Qaid / قید

Qaid / قید

Abdullah Hussein / Oct 17, 2019

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  • Title: Qaid / قید
  • Author: Abdullah Hussein
  • ISBN: 9789693500721
  • Page: 383
  • Format: Hardcover
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    About "Abdullah Hussein"

      • Abdullah Hussein

        Abdullah Hussein was an Urdu novelist and short story writer from Pakistan famous for his novel Udaas Naslain.


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    1. typical of Abdullah hussein slow build up of different plots in different frames of time almost covering three generations of a family . so a slow story at start and abrupt revelation of all the lost strings in the final plot setup was same like nashaib by the same author ، mostly in suburbs and some touch of a city life . major theme of feminism , religious self righteousness and exploitation of poor , uneducated folk by religion and landlord , specifically by peers etc .


    2. AbdUllah Hussain couldn't decide whether he's writing in favour of Peer Mureed culture or against it . This story is not at par with Udaas Naslen & Nadar Log . After listening the story of Peer Karamat Ali Shah , Peer Salamat Ali Shah doesn't change himself and writer leaves him dreaming of "sleeping with the young girls of neighbouring mawaziaat."


    3. Qaid finds its setting in a village located in the unpartitioned subcontinent. A village kid, at the onset of his puberty feels restless at night and decides to explore his village at night. His father was a Peer (spiritual master) who was known to cure the ailments of his mureedeen (followers) through his spiritual powers. He lived in his Hujra (small room) outside the village. The boy decides to reach that room and finds his father exploiting a village woman. Thus begins a story where men expl [...]






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