In the Sunday Guardian Akshay Sharma considers Kashmiri literature and some of its great moments.
A decent overview/introduction -- though of course it's disappointing to hear:
One area where Kashmiri literature has lagged behind, according to [Dr Gauri Shankar] Raina, is the genre of novels. He feels there are only around a dozen worthwhile novels that have been written in Kashmiri.
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In The Guardian Paula Erizanu finds that Translated book sales are up, but Britain is still cut off from foreign literature.
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