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Bringing together short stories that have Muslims and intercommunity relationships in the Indian subcontinent as their subject, this anthology includes India's most sensitive and thought-provoking writers from across various Indian languages and eras: from the prolific and compassionate Saratchandra to the social realist Prem Chand; from the bold and controversial Ismat Chughtai to contemporary writers like Shama Futehally. Including a variety of writers with distinctive styles, all of whom are widely read and have made significant contributions, this collection is an important work both in terms of literary value and also as a social document.
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