Abstract

Amar Jaleel is one of the most prominent short story writer and columnist of Sindhi literature. He started column wring in 1972 with Daily Hilale Pakistan under the tle, “Tunhijiyoon, muhinjiyoon gaalhiyoon.” This study analyses his columns from 1972 to 1977, in three perspec ves: style, topic and language. Amar Jaleel’s columns are different from other columnists mainly due to his style. His innovave ways of using Sindhi proverbs sets him apart. He has almost always chosen topics which portray our behavior regarding social and polical issues. These three different aspects of his columns are elaborated upon in detail in this study.

Dr. Saeeda Shafiq Memon