ISSN(Print): 2709-9636 | ISSN(Online) : 2709-9644 | ISSN-L : 2709-9636

(2020) Volume 1, Issue 1

Technical trends in Nazir Ahmad's novels

  1. Alla Yar Saqib
  2. Dr. Mushtaq Adil
Abstract: Technique is a bone of a fiction. It may be in form, stylish or any theory or thoughts. Narrative, allegory, dramatic, epistolary, lecture and soliloquy etc. are commonly used in fiction. Nazir Ahmad is the first novelist of Urdu language. There is no specific sample of techniques in Urdu before him but he tried to best explain his thought to his reader. In this article those techniques are discussed which are used in Nazir Ahmad’s novels.
Keyswords: Stylish, allegory, epistolary, soliloquy, playfulness, ethical behavior, technique
Pages: 01-12
Article: 1 , Volume 1 , Issue 1
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-I)1
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Terrorism in Modern Urdu Poetry

  1. Dr. Irfan Pasha
  2. Dr. Muhammad Amjad Abid
Abstract: Terrorism is the most influencing factor not only in our social set up but an important literary theme as well world over. Urdu literature is also much to do with the contemporary human problems. With the stat of the 20th century a wave of terrorism is spread round the globe. Pakistan is badly affected by this catastrophe. Urdu poets have depicted this matter to a large extent in modern poetry of the new millennium. This article deals with the presentation of terrorism in Urdu poetry by our intellectuals and poets of new thoughts. They feel themselves the part and parcel of the world intelligentsia and fully condemn the phenomenon of terrorism.
Keyswords: Terrorism, Influencing, Social, Literary, globe, Poetry
Pages: 13-23
Article: 2 , Volume 1 , Issue 1
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-I)2
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Prof. Muhammad Younis Hasrat in the Mirror of Humorous Poetry

  1. Muhammad Maqsood Hussain Shad
  2. Dr. Zafar Hussain Haral
Abstract: Prof. Muhammad Younas Hasrat was a dramatist, translator, indexer, researcher, editor, the writer of the children books and poet. He not only created literature for children but also wrote humorous poetry for adults. He highlighted the problems of the people of different classes in his poetry. He has tried to reform our society by exposing its excesses. When he writes about immortality such as mother-in-law and daughter-in-law, marital problems, problems in marital life, lots of demands from wife, and debt for unnecessary marriage rituals and customs etc., satire and humorous words are created. This article is an analysis of Muhammad Younas Harat humorous poetry characteristic.
Keyswords: Humorous Poetry, Highlighted the Problems, Exposing, Excesses, Immortality
Pages: 24-34
Article: 3 , Volume 1 , Issue 1
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-I)3
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Certificate research and editing

  1. Dr. Rukhsana Baloch
  2. Dr. Muhammad Afzal Butt
Abstract: This article is an effort to highlight the need and significance of Urdu compilation in certification research. Ninety percent of certification research currently revolves around fiction. Eight-hundred-year-old poetry is currently beyond our research. Part of the compilation of classical texts, in particular, is equal to nothing. There is a need to improve the quality of certification research.
Keyswords: Signigicance, Compilation, Certification, Research
Pages: 35-44
Article: 4 , Volume 1 , Issue 1
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-I)4
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Some Examples of Fictitious Letters in Urdu

  1. Dr. Khalid Nadeem
Abstract: Some authors have written fictitious letters to express their views, in which there is no reply to any letter, but the author writes an article. These articles can be serious critical writings, propaganda of ideas, impressionistic level literary writings and essays. Since these letters are not intended to be sent to anyone, but are intended to be used as a raw material for their intended authorship, they can be termed as fictitious letters. Such writings are addressed at the beginning and closed with the name of author to form it a letter. Fake Urdu correspondents include M. Aslam, Abul Kalam Azad, Majnoon Gorakhpuri, Dr. Muhammad Baqir, Muhammad Younis, Manto and Kishore Naheed.
Keyswords: Fictitious letter, M. Aslam, Abul Kalam Azad, Majnoon Gorakhpuri, Dr. Muhammad Baqir, Muhammad Younis, Manto, Kishore Naheed
Pages: 45-62
Article: 5 , Volume 1 , Issue 1
DOI Number: 10.47205/makhz.2020(1-I)5
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