Alamgir Hashmi


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Alamgir Hashmi


One fine autumn day in mid-1990s, writers Alamgir Hashmi and Vaclav Havel lectured at the Stanford campus, while Joan Baez tuned up the same language for instruments of music. Here on that day, now as it seems long ago, were three unique voices of our times that captured a special moment for all of us. Well-known as they all are, in the public shared space, the first of these twentieth-century makers could as well be called a hermit. This page, torn out of the great book of oblivious time, therefore, is devoted to the work of Alamgir Hashmi—how it continues to resonate with our awareness of world letters, indeed our learning and joy.

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