By Dante Alighieri
This new serious variation, together with Mark Musa’s vintage translation, offers scholars with a transparent, readable verse translation followed by means of ten cutting edge interpretations of Dante’s masterpiece.
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I was so tiny,’ he recalled, ‘that I was made to stand on something so that people could see me. After I had finished, Iqbal patted me on the head with great affection. ’ Faiz has travelled a great deal in recent years and though he briefly made Beirut his home, he never thought twice about not returning to Pakistan. To him, Pakistan has always been the place where he belongs and which is home. In 1980 he was offered a succession of appointments of great prestige in India, including a visiting professorship at the Jawaharlal Nehru University in Delhi.
He recently retired' from BBC’s Asian Television Programme unit in Birm ingham which he joined when it started. Lives in London—and Birmingham. FAIZ: A PERSONAL MEMOIR 35 29. Famous Pakistan stage and screen actor and television producer who now does a weekly programme on British television from Birmingham for Third World viewers. Married to the talented classical dancer from Pakistan, Naheed Siddiqui. 30. Perhaps one of the greatest of modem Urdu poets in the classical mould. 31. Urdu poet and broadcaster from Lahore.