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[Read] ➮ dream / arteries By Phinder Dulai – Anglo-saxon.co The Japanese steamship Komagata Maru set sail for Canada with 376 Sikh Muslim and Hindu migrants travelling from Punjab India They were refused entry at Vancouver even though all passengers were BritiThe Japanese steamship Komagata Maru set sail for Canada with 376 Sikh Muslim and Hindu migrants travelling from Punjab India They were refused entry at Vancouver even though all passengers were British subjects The Komagata Maru sat moored in Vancouvers harbour for two months while courts decided the passengers right to access and while the citys white citizens lined the pier taunting those onboard Eventually Canadas racist exclusion laws were upheld and the ship was forced to return to India In his third poetry collection dreamarteries Phinder Dulai connects these 376 passengers with other New World settler migrants who travelled on the same ship throughout its thirty six year history including to ports of call in Hong Kong Japan India Turkey Halifax Montreal and Ellis Island By drawing on ship records nautical maps passenger manifests and the rich detailed record of the Komagata Maru Dulai demonstrates how the 1914 incident encapsulates a broader narrative of migration throughout the New World Dulais hybrid poetics fuse historical fact with the fictive He interweaves words of loss and silence with the cacophonous sound bites of TV news culture war coverage and the manifestations of contemporary ennui Framing the I in the provisional realm of the observer and subjectless space Dulai draws out the poetic line to explore hope possibility and regeneration.

dream ebok arteries pdf dream / download dream / arteries MOBIThe Japanese steamship Komagata Maru set sail for Canada with 376 Sikh Muslim and Hindu migrants travelling from Punjab India They were refused entry at Vancouver even though all passengers were British subjects The Komagata Maru sat moored in Vancouvers harbour for two months while courts decided the passengers right to access and while the citys white citizens lined the pier taunting those onboard Eventually Canadas racist exclusion laws were upheld and the ship was forced to return to India In his third poetry collection dreamarteries Phinder Dulai connects these 376 passengers with other New World settler migrants who travelled on the same ship throughout its thirty six year history including to ports of call in Hong Kong Japan India Turkey Halifax Montreal and Ellis Island By drawing on ship records nautical maps passenger manifests and the rich detailed record of the Komagata Maru Dulai demonstrates how the 1914 incident encapsulates a broader narrative of migration throughout the New World Dulais hybrid poetics fuse historical fact with the fictive He interweaves words of loss and silence with the cacophonous sound bites of TV news culture war coverage and the manifestations of contemporary ennui Framing the I in the provisional realm of the observer and subjectless space Dulai draws out the poetic line to explore hope possibility and regeneration.


The Japanese steamship Komagata Maru set sail for Canada with 376 Sikh Muslim and Hindu migrants travelling from Punjab India They were refused entry at Vancouver even though all passengers were British subjects The Komagata Maru sat moored in Vancouvers harbour for two months while courts decided the passengers right to access and while the citys white citizens lined the pier taunting those onboard Eventually Canadas racist exclusion laws were upheld and the ship was forced to return to India In his third poetry collection dreamarteries Phinder Dulai connects these 376 passengers with other New World settler migrants who travelled on the same ship throughout its thirty six year history including to ports of call in Hong Kong Japan India Turkey Halifax Montreal and Ellis Island By drawing on ship records nautical maps passenger manifests and the rich detailed record of the Komagata Maru Dulai demonstrates how the 1914 incident encapsulates a broader narrative of migration throughout the New World Dulais hybrid poetics fuse historical fact with the fictive He interweaves words of loss and silence with the cacophonous sound bites of TV news culture war coverage and the manifestations of contemporary ennui Framing the I in the provisional realm of the observer and subjectless space Dulai draws out the poetic line to explore hope possibility and regeneration.

Epub Phinder Dulai à dream / arteries eBook í dream /  MOBI :ì à

Epub Phinder Dulai à dream / arteries eBook í dream / MOBI :ì à

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