The Displaced Children of Displaced Children
In a family history that journeys between America, Pakistan, modern Europe, and even into space, Faisal Mohyuddin delves into the past of his parents and their neighbours in Pakistan and India in a self-consciously impossible attempt to find some way of belonging to a place that is lost. Moving from elegant ghazals of lament to stuttering, disjointed phrases of yearning, Mohyuddin portrays what it is to be displaced, geographically, spiritually, and psychologically. This is a story recognizable to any who have felt displaced in a new world.
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