Thin Air: The Nooner
Raza Naeem, The Weary Generations by Abdullah Hussein (1931-2015). Abdullah Hussein's ambitious saga of social struggle, a classic of Urdu literature first published in 1963, is a vivid depiction of the widespread disillusionment and seismic upheavals of the Partition era that lead to the creation of Pakistan and Bangladesh. This new edition on the 70th Anniversary of the partition of India features a new introduction by award-winning translator and dramatic reader Raza Naeem.
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