Some online sources on Intizar Husain and his work:
="Talking about Basti: Intizar Husain in
conversation with Asif Farrukhi, Lahore, July 2005": [on this site] (published in the
OUP edition of Basti, trans.
by FWP, 2007)
="Yellow Dog," a story trans. by Aditya Behl: [on this site]
="An Unfinished Story" [interview], New Age, June 26, 2004: [site]
="Sleep," a story, trans. by Rakhshanda Jalil, Annual of Urdu Studies 18 (2003): [site]
=Several essays, trans. by Rakhshanda Jalil, Annual of Urdu Studies 18 (2003): [site]
="Pak Tea House: Chai Ki Mez Se Fut-Path Tak" (in Urdu), Annual of Urdu Studies 16 (2001): [site]
="The Account of a Senseless Upheaval: an Exemplary Tale," trans. by Moazzam Sheikh and Elizabeth Bell, Annual of Urdu Studies 15 (2000): [site]
=Christina Oesterheld, "The Seventh Door," a review article, Annual of Urdu Studies 14 (1999): [site]
="Needles," a story, trans. by Moazzam Sheikh, Annual of Urdu Studies 13 (1998) : [site]
=Linda Wentink, "Curfew in Kufa," a review article, Annual of Urdu Studies 2 (1982): [site]
="Vikram, the Vampire, and the Story" (1974), an essay, trans. by FWP: [on this site]
Some more general sources on the period:
=C. M. Naim, "Muslim Press in India and the Bangladesh Crisis," Ambiguities of Heritage (Karachi: City Press, 1999): [on this site]
=Khalid Hasan, "No Tears for Dhaka," from The Friday Times: [site]
Some relevant books and articles:
=Bhalla, Alok, and Vishwamitar Adil, trans. A Chronicle of the Peacocks: Stories of Partition, Exile and Lost Memories. New Delhi: Oxford University Press, 2002. [Short stories by IH.]
=–––-, trans. Leaves and Other Stories. New Delh: Indus, 1993. [Short stories by IH.]
Memon, Muhammad Umar, trans. and ed. The Seventh Door and Other Stories. Boulder, Colo: Lynne Rienner Publishers, 1998. [Short stories by IH.]
=–––-, ed. An Unwritten Epic and Other Stories. Lahore: Sang-e Meel Publications, 1987. [Short stories by IH.]
=–––-. ‘Pakistani Urdu Creative Writing on National Disintegration: The Case of Bangladesh’. Journal of Asian Studies 43,1 (1983):105-127.
=–––-. ‘Reclamation of Memory, Fall, and the Death of the Creative Self: Three Moments in the Fiction of Intizar Husain. International Journal of Middle East Studies 13 (1981):73-91.
=–––-, ed. ‘The writings of Intizar Husain’. Special issue, Journal of South Asian Literature 18,2 (1983).
=–––-. ‘Partition Literature: A Study of Intizar Husain’. Modern Asian Studies 14,3 (1980):377-410.
=Pray, Bruce R., trans. ‘A Conversation between Intizar Husain and Muhammad Umar Memon. Journal of South Asian Literature 18,2 (1983):153-186. [A translation of ‘Intizar Husain aur Muhammad Umar Maiman ke darmiyan ek bat-chit’, Shabkhun (Allahabad) 8,96 (1975):3-35.]
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