27. 05. 2012
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Accidental Insights Into Reading

Manash Bhattacharjee The new Seminar issue, ‘A Country of Our Own’ (April 2012), became an interesting prospect when I saw Nauman Naqvi’s name among the contributors. I started reading his essay the night...

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26. 05. 2012
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Fairly Directly to Death

Prasanta Chakravarty Stanley Cavell’s magisterial memoir Little Did I Know, Excerpts from Memory (Stanford University Press, 2010) begins by telling us that his will be a story of the detours on the human...

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10. 05. 2012
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Sheesha Ghat

Naiyar Masud [HUG is grateful to author Anil Menon  for providing us with this version of the story]             Sad mauj raa ze raftan-e khud muztrib kunad Mauje keh bar-kinaar...

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05. 05. 2012
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In Defense of Poetry

Marjorie Perloff One of the most common genres in writing about academia today is the epitaph for the humanities. In a recent issue of the Chronicle of Higher Education, Robert Weisbuch–an English professor at...

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