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Or is there victory in her being free and independent from opportunistic suitors such as Jameel and Safdar? She has put unbearable grief, pain and sufffering with one girl which is not natural! List of Pakistani writers mastopr This is a List of Pakistani writers, writers of fiction and nonfiction who are native to, or born in Pakistan, writing in any language.


The protagonist acts neccassrily as an eye to the reader. It was a presence throughout my childhood. May 25, Saqib Ali rated it it was ok.

But, it was an enjoyable read. She and her sister Hajra Masroor migrated to Lahore, Pakistan and settled there. It was harrowing khadoja read that end.

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BOTH decision and timing are scarcely believable and will surely give more ammunition to those quarters denouncing Download the new Dawn mobile app here: Ahmad Nadeem Qasmi Urdu: Open Preview See a Problem? The male khadijz of the character had a different political view and agenda each. Now this novel is really different in way of speaking. I had read Aangan for the first time around three years ago and due to my weak memory had forgotten most of the story line, masstoor remembering that the feeling was not very pleasant.


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I have a lot of favourite quotes, that I will upload soon. It’s the story of how the fortune of some families altered in the struggle for subcontinent partition.

The best part of this book is that no situation and no character is perfect – that is what happens in the real world. Books by Khadija Mastoor. You find yourself invested in each and every character yes, even Asrar – especially Asrar! Aangan remains low-key, perhaps deliberately mastoof, focusing on girls and women and, of course, men as well, chronicling the disturbances and havoc created in their lives by political events.

Nov 17, Luthien rated it liked it. The characters, their lives, the atmosphere, all of it kept calling to me. Thakay Haray 5.


Many acclaimed writers, novelists and poets have contributed to Urdu literature but for each writer, one or a couple of writings have stood out and become immortal. This book is very close to my heart. Published by Sang-e-Meel Publications first published Rabia Shahzad khsdija it it was ok Nov 10, He used to make selections and edit the magazine till What was happening there?

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May 26, Namoos Qasmi rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: Dec 23, Shabana Mukhtar rated it it was amazing. The thesis of PhD has also been written on Khadija and on her literary work by a student at Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, A newspaper writes; “Brimming with an urge for writing, both sisters wrote stories for a children magazine and were encouraged by the response they received from prestigious literary journals like Adbi Dunya.


This is the story of world of women of that time period. Bangladesh’s Sheikh Hasina set for landslide win as opposition demands new vote. So all of that differing opinions, all of that uncertainty, in a single household. She wrote several collections of short stories. The people who really could not bring themselves to care if the subcontinent was freed or not. I was also intrigued in how Aliyah finds her own voice at a young age and defies every mould she is forced to take shape in by sheer will and clarity of mind and intent.

Its the story of narrow-minded cultural practices which were mostly pushed by women of the family, the senseless and hypocritical nature of them and how these made up cultural taboos took lives and nobody even in their hearts felt sorry for what they have done. The contrast reaches a climax at the end when, in a letter from Lucknow to Aliya in Lahore, Chammi announces her marriage to Jameel. This book is around the struggle of independence, the political tussle within a household, poverty, love, heartbreak.

People from Lucknow Revolvy Brain revolvybrain. Apr 05, Kamran rated it really liked it Shelves: Her writing is based on experience and observation.

Hiba rated it did not like it Nov 24, The protagonist of the story is Aaliya — which is being played by Mawra Hocane in the drama — a strong and focused girl who keeps her dignity intact even in the most unfortunate of circumstances.