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A Man Outside History: Poems of Naseer Ahmed Nasir

Bina Biswas (Translator) Gulzar (Foroward)

A Man Outside History is a collection of English translation of 111 Urdu poems written by Naseer Ahmed Nasir, a famous poet from Pakistan, translated into English by Bina Biswas. It is a record of poetic exploration of a man's reaction to history that is about time, psychological and chronological, in all its vivid poetic details. Nasir excels in romantic, rural, local and natural imagery.

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About the author


Gulzar is one of Indian cinemaâs most sensitive and creative directors; a lyricist par excellence; one whose work never fails to surprise, bring a tear to the eye or a smile on the lips; a humble man with humble beginnings who is unafraid of experimenting. A career that began more than three decades ago comprises a rich repertoire of not just films, but also authoring several anthologies of short stories, including Raavi Paar and Other Stories. One of the two immensely popular television serials that he has directed has been on the life of Mirza Ghalib, who commands Gulzarâs heartstrings, and the most recent one is based on the works of one of Indian literatureâs greats, Munshi Premchand. Winner of the Sahitya Akademi award, Gulzarâs interest in literature is more than just a passing fancy. He writes poetry, short stories, all his works have been translated into English, and he is the creator of the three-line poem, called Triveni. Writing for Gulzar, is his first love, his passion, his junoon, his life breath!

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Title A Man Outside History: Poems of Naseer Ahmed Nasir
Format Softcover
Date published: 28.02.2014
Edition 1st. ed.
Publisher LiFi Publications
Language: English
isbn 9789382536673
length xxvi+173p., 22cm.