East. The central character is a highly volatile and loving girl/woman who struggles largely with her own insecurities in her relationships with her father, husband and sister and the world she is born into (from a social and religious point of view ultimately blurring her sense of identity). A significant thread of the narrative is the impact her relationship with her sister has on her life and personality - and the strength of that bond is one of the most enduring forces. Her daughter also plays a pivotal role in encapsulating the emotional mood and tone of the book- particularly in exploring dichotomies of reality and perception - and the power of memory and dreams in articulating how these people respond to the events of their lives.Through the story of this family the author also explores issues in Pakistan relevant to class, religious and social distinctions and the barriers caused by these, and a society which perpetuates and at the same time ignores issues of paedophilia and sexual repression. Blue Dust is a misty, dream-like, touching but often bloody portrayal of intensely self reflexive dramas of these individual people but relevant to the wider issues and concerns of Pakistani society as well.'A narrative of passionate characters and many strands, skillfully woven together in this engaging debut novel. Blue Dust is a surreal, poetic and complex work that handles difficult issues with courage.' Bapsi Sidhwa'With her poetic debut novel, Blue Dust, unfolds love's many moods. Ayesha Salman joins the list of exciting new novelists from Pakistan.' Maniza Naqvi Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 108479

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Maniza Naqvi

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Ayesha Salman

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About this Item: IndiaInk/Roli Books, 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. Blue Dust is an emotional, philosophical and cultural journey that maps the relationships, dreams, hopes and fears of three generations of a family in Pakistan and the Middle East. The central character is a highly volatile and loving girl/woman who struggles largely with her own insecurities in her relationships with her father, husband and sister and the world she is born into (from a social and religious point of view ultimately blurring her sense of identity). A significant thread of the narrative is the impact her relationship with her sister has on her life and personality - and the strength of that bond is one of the most enduring forces. Her daughter also plays a pivotal role in encapsulating the emotional mood and tone of the book- particularly in exploring dichotomies of reality and perception - and the power of memory and dreams in articulating how these people respond to the events of their lives. Through the story of this family the author also explores issues in Pakistan relevant to class, religious and social distinctions and the barriers caused by these, and a society which perpetuates and at the same time ignores issues of paedophilia and sexual repression. Blue Dust is a misty, dream-like, touching but often bloody portrayal of intensely self reflexive dramas of these individual people but relevant to the wider issues and concerns of Pakistani society as well. `A narrative of passionate characters and many strands, skillfully woven together in this engaging debut novel. Blue Dust is a surreal, poetic and complex work that handles difficult issues with courage.` Bapsi Sidhwa `With her poetic debut novel, Blue Dust, unfolds love`s many moods. Ayesha Salman joins the list of exciting new novelists from Pakistan.` Maniza Naqvi Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 45587

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Naqvi, Maniza

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Naqvi Maniza

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Maniza Naqvi

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Naqvi Maniza

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Ayesha Salman

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About this Item: IndiaInk/Roli Books, 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. Blue Dust is an emotional, philosophical and cultural journey that maps the relationships, dreams, hopes and fears of three generations of a family in Pakistan and the Middle East. The central character is a highly volatile and loving girl/woman who struggles largely with her own insecurities in her relationships with her father, husband and sister and the world she is born into (from a social and religious point of view ultimately blurring her sense of identity). A significant thread of the narrative is the impact her relationship with her sister has on her life and personality - and the strength of that bond is one of the most enduring forces. Her daughter also plays a pivotal role in encapsulating the emotional mood and tone of the book- particularly in exploring dichotomies of reality and perception - and the power of memory and dreams in articulating how these people respond to the events of their lives. Through the story of this family the author also explores issues in Pakistan relevant to class, religious and social distinctions and the barriers caused by these, and a society which perpetuates and at the same time ignores issues of paedophilia and sexual repression. Blue Dust is a misty, dream-like, touching but often bloody portrayal of intensely self reflexive dramas of these individual people but relevant to the wider issues and concerns of Pakistani society as well. `A narrative of passionate characters and many strands, skillfully woven together in this engaging debut novel. Blue Dust is a surreal, poetic and complex work that handles difficult issues with courage.` Bapsi Sidhwa `With her poetic debut novel, Blue Dust, unfolds love`s many moods. Ayesha Salman joins the list of exciting new novelists from Pakistan.` Maniza Naqvi Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 45587

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Maniza Naqvi

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Maniza Naqvi

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Naqvi, Maniza

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Maniza Naqvi

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Maniza Naqvi

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ISBN 10: 9698784675 ISBN 13: 9789698784676

