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Tale of the Old Fisherman- Contemporary Urdu Short Stories

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These twelve stories set in modern Pakistan capture the rich Urdu literary tradition, telling close, personal tales of family relationships, love, spirituality, dreams, and the interactions between members of different races and religions. A discussion of contemporary Urdu literature introduces the volume.

The authors included in the collection are Zamiruddin Ahmad, Khalida

Paperback, 140 pages
Published February 1st 1998 by South Asia Books
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Mar 05, 2015 rated it really liked it

This book is an amazing tale about a old fisherman who has a amazing fight with a Giant Marlin. The setting is in cuba. I read this book because i love fishing and i saw this is a about a fisherman.

For 84 days, the old fisherman Santiago has caught nothing. Alone, impoverished, and facing his own mortality, Santiago is now considered unlucky. So Manolin has been constrained by his parents to fish in another, more productive boat. Every evening, though, when Santiago again returns empty-han
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