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Volume : III, Issue : VI, July - 2013

Literaty Response To Partition In Pakistan

Raju Jayasing Patole

DOI : 10.9780/22307850, Published By : Laxmi Book Publication

Abstract :

There were writers who migrated to Pakistan, simply because they were Muslims. Some of them were prejudiced and took up the pen to show the cruelties perpetrated by Sikhs and Hindus. Others, who were not from Pakistan, revealed a deep nostalgia for a state where Hindus and Muslims had dwelt peacefully together until the coming of Partition.

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Raju Jayasing Patole, (2013). Literaty Response To Partition In Pakistan. Indian Streams Research Journal, Vol. III, Issue. VI, DOI : 10.9780/22307850,

References :

  1. “Partition Literature: A Study of Intizar Hussain”, Modern Asian Studies, vol. 14, No.3, 1980, pp.370-410
  2. Zaman , op.cit., p.279
  3. Manto's life and historical evaluation of his Partition stories.
  4. As quoted in Hasan Anders Bjorn, Partition and Genocide: Manifestation of Violence in Punjab 1937-1947 (New Delhi: India Research Press, 2002), p.1

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