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Stories of Joginder Paul

Joginder Paul (Author)
Synopsis Joginder Paul is one of the most significant voice of contemporary Urdu fiction. He brings to his work the expression of fresh experience and his fiction throbs with meaning, excels in artistic restrain and comes alive with all the simplicity and complexity of life itself. This collection selected by the author himself includes the sensitive narration of a rag-picker’s life in the story Back Lane, the pulsating experiences of a doe delivering a baby in the wilds of Kenya in Harambe, the magical realism of life shared by the living and the dead in Khodu Baba ka Maqbara, as also insightful portrayals of the consumerist and oppressive world in many stories.
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About the author

Joginder Paul

JOGINDER PAUL, born in Sialkot, Pakistan, migrated to India at the time of the Partition. He has to his credit three novels, two novellas and many collections of short stories. Acknowledged as one of the leading Urdu writers of the subcontinent, his fiction has received much critical acclaim and has been translated into various Indian and foreign languages.

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Title Stories of Joginder Paul
Author Joginder Paul
Format Softcover
Date published: 07.07.2005
Edition 1st ed.
Language: English
isbn 8123740840
length 202p.