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The author provides an autobiographical account of his visits to his family home in Kashmir and of the reasons that he embarked on this book. His first articles on Kashmir reported on what he observed there, particularly the massive militarization of daily life. He writes of his working with collaborators to collect and translate poems written in Kashmiri during these conflict years so that these poems might be analyzed as an archive of conflict, trauma, and resistance.

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