The brilliant study comprises four chapters which threw light on the poetry of three poets (Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Kaifi Azmi and Ali Sardar Jafri) in the context of Marxism, Islamic dialecticism, progressive literature and nationalism and beyond.
Title: Poetry, Protest and Politics: A Study of Progressive Urdu Poetry (With Special Reference to the Works of Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Ali Sardar Jafri, and Kaifi Azmi)
Author: Supriya Chowdhary
Number of Pages: 191
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sohasadiakhan (verified owner) – February 21, 2019
A short read that highlights the significance of poetry , Urdu specifically, in times of political chaos in the subcontinent by shedding light on the commendable writings of Faiz, Kaifi azmi and Ali Sardar. Loved how everything was to the point. Recommended for literature and political science students. The quality of the book was superb. Thankyou Parh Likh!
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