A COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY AND FAIZ AHMED FAIZ

Aleena Hussain, Ali Rubab, Amna Khalil

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Pakistani poets like Faiz or Habib Jalib have engraved their indistinguishable mark upon the sphere of renowned poets like Keats, Shelley and Wordsworth world. This study was undertaken to discern the similarities and differences between Faiz Ahmed Faiz and Percy Bysshe Shelley under the theoretical framework of the conflict theory proposed by Karl Marx. For this purpose, both poets' singular poems were selected: Mujh se pehli si muhabbat mere mehboob na maang and England in 1819. The textual analysis results of both poems conclude that although both poets are similar in their revolutionary and reformative ideas, their manner of expression differs. This study is limited in the sense that only singular poems were selected and dissected and this research is open for further research.

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Faiz Ahmed Faiz, Percy Bysshe Shelley, Conflict Theory, Karl Marx, England in 1819, Mujh se pehli si muhabbat mere mehboob na maang, revolutionary, reformative, analysis

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