Train To Pakistan Novel Summary Essays and Term Papers

  • A Feminist Perspective

    Ice-Candy-Man: A Feminist Perspective * Summary In Ice-Candy-Man the women characters cannot be easily subjugated. Lenny, her Ayah Shanta, her mother and Godmother are capable of new roles and responsibilities. It is the second novel by a woman writer dealing with the theme of Partition of...

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  • A Very Indian Poem in English

    A VERY INDIAN POEM IN INDIAN ENGLISH - Critical Summary Introduction: Nissim Ezekiel is one of those Indian poets writing in English who creates an authentic flavor of India, by his use of Indian English - Pidgin English on Bazar English, as it is often called. In this poem, the Indian flavor has...

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  • Summary of Midnight's Children by Salamn Rushdie

    Plot Overview Saleem Sinai, the narrator of Midnight’s Children, opens the novel by explaining that he was born on midnight, August 15, 1947, at the exact moment India gained its independence from British rule. Now nearing his thirty-first birthday, Saleem believes that his body is beginning to crack...

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  • Mahek

    the Dominion of Pakistan (that later split into the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and the People's Republic of Bangladesh) and the Union of India (later Republic of India). The Indian Independence Act 1947 had decided 15 August 1947 as the appointed date for the partition. However, Pakistan came into existence...

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  • In the Line of Fire

    medium of this book he intends to convey to the people of Pakistan what he has accomplished for his country, and to the world community, how he has endeavored to counter the forces of extremism and obscurantism that have brought bad name to Pakistan. . About The Author 8. The title, In the Line of Fire...

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  • Communication

    subcontinent into public discussion. Internationally acclaimed author Bapsi Sidhwa was raised in Lahore, Pakistan. She now lives in Houston, Texas. She graduated from Kinnaird College for Women, Lahore. Her 5 novels: Cracking India, The Pakistani Bride, The Crow Eaters, An American Brat, and Water, have been translated...

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  • Media Studies

    PROJECT SUMMARY HUM TV aims to provide quality entertainment TV Programs for the entire family. It usually offers everything from game shows and soap operas, to shows about modern women's issues such as child care and careers. It is a general notion that HUM TV has managed to stand out as the most viewed...

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  • brand

    – 11227 Aasha Ashok Kumar – 11638 Sonia Tahir – 11535 Wasay Bin Rais – 12174 Mehreen Riaz - 12187 Executive Summary Our term report is based on the training programs and practices conducted at Coca Cola. We were asked to study about the training programs at an FMCG...

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  • khuhwant sing first noveltrain to pakistan

    Train to Pakistan’ is the first novel of Khushwant Singh (KS). It was titled ‘Mano Majra’ but it is better known by the title of ‘Train to Pakistan’. This novel is based on the Hindu – Muslim – Sikh riots of 1947 which followed the partition of India, when India was divided into two countries when...

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  • Such a Long Journey

    Long Journey by Rohinton Mistry Plot Summary Such a Long Journey examines the life of a handful of Parsi Indians in the turbulent early 1970's. When Britain withdraws from the subcontinent in 1948, two states are created. Muslims form one state, Pakistan. Pakistan's two parts are widely separated...

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  • The best

    Train to Pakistan From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about the novel Train to Pakistan. For the Hindi movie Train to Pakistan, see Train to Pakistan (film). Train to Pakistan Train to Pakistan.jpg Author Khushwant Singh Country India Language English Genre Historical...

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  • Train to Pakistan

    Carl Reitz Lou Fenech Honors India February 15, 2013 Book Review: Train to Pakistan Khushwant Singh opens his novel Train to Pakistan in a seemingly peaceful village on the countryside of Punjabi. Although the small village is fictional, it is important to note the historical significance this...

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  • Final Solutions

    IAN novel writing in English is a living and evolving literary genre. It is richer in content, wider and variegated in range. Before Independence, their subject matter was inescapably political but after Independence a clear shift has been marked in their focus and one can easily find that human relationships...

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  • English

    thinking. Sometimes you need to have your memory refreshed about a past event in order to write about it. • © Copyrights Virtual University of Pakistan 1 ENG001 - Elementary English • VU Sufficient time. You may have `stories in their heads' but need time to think them through and write...

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  • Book Review of Train to Pakistan

    Train to Pakistan, originally published in 1956, is not a very good book, but quite enjoyable much of the time. Khushwant Singh, less than ten years after Partition, in 1947, wrote a novel of less than 200 pages and still managed to create what’s probably best described as an uneven mess. Ideas, allusions...

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  • Midnight's Children Thesis

    Literature and Studies………………………………………14 3 Summary…………………………………………………………………………. 18 4 Discussion and Analysis…………………………………………………………..28 5 Summary, Findings, Conclusion and Recommendations A: Summary of the Study………………………………………………………….83 ...

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  • fwewtswg

    of India From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The partition of India and the associated bloody riots inspired many creative minds in India and Pakistan to create literary/cinematic depictions of this event.[1] While some creations depicted the massacres during the refugee migration, others concentrated...

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  • Business Notes

    Introduction..................................................................................................................................... 27  Plot Summary: Story in a Hurry…................................................................................................... 28  Chapters 1-3: Early Evening...

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  • Helping to Know the Basis of Journalism

    entire page is called: (a) Deck (b) Banner (c) Lead (2) A sheet containing facts and detailed information on any issue is known as: (a) Summary (b) Write up (c) Backgrounder (3) The key Narrator of a newscast or program is called: (a) Announcer (b) Editor (c) Anchor (4) Mohammedan...

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  • Poly Bags

    confrontation which couldn’t be undone, the brunt of which India and Pakistan is still facing. ‘The Partition’. . The author’s very debut novel though written in the year 1956 still carries credence enough to stand and contest the latest bestselling novels of the recent years. In the beginning it depicts an interesting...

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