ComicsChildrenHumorFitnessReferenceITLawCookingHobbiesTeachingSelf-HelpPhotoFantasyHistoryTestsCalendarsFictionLGBTTeenagersTransportMemorisMedicineMysteryRelationshipsPoliticsBusinessSpiritualityRomanceBiblesMathSportTravelOtherNo category
» » Fires in an Autumn Garden: Short Stories from Urdu and the Regional Languages of Pakistan (Muslim heroes)
Fires in an Autumn Garden: Short Stories from Urdu and the Regional Languages of Pakistan (Muslim heroes) e-book

Author:

Asif Aslam Farrukhi

Language:

English

Category:

Fiction

Subcategory:

Short Stories & Anthologies

ePub size:

1728 kb

Other formats:

doc lrf mobi lit

Rating:

4.8

Publisher:

Oxford Univ Pr (Txt); 1st edition (March 1998)

Pages:

164

ISBN:

0195777387

Fires in an Autumn Garden: Short Stories from Urdu and the Regional Languages of Pakistan (Muslim heroes) e-book

by Asif Aslam Farrukhi


Asif Farrukhi is a Pakistani doctor, writer, and translator who translates from Urdu to English.

Asif Farrukhi is a Pakistani doctor, writer, and translator who translates from Urdu to English. He has also published six collections of his own short stories, and two collections of literary criticisms. He writes for the Pakistani newspaper Dawn, as well as other newspapers Asif Farrukhi is a Pakistani doctor, writer, and translator who translates from Urdu to English

Fires in the Autumn Garden represents an alternative view of Pakistan-from its many great writers of fiction.

Fires in the Autumn Garden represents an alternative view of Pakistan-from its many great writers of fiction. Included are such works as Ali Baba's The New Prophets, Ahmed Oasimi's Countrywoman, Khalida Hussain's The Wagon, Asad Mohammed Khan's Apocalypse, and Intizar Hussain's In a Dark Wood.

He has translated books from English into Urdu. He also writes for Dawn and other newspapers, and periodicals on literature. He has received the Tamgha-e-Imtiaz, the fourth highest civilian honour of Pakistan.

Asif Farrukhi is a writer and a physician trained in public health

Asif Farrukhi is a writer and a physician trained in public health.

For politicians and social scientists the fiftieth year of Pakistan's .

For politicians and social scientists the fiftieth year of Pakistan's independence will be a time for stocktaking, a time to decipher and decode the country. An alternative view of history emerges, however, from the work of the country's fiction writers.

Asif Farrukhi, a doctor by profession, is a prolific writer, translator and .

His first collection of short stories, Atishfishan Mein Khile Gulab came out in 1998. He has translated widely from the world literature and South Asian Literature into Urdu. M. Asaduddin writes on aspect of Indian Literature(s) and culture, and translates from Ahomiya, Bangla, Hindi and Urdu into English.

by Asif Aslam Farrukhi. Published January 1, 1995 by Oxford University Press.

Karachi: Oxford University Press, 1997. Narayanan, V. N. and Jyoti Sabharwal, eds.

These Pakistani writers have proved that this nation is filled with treasuring stories that are not just about the war .

These Pakistani writers have proved that this nation is filled with treasuring stories that are not just about the war on terror. Here are 11 Pakistani authors who have gotten international acclaim for their beautiful work. He has written seven fiction novels in both Urdu and English. He has been critically acclaimed for his work Between Clay and Dust and The Story of a Widow.

Her books include Nets of Awareness: Urdu Poetry and Its Critics, The .

Her books include Nets of Awareness: Urdu Poetry and Its Critics, The Romance Tradition in Urdu: Adventures from the Dastan of Amir Hamzah, and (with Khaliq Ahmad Khaliq) Urdu Meter: A Practical Handbook. Asif Farrukhi is a writer and a physician trained in public health.

With stories drawn from all the major Pakistani languages, this anthology is an attempt to understand the country through its fiction

e-Books related to Fires in an Autumn Garden: Short Stories from Urdu and the Regional Languages of Pakistan (Muslim heroes)