I will Find My Way Anthology Short Stories By : Maniza Naqvi

I will Find My Way Anthology Short Stories
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  • Author: Maniza Naqvi
    Publication Date: 21/09/2014
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The anthology is a testament to the talent of new writers from Pakistan. This collection of stories—written for a story-writing competition arranged by Oxford University Press Pakistan—is based on the idea that everyone has a good story to tell. These stories, written by many individuals separately, together chronicle the human spirit. There are four themes, ‘Paved and Unpaved Ways’, ‘The Meaning of Me’, ‘Because this is what Matters’ and ‘The Bravest Place on Earth’. There are stories of kindness and empathy, social injustice—and a real sense of belief and hope for a better future. This anthology will be a welcome addition to school libraries, especially schools that offer extended reading for their students in O and A level study programmes.

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Number of Pages: 468 Pages
Bar Code: 9780199400263
Publisher: Oxford University Press
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