Fireflies in the Mist

Fireflies in the Mist

Qurratulain Hyder / Sep 19, 2019

Fireflies in the Mist Championed by Salman Rushdie in The New Yorker Qurratulain Hyder is one of the must reads of Indian literature Fireflies in the Mist is Hyder s capstone to her astonishing River of Fire which was ha

  • Title: Fireflies in the Mist
  • Author: Qurratulain Hyder
  • ISBN: 9780811218658
  • Page: 150
  • Format: Paperback
  • Championed by Salman Rushdie in The New Yorker, Qurratulain Hyder is one of the must reads of Indian literature Fireflies in the Mist is Hyder s capstone to her astonishing River of Fire, which was hailed by The New York Review of Books as magisterial with a technical resourcefulness rarely seen before in Urdu fiction Fireflies follows the creation of modern day BanglChampioned by Salman Rushdie in The New Yorker, Qurratulain Hyder is one of the must reads of Indian literature Fireflies in the Mist is Hyder s capstone to her astonishing River of Fire, which was hailed by The New York Review of Books as magisterial with a technical resourcefulness rarely seen before in Urdu fiction Fireflies follows the creation of modern day Bangladesh from Indian province, to Partition, to the emergence of statehood as told through the impassioned voice of Deepali Sarkar and others around her who live through the turbulence Hyder perceptively and majestically follows the trajectory of Sarkar s life from her secluded upbringing in Dhaka to becoming a socialist rebel and to her ultimate transformation as a diasporic Bengali cosmopolitan in the way that many of yesterday s revolutionaries are slowly but surely ensnared within a net of class and luxury dangled in front of them.

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      • Qurratulain Hyder

        Qurratulain Hyder was an influential Indian Urdu novelist and short story writer, an academic, and a journalist One of the most outstanding literary names in Urdu literature, she is best known for her magnum opus, Aag Ka Darya River of Fire , a novel first published in Urdu in 1959 from Lahore, Pakistan, that stretches from the 4th century BC to post partition of India Popularly known as Ainee Apa among her friends and admirers, she was the daughter of writer and a pioneer of Urdu short story writing Sajjad Haidar Yildarim 1880 1943 Her mother, Nazar Zahra, who wrote at first as Bint i Nazrul Baqar and later as Nazar Sajjad Hyder 1894 1967 , was also a novelist and protegee of Muhammadi Begam and her husband Syed Mumtaz Ali, who published her first novel.She received the 1967 Sahitya Akademi Award in Urdu for Patjhar Ki Awaz Short stories , 1989 Jnanpith Award for Akhir e Shab Ke Humsafar, and the highest award of the Sahitya Akademi, India s National Academy of Letters, the Sahitya Akademi Fellowship in 1994 She also received the Padma Bhushan from the Government of India in 2005.


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    1. A novel of grand historical sweep by the writer widely viewed as the greatest Urdu author of the 20'th century. Hyder translated her own book, so it doesn't read like a translation. While it deals with the transition of India from British colony to bifurcated Hindu/Muslim nation, it focuses on a group of Muslim women whose lives are intertwined in a way that makes their stories personal, so you care about the people more than the politics. Each has a different fate when India gains independence [...]


    2. Extremely absorbing. I found it difficult to begin, but as I became more accustomed to the Bengali Urdu as well as Hindu and Muslim vocabulary, character names, place names, and honorifics used throughout, the dramatic saga started to work its magic on me. This book in fact caused me to miss an evening at the theater (not paying attention to my stop on the U-Bahn) and to take a completely wrong train on the way back from a meeting, even though tourists asked me which train it was. I cheerfully r [...]



    3. The book follows the indian independence movement from about 1920 to about the 70's or even 80's. A final group of chapters gives the epilogue for the three friends and some of those in heavy contact with them after all was said and done. Particularly noticeable was how all agreed that the young revolutionaries who survive turn into the more conservative of the next generation with age. The characters are so well done, the conversations allow the reader to know all the opinions feeding into the [...]


    4. I read this book mainly for a literary criticism that I have to complete for my course. So I both had and didn't have high expectations for this book. So for me the book was good and okay. I liked the use of language in the book and it was interesting but in the end I got annoyed with the characters and the book just became really depressing. But then again this book reflects real life and usually I read books to get away from real life. But then again I have read books that reflect real life an [...]


    5. I have a feeling this novel lost a lot in its translation from Urdu. It isn’t easy for Westerners to follow, with the many variations on each name, and the many classical Indian references. It could use a glossary. Yet if you stick with it to the end, you get into its rhythm and feel its power. It follows a group of young woman and men from the days of British rule, through the Partition of India and the creation of Bangladesh. It explores the revolutionary impulse, as well as the ways revolut [...]


    6. I had a very hard time getting into this book. I lack a cultural/historical/religious background that would have provided a frame of reference. I constantly had to look up a map or an event or a word. Eventually I made myself just go with the story and not worry about understanding everything. Then I enjoyed it. Unfortunately I didn't really like the way it ended. The style changed, as well as the tone.


    7. Wow. I have been struggling through this book for months (longer than September of 2011). What a challenge. What a read. It was very hard to understand the culture, the different nicknames people are called, all kinds of little things. If you read it, plan to start slowly, make a vocabulary list, as well as a character list, and keep track of everyone. I hope I read it again sometime, but as I have had it out of the library for 9 months, I figure someone else should stumble across it.


    8. I did like this book, but there was just so much in the history and culture that the writer talked about that I felt like I was just skimming the book. Too busy right now to fill in the gaps in my knowledge, so I had to put this down.


    9. A good read for anyone who is interested in India's history from a different perspective. there are times this book feels like a history book. Though this is a translated version, you could feel the poetry.


    10. I enjoyed this book, but it took quite a while for me to really get into it. I considered abandoning it several times, but I persevered, and am glad that I did. It was a difficult read, but the story was interesting.









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