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Imaging the Other captures the fragile trajectories of the experiences of men and women. On this side you have seven unforgettable stories by writers Asha Bage, Binapani Mohanty, Githa Hariharan, Indira Goswami, Lakshmi Kannan, Mannu Bhandari and Phul Goswami, who turn their intuitive talent to create striking men protagonists. Their stories prove that good writers, men or women, experience intensely and reveal, each in their own fashion, a compelling human spirit. Flip over and give yourself a happy surprise - discover the "other half" of this two-in-one anthology.

 

About The Editors

First section is edited by Sara Rai. She lives in Allahabad and manages the Munshi Premchand Memorial School alongside writing and translation activities. She has edited an anthology of translations, The Golden Waist Chain and Other Stories. She received the award in the Urdu section of the first All India Translation Contest in 1994, organized by Katha in association with the British Council Division.

Second section is edited by GJV Prasad. He is a novelist, poet, critic and translator. He discusses literature and life at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He has published a novel, A Clean Breast, and a collection of poems, In Delhi Without a Visa. He has won the Katha Award as a co-translator in the Tamil section in 1997.

 

Contents

 

     
 
Section 1
 
  THE STOVE 7
  (by Premendra Mitra)  
  (translated by Kalyani Dutta)  
  THERESA'S MAN 17
  (by Damodar Mauzo)  
  (translated by Augusto Pinto)  
  KELA 27
  (by Intizar Husain)  
  (translated by Moazzam Sheikh)  
  DEVI 33
  (by P Lankesh)  
  (translated by Vanamala Viswanatha and Sherry Simon)  
  WAITING 41
  (by Jaishankar)  
  (translated by Sara Rai)  
  FINELY CHOPPED DILL 51
  (by Cyrus Mistry)  
  MANJULA 65
  (by Arvind Gokhale)  
  (translated by Charusheela Sohoni)  
  GANJIFA 77
  (by Naiyer Masud)  
  (translated by Mehr Afshan Faruqi)  
  NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS  
 
Section 2
 
  SUNSET AT NOON 7
  (by Phul Goswami)  
  (translated by Nandana Dutra)  
  SALT 15
  (by Mannu Bhandari)  
  (translated by Rana Nayar )  
  MARWA 27
  (by Asha Bage)  
  (translated by Keerti Ramachandra)  
  PLEASE DEAR GOD 43
  (by Lakshmi Kannan)  
  (translated by the author)  
  THE OFFSPRING 55
  (by Indira Goswami)  
  (translated by the author)  
  THE DEAR ONES 73
  (by Binapani Mohanty)  
  (translated by Jatindra Kumar Nayak)  
  RETROSPECTIVE 93
  (by Githa Hariharan)  
  NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS  

 

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Imaging The Others (Stories by Man and Woman)

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2001
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Imaging the Other captures the fragile trajectories of the experiences of men and women. On this side you have seven unforgettable stories by writers Asha Bage, Binapani Mohanty, Githa Hariharan, Indira Goswami, Lakshmi Kannan, Mannu Bhandari and Phul Goswami, who turn their intuitive talent to create striking men protagonists. Their stories prove that good writers, men or women, experience intensely and reveal, each in their own fashion, a compelling human spirit. Flip over and give yourself a happy surprise - discover the "other half" of this two-in-one anthology.

 

About The Editors

First section is edited by Sara Rai. She lives in Allahabad and manages the Munshi Premchand Memorial School alongside writing and translation activities. She has edited an anthology of translations, The Golden Waist Chain and Other Stories. She received the award in the Urdu section of the first All India Translation Contest in 1994, organized by Katha in association with the British Council Division.

Second section is edited by GJV Prasad. He is a novelist, poet, critic and translator. He discusses literature and life at Jawaharlal Nehru University, New Delhi. He has published a novel, A Clean Breast, and a collection of poems, In Delhi Without a Visa. He has won the Katha Award as a co-translator in the Tamil section in 1997.

 

Contents

 

     
 
Section 1
 
  THE STOVE 7
  (by Premendra Mitra)  
  (translated by Kalyani Dutta)  
  THERESA'S MAN 17
  (by Damodar Mauzo)  
  (translated by Augusto Pinto)  
  KELA 27
  (by Intizar Husain)  
  (translated by Moazzam Sheikh)  
  DEVI 33
  (by P Lankesh)  
  (translated by Vanamala Viswanatha and Sherry Simon)  
  WAITING 41
  (by Jaishankar)  
  (translated by Sara Rai)  
  FINELY CHOPPED DILL 51
  (by Cyrus Mistry)  
  MANJULA 65
  (by Arvind Gokhale)  
  (translated by Charusheela Sohoni)  
  GANJIFA 77
  (by Naiyer Masud)  
  (translated by Mehr Afshan Faruqi)  
  NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS  
 
Section 2
 
  SUNSET AT NOON 7
  (by Phul Goswami)  
  (translated by Nandana Dutra)  
  SALT 15
  (by Mannu Bhandari)  
  (translated by Rana Nayar )  
  MARWA 27
  (by Asha Bage)  
  (translated by Keerti Ramachandra)  
  PLEASE DEAR GOD 43
  (by Lakshmi Kannan)  
  (translated by the author)  
  THE OFFSPRING 55
  (by Indira Goswami)  
  (translated by the author)  
  THE DEAR ONES 73
  (by Binapani Mohanty)  
  (translated by Jatindra Kumar Nayak)  
  RETROSPECTIVE 93
  (by Githa Hariharan)  
  NOTES ON CONTRIBUTORS  

 

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