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Bread, Cement, Cactus

A Memoir of Belonging and Dislocation

In this prize-winning exploration of the meaning of home, Annie Zaidi reflects on places, cultures and conflicts that shape identity. Les mer
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In this prize-winning exploration of the meaning of home, Annie Zaidi reflects on places, cultures and conflicts that shape identity.

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Innholdsfortegnelse

Acknowledgements; 1. Survivors Shall be Prosecuted; 2. Gur, Imarti, Goons; 3. Listening to Mother; 4. The Wandering Brother; 5. Passport to Irrecoverable Places; 6. Mixed Blood; 7. Outsiders at Home; 8. Grave Politics; 9. Place Like Home; Select Bibliography.

Om forfatteren

Annie Zaidi is a freelance journalist and scriptwriter based in Mumbai, India, and was named by Elle magazine as one of the emerging South Asian writers 'whose writing ... will enrich South Asian literature'. Her first novel, Prelude to a Riot was published in 2019. Other books include Known Turf: Bantering with Bandits and Other True Tales, a collection of essays based on her experiences as a reporter, which was shortlisted for the Crossword Book Award in 2010, and Love Stories # 1 to 14, a collection of short fiction published in 2012. She also edited the anthology Unbound: 2,000 Years of Indian Women's Writing, published in 2015.