Waris Shah, 1730-1790: A Critical Appreciation of the Poet and His Only Heer
Intertrade Publications, 1971 - 127 pages
On Varis Shah, f. 1766, Punjabi poet; includes English verse renderings of a selection from his Punjabi narrative poem: HIr (p. 25-119).
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