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1984: In Memory and Imagination – Personal Essays and Stories on the 1984 Anti-Sikh Riots Paperback – 21 Nov 2016
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Vikram Kapur is the author of two novels. His short fiction and nonfiction have been published in various Indian and international publications. His short stories have been shortlisted in several international competitions including, among others, the Commonwealth Short Story Prize and the Fish International Short Story Prize. Currently, he is Associate Professor of English at Shiv Nadar University. The name of contributors are: Hartosh Singh Bal, Kirpal Singh Dhillon, Ajeet Cour, Humra Quraishi, Preeti Gill, Rana Chhina and Rizio Yohanan Raj, NS Madhavan, Jaspreet Singh, Mridula Garg, Pratyaksha, Vikram Kapur, Harish Narang and Aditya Sharma.
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Now, after reading the book, I can imagine what really happened. The incidents related in personnel essays really pinched my mind and shook me mentally. Short fictions by master story tellers have spectacularly brought out the anguish of innocents who suffered for no fault of theirs and islands of humanity that existed in turbulent seas of cruelty.