Partition’s incomplete stories
3 March 2014
Vishwajyoti Ghosh curates a collection of graphic narratives that capture the layered history of Partition.
“Come to the house. Not the theatre,” he said on the phone. It was 1994. My granduncle, Inder Dass, and I had a regular lunch date at the Little Theatre near Mandi House in New Delhi. Why, I asked? It took some time for him to admit this to me, but he had become addicted to Oprah’s show. It ran around lunchtime. “She makes people say things I don’t allow myself to think,” he said once in a moment of weakness…
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