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Continuity of Madness, the Border, and Partition of India

The Psychological Impact of the Partition of India edited by Sanjeev Jain and Alok Sarin, New Delhi: Sage Publications, pp 260, ₹850 (hardbound).

But once in Lahore, now Pakistan, Manto was inconsolable. Despite my best efforts, he writes, I could not dissociate India from Pakistan and Pakistan from India. (Sethi 2012)

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Published On : 20th Jan, 2024

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