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Salma Khalid
Salma Khalid

  • October 27, 2020

    Are you now or were you ever? - Part II

    The last passage from Miller's essay quoted in Part I of this article contains a brilliant flash of insight into the psychology of the so-called...

  • October 26, 2020

    Are you now or were you ever? - Part I

    The US in the 1940s and 50s was a scene of social unrest, class conflict and militant trade-union and political activities. Art and literature had...

  • November 09, 2019

    Iqbal: “The Metaphysics” and “The Reconstruction”- Part I

    The difficulty of research on Iqbal’s “The Development of Metaphysics in Persia” -- his doctoral dissertation -- is as great as the paucity of...

  • March 17, 2019

    I am a woman born of a woman

    . The readers are advised to first read ‘I am a woman born of a woman’]We now move on to another poem, ‘I am a woman born of a woman’,...

  • March 12, 2019

    Aqleemas’ revolt in the arid land

    What follows is a review of four poems by Pakistani and Indian female poets. These are poems of identity addressing matters of gender, race and...

  • November 09, 2018

    Iqbal: poor philosophy, rich poetry

    All that changed after some Soviet scholars, perhaps working under Soviet state guidelines, saw in Iqbal a great anti-imperialist and...

  • November 09, 2015

    Iqbal: the husk and the kernel

    The late Sibte-Hasan compared Iqbal’s fate to that of Hegel. The ambiguities and contradictions in Hegel’s ideas made him an inspiration both...