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Returning to the Sundarbans

Amitav Ghosh speaks to Kartika Budhwar about the Sundarbans & climate change and its relationship with literature.
VOL. 1
INTERVIEW

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28 Oct 2020
Interview
Climate Change
Interview
Climate Change
Bay of Bengal
Sundarbans
Commonwealth Literature
Climate Change and Literature
Cyclone Amphan
Evictions
Migrant Workers
Energy Crisis
Geography
Mythology
Working-Class Stories
Humanitarian Crisis
Language
Epistemology
Gopinath Mohanty
Failure of the Avant-Garde
Debjani Bhattacharyya
Modernism

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During COVID lockdowns, nobody seems to have considered the fate of migrant workers who were stranded in cities. Many were so desperate they started walking home. And right then, Cyclone Amphan started in the Bay of Bengal. All these catastrophes intersect disastrously.

RECOMMENDED: The Nutmeg's Curse: Parables for a Planet in Crisis (Penguin Allen Lane, 2021) by Amitav Ghosh.

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