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When Histories Collide

April 5, 2013

Indian-Pakistani author Aatish Taseer: "[History] is, in fact, like a currency, which is good only as far as people recognize its worth. ... Not only were there stories other than our own, but there were stories more powerful than our own ... One story could swallow another, it could supersede it; and this experience, no matter how it occurred, was fraught with anxiety." The Atlantic 04/02/13

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