Hasan, Faruq & Hasan, Khalid. NOTHING BUT THE TRUTH. Montreal:
Private, 1978, xv, 397, xiv p.
(Two English stories and twenty-four Urdu stories in translation from Pakistan. An expanded version of Faruq Hasan's earlier anthology, A Touch of Reality (Montreal, n.d.).
Hashmi, Alaingir. "Soroe Directions of Contemporary Urdu Poetry in
Pakistan: From 1965 to the Present." South Asia (New Series), 1:2 (Sep. 1978), pp. 67-79.
Husain, Yusuf. URDU GHAZALS OF GHALIB. New Delhi: Ghalib Institute, 1977, xv, 326, 114 p., Rs. 95/-
(Translation of selected verses and ghazals. The Urdu originals are also included.)
Hyder, Qurratulain. A WOMAN'S LIFE. New Delhi: Chetna Publications, 1979, 96 p., Rs. 40/-.
(Two novellas, "A Woman's Life" and "Tea Gardens of Sylhet," translated by the author.)
Iqbal, Muhammad. GABRIEL'S WING. Translated by Syed Akbar Ali Shah. Islamabad: Modern Book Depot., 1979, J.62 p. (Translation in English verse of sixty-one ghazals from Iqbal's Bal-e-jibril. Includes notes, explanations and glossaries. Only the matia' of each ghazal is given in Urdu.)
Memon, Muhammad Umar. "'The Lost Ones' (A Requiem for the Self) by Intizar Husain." Edebiyat, 111:2 (1978), pp. 139-156.
-IQBAL: POET & PHILOSOPHER BETWEEN EAST AND WEST. Madison:
South Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin, Publication No. 4, 1979, iii, 119 p.
(Includes the following articles: "Muhammad Iqbal: Poet and Philosopher between East and West" by Gerhard Bower ing;
"Iqbal's Views on Nationa and Millat" by Ahmad Hasan Dani;
"An Appreciation of Guru Nanak in Iqbal's Poetry" by Hafeez Malik; "Reflections on Iqbal's Mosque" by Barbara D. Metcalf;
and "The 'Pseudo-Dramatic' Poems of Iqbal" by C. M. Nairn.)
-STUDIES IN THE URDU GAZAL AND PROSE FICTION. Madison: South Asian Studies, University of Wisconsin, Publication No. 5, 1979, xxi, 284 p.
(Contents: Preface; "Expression of the Indo-Muslim Mind in the Urdu Ghazal" by Shamsur Rahman Farooqi; "The Urdu Ghazal as Material for the Study of Muslim Society in South Asia" by Gilani Kamran; "Ghalib's Urdu Ghazal: From Religious Paradox to Double-Bind" by Frances Khan; "Thematic Antecedents for the Urdu Ghazal in the Sufi Poetry of the Sultanate Period" by Bruce B. Lawrence; "The Relationship between Prosodic and Musical Rhythms in Urdu Ghazal-Singing" by Peter L. Manuel; "The Theme of Homosexual [Pederastic] Love in Pre-Modern Urdu Poetry" by C. M. Nairn; "A Re-Exarnination of Structure and Continuity in the Urdu Ghazal" by Bruce R. Pray; "The Emergence of the German Ghazal" by Annemarie Schimmel; "The Persistence of Indo-Persian Poetic Trends in the Urdu Ghazal" by Moazzam Siddiqi; "The Short Stories of Ahmed Ali" by Carlo Coppola; "Muslim Self-Identity in Qurratulain Hyder's Ag ka darya" by Leslie A. Fleming; and