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Nadeem Farooq Paracha
ISBN # : 9789694026220
Publisher: Vanguard Books
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Parachas essays are constructed around closely felt personal encounters; and in being so, they nudge the reader (wherever she may be) to look around with keener eye and ear to find the imprints of history and diverse influences in everyday conversations, in the music and food around, in the life stories of stray acquaintances. It is, in sum, a riveting introduction to Pakistan. - Mini Kapoor, The Hindu

Layered and powerful, Parachas writing takes you beyond ... the usual cliches, to present, a nuanced picture of a complex nation caught.... between the modernist impulse and the theocratic one - Manjula Narayan, Hindustan Times.



The Author:

NADEEM FAROOQ PARACHA is a well-known cultural critic, historian and columnist, He is associated with Pakistan's largest English language daily, Dawn, and also the author of four best-selling hooks on the social history' of Pakistan: End of the Past, The Pakistan Anti-Hem, Muslim Modernism: A Case for Naya Pakistan and Points of Entry: Encounters at the Origin Sites of Pakistan.

In 2018, he was accepted as a Research Scholar by the International Forum for Democratic Studies in Washington, D.C. He also heads the ideation department at Adcom Leo Burnett.

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