The HarperCollins Book Of Urdu Short Stories A collection of Urdu stories by some of the finest and most renowned writers of the language today including Naiyer Masud Balraj Manra Jeelani Bano and Intizar Husain brought to the English reader i

  • Title: The HarperCollins Book Of Urdu Short Stories
  • Author: Muhammad Umar Memon
  • ISBN: 9788172236113
  • Page: 112
  • Format: Paperback
  • A collection of Urdu stories by some of the finest and most renowned writers of the language today including Naiyer Masud, Balraj Manra, Jeelani Bano and Intizar Husain brought to the English reader in accurate, modern translations With originality and poetic grace, these stories lead us into a world shaped by Islamic and Indian sub continental traditions, revealing aA collection of Urdu stories by some of the finest and most renowned writers of the language today including Naiyer Masud, Balraj Manra, Jeelani Bano and Intizar Husain brought to the English reader in accurate, modern translations With originality and poetic grace, these stories lead us into a world shaped by Islamic and Indian sub continental traditions, revealing an imagination hovering upon the mystical and the romantic, the traditional and the modern, the social and the political Ultimately, they testify to the depth of the human spirit ad they reflect upon its mysteries An informative Preface by Muhammad Umar Memon sets the scene for a power anthology of a vibrant and tenacious literary tradition.

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    1. A great collection of stories from authors never heard earlier. Sometimes you find stories immortalising the authors and sometimes you find authors immortalising the stories. Well this is how I felt about the collection. After reading the story I couldn’t recall the name of a single author but each story left a deep mark on me. Probably they were the finest pieces from some unknown authors of the Urdu language. Translator Muhammad Umar Menon himself states that he has intentionally not taken t [...]

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