The book “The Tree of Words (Collection of Minimal Stories)” translated into Persian by famous Pakistani writer, Mubasher-Ali Zaidi, has been published in 224 pages for the first time by the ECO Cultural Institute.
According to the ECO Cultural Institute, The Tree of Words (a collection of minimal stories) has become further enriched with the introduction by Sarvar Bakhti, the president of ECO Cultural Institute, contains 103 short stories in 100 words in Urdu which has been translated into Persian by Ahmad Shahriyar and edited by Zahra Aslani.
The themes of the stories are often the tangible issues of human life today in which the author aims to draw readers’ attention to the ordinary experiences and realities of everyday life that are sometimes taken for granted.
In introduction, Sarvar Bakhti writes about the background of storytelling and mythology in Urdu. It reads: "The vast field of Pakistani national literature, a comprehensive picture of values and norms of life, a record of courage and chivalry, stories of zeal and patriotism, legends of love and affection, and bitter and sweet stories of life depict dreams and feelings of defeat and victory in the form of poems, stories and fables."
The paperback book in 224 pages offers the readers a new way to understand the works and perspectives of Pakistani writers.
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