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ERIC Number: ED126516
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1971
Pages: 170
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MAHFIL: A Quarterly of South Asian Literature, Spring-Summer 1971.
Coppola, Carlo, Ed.
This volume contains both literature from South Asia and articles about South Asian literature. The first article consists of an interview with a leading Pakistani poet, N.M. Rashed, who discusses modern Urdu literature. Other articles are: "Five 'Dangerous' Books"--on censorship in East Pakistan--by P. Sarkar; "Baluchi Language and Literature" and "Pashto Language and Literature" by A. Bausani; "Sindhi Literature" by A. Schimmel; and "Ahmed Ali and 'Twilight in Delhi'"--the genesis of a Pakistani novel--by D.D. Anderson. Literary selections, translated into English, include nine poems by N.M. Rashed; three poems by Z. Haider; and six stories--"The Brook" by A. Husain, "The Tale of a 'Tulsi' Tree" by S. Waliullah, "Ghaazi Mard" by G. Abbas, "The Rain" by A. Al-Ajad,"Conspirators" by E. Sajjad, and "Of Blackened Face" by J. Abro. The volume also contains three literary reviews by J.P. Gemill, R. Gerulaitis, and H. Moayyad. (JM)
Publication Type: Journal Articles
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Authoring Institution: Michigan State Univ., East Lansing. Asian Studies Center.
Identifiers - Location: India