No More Watno Dur by Sadhu BinningNo More Watno Dur by Sadhu Binning

No More Watno Dur

bySadhu Binning


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Sadhu Binning's poetry gently provokes and evokes. He uses the tools of language, both Punjabi and English, to guide the reader through a private journey of public relevance. Rooted in a history of cultural and labour activism, this collection questions our notions of home, family and community. No More Watno Dur (Watno Dur means "far away from the mother land") firmly establishes Binning as an essential poet who must be read in order to understand the continually unfolding eperience of home and homeland in the Western world...
- Zool Suleman, Editor Rungh Magazine
Sadhu Binning was born in India and immigrated to Canada in 1967. His published works include two books of poetry and two collections of short stories. He edited a literary monthly Watno Dur from 1977 to 1982 and currently co-edits Watan, a Pubajbi quarterly. Sahdu is the founding meber of Vancouver Sath and Ankir collective. He had co...
Title:No More Watno DurFormat:PaperbackDimensions:120 pages, 8.75 × 5.51 × 0.38 in

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ISBN - 10:0920661459

ISBN - 13:9780920661451

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Table of Contents

The Heart Breaking Incident (9), Welcome (11), The First Encounter (13), Neighbour (17), Revenge (19), My Thirteenth Year...(21), Reply (33), Race Relations (39), Chameleons (41), Rebellious Sita (45), Father and Son (47), Parents (49), River Relations (51), No More Watno Dur (53), That Woman (55), My Mirror (55), The Postman (69), And You Know It (73), Riding the Elevators (77), The Seventy-fourth Avenue (83), South Africa (91), Indian Reserve (93), The Symptoms (97), A Tale (101), Peace and Religion (103), To Mother Teresa (107), Relationship (113), Washing Dishes (117), The Grass and I (119).