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About this Item: Sama Books, 2009. Hardcover. Condition: New. A haunting addition to contemporary fiction, this compelling work explores memory, reconstructed and recalled, as a burden of choices. Stay With Me is a disturbing story about the trauma of torture that agitates the reader into empathizing with the victim who moves in and out of consciousness. While disjointed memories of betrayal, torment, love and suffering can deceive and destroy, yet they can also save and anesthetize. It is as though this is a chronicle of our times, but one where the human spirit triumphs over tyranny, occupation and repression. Maniza Naqvi was born in Lahore, Pakistan. Her other novels include Mass Transit (OUP, 1998) and On Air (OUP, 2000). Reviews Converting tragedy into triumph, Maniza Naqvi’s novel is an aesthetic outburst that celebrates the spirit of survival. Amber Romasa Nagori Dawn 31 October 2004 This is a disturbing and intriguing story of torture and survival. The main character is a journalist who is initially invited by the establishment and then later tortured when she doesn’t conform to her hosts’ expectations. She finds the strength to face the ugliness and brutality of torture by recalling her past experiences. As she moves in and out of consciousness, her past life is reconstructed. The reader learns of her existence as a woman; her ideas, thoughts and feelings are captured as is the fleeting and complex nature of existence. Books & Authors Dawn 30 May 2004 Through broken sentences and scattered words, Maniza Naqvi brings alive the realities of state violence The book has come at an important time. Writers in other countries have long explored, articulated and lived through state sponsored violence, repression and torture Pakistan also needed someone to put a voice to this aspect we can only hope more writers will decide to tackle similar themes Naqvi has succeeded in creating a powerful work of fiction Mahim Maher Books etc The Friday Times 4-7 June 2004 A disturbing narrative with moments of poetic pain and intensity, the work is tinged with sadness, but love endures despite the trauma of the women in the novel Drifting in and out of consciousness, the protagonist walks the reader through disjointed memories of betrayal, torment, love and suffering, and the journey is not a pleasant one the overall traumatic nature of the novel leaves one feeling slightly bruised. Bilal Hamid Newsline June 2004 Another tour de force in Sama’s impressive list of accomplishments Jeeva Haroon She November 2006. Seller Inventory # 206

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Maniza Naqvi

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Ayesha Salman

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About this Item: IndiaInk/Roli Books, 2012. Softcover. Condition: New. Blue Dust is an emotional, philosophical and cultural journey that maps the relationships, dreams, hopes and fears of three generations of a family in Pakistan and the Middle East. The central character is a highly volatile and loving girl/woman who struggles largely with her own insecurities in her relationships with her father, husband and sister and the world she is born into (from a social and religious point of view ultimately blurring her sense of identity). A significant thread of the narrative is the impact her relationship with her sister has on her life and personality - and the strength of that bond is one of the most enduring forces. Her daughter also plays a pivotal role in encapsulating the emotional mood and tone of the book- particularly in exploring dichotomies of reality and perception - and the power of memory and dreams in articulating how these people respond to the events of their lives. Through the story of this family the author also explores issues in Pakistan relevant to class, religious and social distinctions and the barriers caused by these, and a society which perpetuates and at the same time ignores issues of paedophilia and sexual repression. Blue Dust is a misty, dream-like, touching but often bloody portrayal of intensely self reflexive dramas of these individual people but relevant to the wider issues and concerns of Pakistani society as well. `A narrative of passionate characters and many strands, skillfully woven together in this engaging debut novel. Blue Dust is a surreal, poetic and complex work that handles difficult issues with courage.` Bapsi Sidhwa `With her poetic debut novel, Blue Dust, unfolds love`s many moods. Ayesha Salman joins the list of exciting new novelists from Pakistan.` Maniza Naqvi Printed Pages: 216. Seller Inventory # 45587

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Maniza Naqvi

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Published by Feminist Press at The City University of New York, United States (2008)

