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Kulliyat - e - Manto (Manto ke Afsane - Vol. 3) URDU
by Saadat Hasan Manto      (Author ALERT)



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ProductID: 15099 - Hardcover - 728 Pages (Year: 2009)
Educational Publishing House ~ ISBN: 8182230691


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Manto was a prolific writer of fiction and non-fiction. His short stories have been assembled in a 3-volume set. Volumes have been arranged in alphabetical order of the title of the stories.

This final volume in a 3-series set, covers titles beginning with Urdu alphabet I, Gh, Fh, K, L, M, N, W, Q, O, V, Y etc.and includes 91 short fiction of Manto besides a comprehensive introduction, critical survey of his works, philosophy and style. .



 Table of Contents

Kulliyat-e-Manto-Afsane, Vol-3

MUKADMA
PESH LAFZ
MANTO NAMA

1. Izzat Ke Liye
2. Ishq Hakeeki
3. Ishq Ki Kahani
4. Akal Darrge
5. Aurat Zat
6. Ghalib, Chaudhwen Aur Hashmat Khan
7. Gusal Khana
8. Farishta
9. Fobarbai
10. Kadira Kasai
11. Kabaz
12. Kudrat Ka Asooz
13. Karz Ki Peete Teh
14. Kismet
15. Keeme Ki Bajae Botiyan

ISHARIYA


1. Kali Shalwar
2. Kabootar Wala Saian
3. Kitab Ka Khulasa
4. Kutte Ki Dua
5. Karamaat
6. Kasarnafi
7. CAT Patloon
8. Khad
9. Khol do
10. Garam Suit
11. Gilgat Khan
12. Gurmokh Singh Ki Wasihat
13. Goli
14. Ghate Ka Suada
15. Khoka
16. Lalten
17. Licence
18. Lanat Hai Aisi Dua Par
19. Latika Rani
20. Leecheeyan, Aluche Aur Ilaychiyan

ISHARIYA

1. Matmi Jalsa
2. Mahi-Gheer
3. Maiejante
4. Mainanke
5. Majid Ka Mazi
6. Mahmooda
7. Mirza Galib Ki Hashmat Khan Ke Ghar Dawat
8. Mazdoori
9. Miss Adna Jackson
10. Miss Tain Wala
11. Miss Fariyad
12. Miss Mala
13. Mister Hamida
14. Mister Mau-Ud-Din
15. Mrs Di Silava
16. Mrs Decosta
17. Mrs Gill
18. Misri Ki Dali
19. Mulaqat
20. Milawat
21. Mohamad Bhai
22. Mummy
23. Munasib Karwai
24. Mantar
25. Manzoori
26. Matori
27. Maut Den
28. Mochana
29. Mozel
30. Mausam Ki Shararat
31. Mombati Keansu
32. Mehtaab Khan
33. Mera Aur Uska Intaqam
34. Mera Naam Radha Hai
35. Mera Humsafar
36. Meerut Ki Kainchi

ISHARIYA


1. Namukamaz Tehrir
2. Zaffa
3. Nara
4. Naim
5. Nafsiyat Shanas
6. Nafsiyati Mulata
7. Nakai
8. Nighrani Mein
9. Nangi Awazen
10. Nawab Salim Alah Khan
11. Naya Saal
12. Naya Qanoon
13. Walid Sahab
14. Woh Khat Jo Post Na Kiye Gaye
15. Woh Ladki
16. Harta Chalagaya
17. Hattak
18. Har Nam Kaur
19. Hameeshaki Chutti
20. Dear Yazdid

ISHARIYA

 


 About the Author

Saadat Hasan Manto was born on 11 May 1912 at Samrala in Punjab's Ludhiana district. In a literary, journalistic, radio scripting and film-writing career spread over more than two decades, he produced around 250 stories, scores of plays and a large number of essays. He wrote over a dozen films, including Eight Days, Chal Chal Re Naujawan and Mirza Ghalib. The last one was shot after Manto moved to Pakistan in January 1948.

He was tried for obscenity half-a-dozen times, thrice before and thrice after independence. Two of his greatest stories - Colder than Ice and The Return - were among works considered 'obscene' by the Pakistani censors. Manto's greatest work was produced in the last seven years of his life, a time of great financial and emotional hardship for him. He died several months short of his 43rd birthday in January 1955 in Lahore.


 

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