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249 Index Aath Din (Eight Days) (film), 120, 121, 122 Adab-i-Latif, 70, 109, 114, 115, 154 Afghanistan, 223 Ahmad, Sheikh Khurshid, 158, 239n16 Ahmadi sect, 194 Alamgir, 45 Al-Hilal (Crescent), 38 Ali, Ahmed, 163 Ali, Ashiq, 36, 38–­39 Ali, Maulana Akhtar, 155 Ali, Mohammad (Jauhar), 50 Aligarh University, 37, 49, 50 Allahabadi, Akbar, 96 All-India Muslim League (AIML), 4, 5, 111–­112, 198; and Byculla Temple , 57; and federal structure for India, 10; and Jinnah, 6; Lahore resolution of, 7, 8, 9; and Manto, 34, 112, 113, 119; and Muslims as nation, 8; and Pakistan, 9–­11; and Punjab and Bengal, 9–­10 All-India Radio (New Delhi), 95, 98–­99, 102–­104, 105, 106, 107, 109–­110 Al Qaeda, 222 Amritsar, ix, 95, 136; and ancestors of Manto, 29; Civil Lines neighborhood, 38; Hindu Sabha College, 34; Jallianwalla Bagh massacre in, 12–­13, 34–­35, 42–­ 44, 74, 85; Lawyers’ Colony (Koocha Vakilaan), 29, 36, 41, 44, 85, 124; Manto on, 85; Muslim Anglo-Oriental [M.A.O.] College, 44–­45, 48; Muslim Anglo-Oriental [M.A.O.] High School, 33, 44; Muslim High School, 33–­34; pivotal role in anticolonialism, 34–­35, 42–­44, 74, 85; violence at independence in, 85 Amrohi, Kamal, 122, 130 Andreyev, Leonid, 40 Angarey (Burning Embers), 163 250 Index anticolonialism: Amritsar’s pivotal role in, 34–­35, 42–­44, 74, 85; of Jinnah, 6; and Manto, ix, 85; and Quit India movement, 111. See also Jallianwalla Bagh massacre Anti-Imperialist League, 39 Anwar, Khurshid, 91, 133 Anwar, Nasir, 154–­155 Apni Nagariya (Own Place) (film), 67–­68 Ashk, Upendranath, 99, 100–­102, 103–­104, 110, 167; “Manto Mera Dushman” (Manto My Enemy), 101–­102 ashraf society, 163 Asif, K., 91 Askari, Mohammad Hasan, 164–­ 166, 167, 174–­175, 218 Assam, 112 Azad, Abul Kalam, 38, 71 Babri mosque, 87–­88 Baeli (Belle) (film), 175 Baghdad Pact, 15 Baluchistan, 112 Balzac, Honoré, 218 Bangladesh, 2, 4, 6, 87, 148 Banjara (film), 107 Bano, Naseem, 117–­118 Bari Alig, Abdul, 45–­46, 95, 104–­ 105; and anthology of Russian literature, 45; background of, 37–­38; at British High Commission , 42; character of, 41–­42; essay on Hegel and Marx, 44; and Khalq, 42, 44; in Lahore, 53; and leftist thought, 39; and Manto’s translations, 40; respect for, 44–­45; and Wilde’s Vera, 40, 41 Bedi, Rajinder Singh, 91, 95, 99, 168; and Ashk and Manto, 100; Manto ’s aid to, 92–­93; and Progressive Writers Association, 164; and Urdu, 93 Bengal, 9–­10, 112, 145 Bevin, Ernest, 204 Bhagat Singh, 34, 41 Bhutto, Zulfikar Ali, 217 Bombay, 98; Byculla Temple, 57; Congress House, 73; economic distress in, 111; film industry in, 67, 225; Hindu-Muslim clashes in, 56–­59; Jinnah Hall, 73; Jogeshwari College, 115, 168; and Manto, 129, 131, 132–­133; Manto’s life in, 56; Manto’s love for, 19, 55, 113, 119, 132–­133; Manto’s refusal to return to, 225; Manto urged to return to, 134; milieu of, 92, 117; Quit India movement in, 111; violence in, 124–­125 Bombay Talkies, 124, 128, 130 Braudel, Fernand, 149–­150 British, the, 87, 137; and All-India Muslim League, 112; and Amritsar massacre, 12–­13; and Bari, 41; and Byculla Temple, 57; censorship network of, 155; colonialism of, ix; courts of, 158, 164; and death of Qamaruddin, 60; and Jinnah, 7; legal regime of, 14; and Manto, 1, 19, 27, 34, 36, 188; Manto as provoked by, 109; military forces of, 115; and obscenity laws, x, 70–­71, 132, 155–­156, 160, 164, 190; and 251 Index Pakistan, 8; and partition, 4–­5; persistence of colonial laws of, 194; and power-sharing arrangements, 2; and Punjab and Bengal, 9–­10; and Quit India, 71–­72, 111; and Rowlatt Act of 1919, 34; state intelligence services of, 44; subjugation and humiliation by, 85; and undivided Punjab and Bengal, 10; and United States and Pakistan, 203–­204; and violence, 77 Bukhari, Patras, 104 Caldwell, Erskine, God’s Little Acre, 191 capitalism, 112, 166 Chal Chal Re Naujawan (Carry on Young Man) (film), 117 Chander, Krishan, 101, 109, 111, 114, 161, 168, 169; Manto’s aid to, 92; Manto’s collaboration with, 67, 107; Manto’s friendship with, 91, 96–­98; on Manto’s writing, 93–­95, 103 Chaplin, Charlie, 104 Chekhov, Anton, 26, 40 Chughtai, Ismat, 164, 168, 169; Chotain (Injuries), 116; and Jafri, 165; “Lihaf “ (Quilt), 114; and Manto ’s “Babu Gopinath,” 169; on Manto’s character...

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9781400846689
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9780691153629
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OCLC
828736045
Pages
288
Launched on MUSE
2016-01-01
Language
English
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