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From: Twentieth Century Literature[(interview date 14 August 1984) In the following interview conducted on August 14, 1984, Ghose describes the reasons for writing each of his novels, discusses authors and works that have influenced his writing, explains...
From: Review of Contemporary Fiction[(essay date summer 1989) In the following essay, Rahman examines the importance of Ghose's writing to Pakistani and Indian literature in English, paying special attention to Ghose's poetry and his novel The Murder of...
From: Structures of Negation: The Writings of Zulfikar Ghose[(essay date 1993) In the following excerpt, Kanaganayakam studies the changes in content, tone, style, and form in Ghose's poetry from his earlier poems to more recent endeavors. Kanaganayakam notes Ghose's growing...
From: World Literature Today[(review date winter 1992) In the following review, Hashmi traces the themes of displacement and exile in Ghose's poetry from his earliest works to his previously unpublished and newer poems collected in Selected Poems.]...
From: Review of Contemporary Fiction[(essay date summer 1989) In the following essay, Harris analyzes Ghose's poems and studies his use of nature as a metaphor for his inner turmoil and displacement.] I attempted an analysis of Zulfikar Ghose's poems in...
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