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Using the poet Mirajiâ€™s short exegesis of the Faizâ€™s poem IntebÄh (warning or alarm), popularly known by its opening word , bol (speak), this paper will parse a small entry into Faizâ€™s poetics.Â What did this curious imbrication of modernist exegesis with political poetics allow us to see? Â In this paper I suggest that Mirajiâ€™s analysis allows us to see anew the ways in which romantic realism, fleshed politics and chronopoetics come together to give us another take on Faizâ€™s luminous corpus.
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