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Omar Tarin
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Burnt Offerings: Poems

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Hardcover, 49 pages
Published by Leo Books (first published August 2002)
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The Voice of Eloquence: A Review of “Burnt Offerings”, poems by Omer Tarin (Pub. Islamabad, Pakistan: Leo Books, 1996, Reprint London: NUMA Press, 2003)

Omer Tarin needs no introduction, for he is one of Pakistan’s most renowned poets writing (mostly) in English, and his work has been widely reviewed in this country and abroad. In addition to being a poet, a scholar of literature and history, he is also a Sufi mystic and interpreter and exponent of many of the great Islamic Sufi literary texts of
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