Sujan Singh

by: Kulbir Singh Kaang

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  • Paperback
  • ISBN: 81-260-1742-2
  • Edition(s): reprint Jan-2003
  • Pages: 56
  • Availability: In stock
Sujan Singh can be truely called the pioneer of the modern Punjabi short story. His short story portray his hard struggle in life and give a vivid picture of the sufferings of the down-trodden and the middle-classes. He was known to be a writer of socialistic leanings and an expert in the psycho-analytic desination of characters. He wrote about nine collections of short stories. He was a versatile prose-writer too and published two collections of light essays and three collections of the historical stories concerned with Sikh Guru and Sikh scripture. His magnetic personality inspired the new generation of Punjabi literature. He was the organiser of Kendri (Central) Punjabi Lekhak Subha. He was the recipient of Sahitya Akademi award and also got the title of Sharomani Punjabi Lakhak by the Language department of Punjab.

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