Mottled dawn: fifty sketches and stories of partition

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Penguin Books, 1997 - Fiction - 214 pages
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Partition Stories By The Subcontinent S Finest Short-Story Writer

Mottled Dawn Is A Collection Of Saadat Hasan Manto S Most Powerful Pieces On The Partition Of The Subcontinent Into India And Pakistan In 1947. The Book Includes Unforgettable Stories Like Toba Tek Singh , The Return , The Assignment , Colder Than Ice And Many More, Bringing Alive The Most Tragic Event In The History Of The Indian Subcontinent.

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Is the fact that Partition's imprint on the minds of those affected was so similar to that of a short story - plotless, sudden and yet enduring - a reason why a lot of the literature written during ... Read full review

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It has the effect that brings everything about the partition to your imagination Read full review

Contents

Toba Tek Singh
1
The Assignment
15
The Dog of Titwal
30
Copyright

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