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EEO. 2021; 20(6): 811-815


Pessimism in Jaunís Poetry

Sadaf Ahmad, Maqsood Ahmad, Maaz Ahmad Khan, Dr. Tehseen Bibi, Raaj Muhammad.

Abstract
The purpose of this study is to explore pessimism running throughout the poetic works of Jaun Elia. This study uses qualitative methodology of study and close reading technique in its procedural framework. Purposive sampling is used in selection of the poems explored. Moreover, it finds stark pessimism in Jaunís poetry by analyzing some of his selected poems.

Key words: pessimism, qualitative methodology, close reading technique, purposive sampling



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