Mohammad Hameed Shahid

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Mohammad Hameed Shahid

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M. Saleem ur Rehman:  As critiques of our moral bankruptcy and hypocrisy Shahid’s stories are almost pitiless in their indictment. The fractured style and the frenzied pace give them considerable impetus. Stories like “Sovarg mein suvar” and “marg zar” make a mockery of our autocratic establishment***.

 Mubin Mirza: Hameed Shahid’s short stories not only reflect suffering of those living around but they also point out the global conspiracies and big powers’ ruthless use of force against the down-trodden nations. These aspects have contributed a great deal the growth of the writer’s creative genius*.

Nasir Abbas Nayyir: Hameed Shahid’s short stories are a good example of self-reflexivity and realism blended with creativity and folk wisdom*.

Mohammad Hameed Shahid
    Fiction Writer and Critic

 Prof Fateh Muhammad Malik: Hameed Shahid’s stories written in the backdrop of 9/11 have introduced a different genre in Urdu fiction and by doing this he has set an example for other writers to follow. Hameed Shahid’s short stories are woven well. They remind one of Baidi and Manto as far as the questions of self and identity are concerned. He has never lost touch with his soil and takes us back to days when values had certain place in our lives and people had an ear for a word of advice and goodness*.

 Iftakhar Arif: The collection “Marg Zaar” is one of the best written on the 9/11 incident**. The use of the local vocabulary in Hameed Shahid is commendable. Though he looks at the world beyond him while his feet are firmly planted on earth. “Sovarg Mein Sour” (a pig in the paradise) is his representative story*.

Mansha Yad: By writing these stories the writer had joined the ranks of outstanding fiction writer of Urdu. (Dawn 5.12.04)Hameed Shahid has experimented with dictions, plot and different techniques of the story*.

Ali Muhammad Farshi: According to writer of Marg zaar the whole world after 9/11 has turned into a battlefield where people in confusion as to whom their real enemy is. The stories foretell that thus graveness of future days the world is going to face*.

 *(Pakistan Observer 6.12.04), ** (Dawn 5.12.04), *** (Friday Time)

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BOOKS BY
Book by Mohammad Hameed Shahid
SHAHID

Paiker-e-Jamil
Paiker-e-Jamil

Band Ankhoon Se Pary
Band Ankhoon Se Pary

Jannam Jahannum
Jannam Jahannum

Marg-Zaar
Marg-Zaar

Adbi Tanaziat
Adbi Tanaziat

Lamhoon ka Lams
Lamhoon ka Lams

Samundar Aur Samundar
Samundar Aur Samundar

Alif Se Atkhlian
Alif Se Atkhlian

Pakistani Adab-2002
Pakistani Adab-2002

SAARC Mumalak :Taqhleqi Adab
SAARC Mumalak :Taqhleqi Adab

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Touch of Moments
Touch of Moments

Mohammad Hameed Shahid Ke Tasanif
Mohammad Hameed Shahid Ke Tasanif

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Paro

Mohammad Hameed Shahid K Afsanae
Mohammad Hameed Shahid K Afsanae
Mohammad Hameed Shahid Ke Taqhleeqi Jehaat
Mohammad Hameed Shahid Ke Taqhleeqi Jehaat
 

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