By Thomas Riggs
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From the contents of The Country without a Post Ofﬁce, Ali could be taken to be the national poet of a future independent Kashmir. He would probably deny a nationalistic intent, however, CONTEMPORARY POETS, 7th EDITION ALVAREZ and claim to be a humanist concerned with universal justice, which explains his references to Sarajevo, Armenia, and even a Norwegian hostage killed by Kashmiri militants. The poems, each in a different form, offer a loose narrative with repeating images and phrases. The prose poem ‘‘The Blesséd Word: A Prologue’’ imagines a time when Kashmir will be free.
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Contemporary Poets by Thomas Riggs