Resisting the resistible: re-writing myths of partition in the works of Ritwik Ghatak

@article{Raychaudhuri2009ResistingTR,
  title={Resisting the resistible: re-writing myths of partition in the works of Ritwik Ghatak},
  author={Anindya Raychaudhuri},
  journal={Social Semiotics},
  year={2009},
  volume={19},
  pages={469 - 481}
}
For all of the individual, collective and national trauma caused by the Indian Partition, perhaps the most significant legacy has been the way the two new nations of India and Pakistan have written the (hi)stories of Partition to serve contemporary political needs. Both countries have a huge amount of investment in their versions of the past, and public dissemination of knowledge of the past amply demonstrates this. This article will examine the way Partition has featured in the work of Bengali… 
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