Reckoning with dark times: 75 poems of Pash
This Is An Anthology Of Seventy-Five Poems Of Pash, Translated From Punjabi Into English. The Poems In This Collection Range From His Earliest In Lohkhatha To His Latest In Khilre Hol Verke, Published Posthumously. His Rural Background, Political Activity And Revolutionary Ideology Rendered Life And Colour To His Poetic Art.
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