The Right Kind of Dog

The Right Kind of Dog

Adil Jussawalla Ahlawat Gunjan / Feb 20, 2020

The Right Kind of Dog These are beautiful subtle poems sometimes funny sometimes sad but always thought provoking They talk about the things that young people struggle with rejection learning to find their feet trying

  • Title: The Right Kind of Dog
  • Author: Adil Jussawalla Ahlawat Gunjan
  • ISBN: 9788192594859
  • Page: 155
  • Format: Hardcover
  • These are beautiful, subtle poems sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always thought provoking They talk about the things that young people struggle with rejection, learning to find their feet, trying to fit in and being forced to conform.Written in Adil Jussawalla s terse and sharp style, with stunning and suggestive illustrations by Gunjan Ahlawat, this is a book forThese are beautiful, subtle poems sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always thought provoking They talk about the things that young people struggle with rejection, learning to find their feet, trying to fit in and being forced to conform.Written in Adil Jussawalla s terse and sharp style, with stunning and suggestive illustrations by Gunjan Ahlawat, this is a book for those who value beauty in words and visuals.

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    About "Adil Jussawalla Ahlawat Gunjan"

      • Adil Jussawalla Ahlawat Gunjan

        Poet and critic Adil Jussawalla is an influential presence in Indian poetry in English He has written two books of poetry, Land s End 1962 and Missing Person 1976 , edited a seminal anthology of new writing from India 1974 and co edited an anthology of Indian prose in English 1977 He writes a complex poetry ironic, fragmented, non linear, formally strenuous that evokes and indicts a dehumanised, spiritually sterile landscape, ravaged by contradiction, suspended in a perpetual state of catastrophe.Jussawalla was born in Mumbai, and spent most of the years between 1957 and 1970 in England where he studied to be an architect, wrote plays, read English at Oxford and taught English at a language school Returning to Mumbai, he taught English at St Xavier s College between 1972 and 1975 An Honorary Fellow at the International Writing Program in Iowa in 1977, Jussawalla has participated in several international conferences and festivals.


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    1. This gave me a good giggle:VISITING RELATIVES The Limca's tepid,the servants stare,my mother keeps blowing her nose.Enter uncle and uncle,wingless and blindfor lack of sunlight.They go bzz bzzagainst curtains,against portraits,against mirrorsz bzzwhile a ceiling fan whirsbzz bzz bzz bzzabove them.How do they do it?


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