Published June 1991
by Sterling Pub Private Ltd .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||219|
Hard Target By Mazhar Kaleem Aug ; Power Agent By Mazhar Kaleem J ; Qalander Zaat Part 3 By Amjad Javed July 8, ; Qalander Zaat Part 2 By Amjad Javed July 8, ; Qalander Zaat By Amjad Javed July 8, ; Ye Chahitaan Ye shidataan Part 2 By Sumaira Sharif Toor ; Ye Chahitaan Ye Shiditaan By Sumaira Sharif Toor May 5, . Genre/Form: Translations Translations into English: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Contemporary Urdu short stories. Calcutta, India: Writers Workshop, © This anthology brings together English translations of twenty-six Urdu short stories by mostly renowned Pakistani writers. All the stories were written between and the present time. Authors range from the celebrated Saadat Hasan Manto to Dr Shershah Syed and Mehmood Zafar. Not all of these stories are necessarily the most famous works of their authors, and . Contemporary Urdu Short Stories [Muhammad Umar Memon] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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Keeping in view the large number of contemporary Urdu short story writers, one can imagine the huge body of Urdu short stories through which the compiler/s must have had to sift through. A contemporary of Manto, associated with the Progressive Writers Movement, known for his stories of romance and social realism. join rekhta family! Sign up and enjoy FREE unlimited access to a whole Universe of Urdu Poetry, Language Learning, Sufi Mysticism, Rare Texts. Some of the best Urdu short stories, from the earliest to contemporary works, come together in this anthology; all in brand new translations. Some of the stories included here are available in different anthologies in other translations, but there are also several that have been translated for the first time, specifically for this volume. The book demonstrates the range of the genre in Urdu. The Oxford Book of Urdu Short Stories is a collection of stories written by some of the most famous authors of South East Asia including Premchand, Ghulam Abbas, Sadat Hassan Manto and many more. It is a sad fact that most of these brilliant authors remain only in the memories of our elders and most of the young generation of Pakistan has lost the love for reading, let alone /5.