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Women from the Archives: Pakistani Writer Bapsi Sidhwa.

Pakistani writer Bapsi Sidhwa. Her novel Cracking India, tells the story of the Partition of India through the eyes of an eight-year-old girl named Lenny. Sidhwa has written other novels as well, The Bride, and Ice-Candy-Man, both stories are told through female characters. (REBROADCAST originally aired 10/29/91)


Other segments from the episode on September 8, 1995

Fresh Air with Terry Gross, September 8, 1995: Interview with Sattareh Farman-Farmaian; Interview with Bapsi Sidhwa; Interview with Mary Pipher; Review of the film "To Wong Foo, Thanks for Everything…


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