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He has featured in numerous literary publications and performed his work at international venues. His books include Prose - and About Time: Awen 58, June Poetry Combination Module Sentinel Literary Quarterly, Jan - March TWJ Magazine.

In a way, this phase of her poetry has been less studied. Shakir to most Urdu poetry readers is best known for her early works that continue to be bestsellers for their fresh and uninhibited confessions of love, vulnerability and sexual tension.

Biographical Note Parveen Shakir is widely considered to be the greatest Urdu female poet. She was born in Karachi — Pakistan on 24th November and started writing both prose and poetry at an early age, contributing columns to newspapers and articles to English dailies. Initially, writing under the pseudonym Bina.

Parveen Shakir's 19th death anniversary being observed today

She was awarded Pakistan's Pride of Performance for her outstanding contribution to literature. The formal tradition still dominates Urdu poetry.

Shakir was the first poet to use the word Larrki [girl] in her work. The male-dominated Urdu poetry scene seldom employs that word. As such, she often made use of the Urdu first-person feminine pronoun in her verses which though extremely common in prose was rarely used in the poetry before.

She is known for employing references to pop culture and using English words and phrases that have entered Urdu in her free verse - a practice that is generally considered inappropriate due to the literary grounding of the language in Persian.

Shakir married Naseer Ali, a doctor but the marriage soon ended in divorce. Published by Jahangir Book Depot first published More Details Original Title.

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Sort order. Yede Beza rated it really liked it Jan 05, Kanwal rated it really liked it Apr 20, Jzee rated it liked it Nov 27, Hafiz Usman rated it it was amazing Aug 15, Reza rated it really liked it Feb 19, Syed Zaheer rated it really liked it Jul 14, Muhammad Atif Qamar rated it it was amazing May 09, Jerameel Lopez rated it really liked it Jan 21, Danish rated it it was amazing May 03, Suman Pokhrel rated it liked it Jul 15, Riffat rated it it was amazing Jan 22, The most prominent themes in Shakir's poetry are love, feminism, and social stigmas, though she occasionally wrote on other topics as well.

Her work was often based on romanticism , exploring the concepts of love, beauty and their contradictions, and heavily integrated the use of metaphors, similes and personifications. Similarly, she often made use of the Urdu first-person, feminine pronoun in her verses which, though extremely common in prose, was rarely used in poetry, even by female poets, before her.

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Shakir's ghazalyaat are considered "a combination of classical tradition with modern sensitivity", [2] and mainly deal with the feminine perspective on love and romance, and associated themes such as beauty, intimacy, separation, break-ups, distances, distrust and infidelity and disloyalty.

Most of Shakir's ghazalyaat contain five to ten couplets, often — though not always — inter-related.

Parveen Shakir's ghazalyaat heavily rely on metaphors and similes, which are repeatedly and thought-provokingly used to bring force and lyricism in her work. Other metaphors Shakir commonly uses are titli [butterfly] for a Romeo, badal [cloud] for one's love, baarish [rain] for affection, and andhi [storm] for difficulties.Yeats's Leda and the Swan.

Suman Pokhrel rated it liked it Jul 15, That is to say, the sound of the word upon the ear. Shakir died in a car accident on 26th December when her car collided with a bus while on her way to work.

Parveen Shakir's 19th death anniversary being observed today

Ali rated it liked it Sep 08, You're using an out-of-date version of Internet Explorer. Huma IZ rated it it was ok Dec 29, Jzee rated it liked it Nov 27, Parveen Shakir is known for having employed the usage of pop culture references and English words and phrases, that have mixed up with Urdu , in her free verse — a practice that is both generally considered inappropriate, and criticised, in Urdu poetry. Biographical Note Parveen Shakir is widely considered to be the greatest Urdu female poet.

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