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About this Item: Feminist Press at The City University of New York, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The only English-language anthology by Pakistani women published in the United States, And the World Changed goes beyond the sensational headlines to reveal the stories of Pakistani women. Immigrants and refugees, travelers and explorers, seasoned authors and fresh voices, the twenty-five writers in this volume are as dynamic and diverse as their stories. Sixty years have passed since the Partition of India, and it s clear that Pakistani writers have established their own literary tradition to record the stories of their communities. Famed novelist Bapsi Sidhwa portrays a Pakistani community in Houston, Texas, still struggling to heal from the horrors of Partition. In Uzma Aslam Khan s tale, a man working in a Karachi auto body shop falls in love with the magical woman painted on a bus cabin. Bushra Rehman introduces us to a Pakistani girl living in Corona, Queens, who becomes painfully aware of the tensions between established Italian immigrants and their new Pakistani neighbors. And during the anti-Muslim sentiment following 9/11, a young woman in newcomer Humera Afridi s story searches Manhattan s rubble-filled streets for a mosque. Filled with nostalgic memories of Pakistan, critical commentary about the world s current political climate, and inspirational hope for the future, the stories in And the World Changed weave an intricate, enlightening view of Pakistan, its relation to the West, and the women who travel between the two regions. Featuring: Talat Abbasi, Humera Afridi, Aamina Ahmad, Rukhsana Ahmad, Feryal Ali Gauhar, Sara Suleri Goodyear, Shahrukh Husain, Sabyn Javeri Jillani, Sonia Kamal, Fawzia Afzal Khan, Sorayya Khan, Uzma Aslam Khan, Maniza Naqvi, Tahira Naqvi, Nayyara Rahman, Hima Raza, Bushra Rehman, Fahmida Riaz, Roshni Rustomji, Sehba Sarwar, Bina Shah, Qaisra Shahraz, Kamila Shamsie, Muneeza Shamsie, and Bapsi Sidwa. Seller Inventory # AAT9781558615809

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Maniza Naqvi

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ISBN 10: 9698784659 ISBN 13: 9789698784652

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About this Item: Sama Books, 2009. Soft cover. Condition: New. Sarajevo Saturdays is a captivating collection of vignettes of everyday life in post-war Sarajevo. The book makes the reader experience life in the city, with its great and small joys, from an outsider’s perspective. It does not claim to speak for its citizens, but shares an intimate glimpse into their lives. The stories reflect the lives of those who face a deep crisis, the kind that those who are emerging from war need to confront. This makes the work valuable as a literary narration. Maniza Naqvi was born in Lahore, Pakistan. Her other novels include Mass Transit (OUP, 1998), Stay with Me (SAMA, 2004) and A Matter of Detail (SAMA, 2007). Reviews Sarajevo Saturdays reads like pages out of Naqvi’s journal Through her narratives, the reader is transported to another country, another time. And it is through her eyes that we connect the dots that show us the bigger picture—she compares Sarajevo to a social experiment which was then implemented in Iraq Although the location and the characters are specific to Sarajevo, the theme is universal for people who have experienced war first hand. Naqvi’s stories could easily be about the people in Iraq or Afghanistan, who too have suffered similar injustices. Newsline June 2009 A valuable literary narration.precious reading for everybody who wants a glimpse into Sarajevo and the lives of Sarajevans. Vojka Smiljanic-Djikic Sarajevo Saturdays is fine, simple and sublime. Ferida Durakovic. Seller Inventory # 205

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Maniza Naqvi

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Published by Feminist Press at The City University of New York, United States (2008)

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About this Item: Feminist Press at The City University of New York, United States, 2008. Paperback. Condition: New. Language: English . Brand New Book. The only English-language anthology by Pakistani women published in the United States, And the World Changed goes beyond the sensational headlines to reveal the stories of Pakistani women. Immigrants and refugees, travelers and explorers, seasoned authors and fresh voices, the twenty-five writers in this volume are as dynamic and diverse as their stories. Sixty years have passed since the Partition of India, and it s clear that Pakistani writers have established their own literary tradition to record the stories of their communities. Famed novelist Bapsi Sidhwa portrays a Pakistani community in Houston, Texas, still struggling to heal from the horrors of Partition. In Uzma Aslam Khan s tale, a man working in a Karachi auto body shop falls in love with the magical woman painted on a bus cabin. Bushra Rehman introduces us to a Pakistani girl living in Corona, Queens, who becomes painfully aware of the tensions between established Italian immigrants and their new Pakistani neighbors. And during the anti-Muslim sentiment following 9/11, a young woman in newcomer Humera Afridi s story searches Manhattan s rubble-filled streets for a mosque. Filled with nostalgic memories of Pakistan, critical commentary about the world s current political climate, and inspirational hope for the future, the stories in And the World Changed weave an intricate, enlightening view of Pakistan, its relation to the West, and the women who travel between the two regions. Featuring: Talat Abbasi, Humera Afridi, Aamina Ahmad, Rukhsana Ahmad, Feryal Ali Gauhar, Sara Suleri Goodyear, Shahrukh Husain, Sabyn Javeri Jillani, Sonia Kamal, Fawzia Afzal Khan, Sorayya Khan, Uzma Aslam Khan, Maniza Naqvi, Tahira Naqvi, Nayyara Rahman, Hima Raza, Bushra Rehman, Fahmida Riaz, Roshni Rustomji, Sehba Sarwar, Bina Shah, Qaisra Shahraz, Kamila Shamsie, Muneeza Shamsie, and Bapsi Sidwa. Seller Inventory # AAT9781558615809

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