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The book is a selection of Faiz's most popular poems, translated in a language and style which will appeal to a wide cross section. It is also special because it will have the Urdu original as well as romanised version for non-Urdu readers.
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Mahmood Jamal lives in London and is a Member of The British Academy of Film And Television Arts (BAFTA). He has a degree in South Asian Studies (Urdu/History) from the School Of Oriental & African Studies, London University.
He has been involved in the cultural field for over two decades and has served on The Greater London Arts literature panel, was Vice Chair of Roundhouse Black Arts Centre Steering Committee, Member of Steering committee British Institute Of Biography Served as Jury member for BFI award, Represented workshops on BFI Production Board and was the Co-editor of Black Phoenix Magazine-a groundbreaking journal of visual arts with artist Rasheed Araeen. He also received the Minority Rights Group Award in 1984 for his translation work and critical writing.
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Book Description Oxford University Press, Pakistan, 2013. Soft cover. Condition: New. The book is a selection of Faiz’s fifty most popular poems, translated in a language and style that will appeal to a wide cross section of readers. It contains not only the Urdu original, but also the transliterated version for non-Urdu readers. Pages 212. Seller Inventory # 227
Book Description Oxford University Press, 2013. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # MB011DBXOA2
Book Description Oxford University Press, 2013. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P110199065950