Özcan, Asuman Belen
September 2003
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2003, Vol. 7 Issue 17, p237
Academic Journal
Ahmed Shah Buhari, who was born in Peshawar in 1898, used the name of Patris in his writings, and mostly he was well-known by this name. His short writing work that is called 'Patris ke Mazamin' (Stories of Patris), which he contributed to the Literature of Urdu, provided to impress himself as a master in humour story area. The main stones of his stories are phenomenal. Paradokses and monologues are conspicuous in his stories. We can see that he loves his country in his heroes and he considers young people with more expectations when we analyse his stories carefully.


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