Four Dervishes is Welsh–Pakistani writer and teacher Hammad Rind’s debut novel. He is a polyglot whose love of languages and Eastern literature shines through in this beguiling book, which incorporates elements of the dastan, an ornate form of oral history hailing from Central Asia, Iran, Turkey and Azerbaijan. Rind begins with the quotidian, spinning up […]
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