MURTY CLASSICAL LIBRARY OF INDIA
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Murty Classical Library of India 18

Risalo

Shah Abdul Latif

Edited and translated by Christopher Shackle

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HARDCOVER

$35.00 • £28.95 • €31.50

ISBN 9780674975040

Publication Date: 01/08/2018

Academic Trade

704 pages

5-1/4 x 8 inches

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  • Introduction
    • The Life
    • The Context
    • The Poetry: Form
    • The Poetry: Matter
    • The Poetry: Manner
    • Acknowledgments
    • Notes
  • Note on the Text and Translation
  • Risālo
    • 1. Kalyan
    • 2. Yaman Kalyan
    • 3. Asa
    • 4. Khambhat
    • 5. Sirirag
    • 6. Samundi
    • 7. Suhini
    • 8. Sasui Abiri
    • 9. Ma‘zuri
    • 10. Desi
    • 11. Kohiyari
    • 12. Husaini
    • 13. Lila Chanesar
    • 14. Mumal Rano
    • 15. Marui
    • 16. Kamod
    • 17. Ghatu
    • 18. Ramakali
    • 19. Khahori
    • 20. Purab
    • 21. Karayal
    • 22. Sarang
    • 23. Rip
    • 24. Barvo Sindhi
    • 25. Kapaiti
    • 26. Piribhati
    • 27. Sorath
    • 28. Dahar
    • 29. Bilaval
    • 30. Kedaro
  • Notes to the Translation
  • Glossary
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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