Razi Abedi

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Razi Abedi is a Pakistani author, activist and scholar.


Abedi received an M.A. in English from University of the Punjab. In 1968, he went to England for higher studies and attained M.A. and Tripos from Cambridge University in 1969. He is particularly interested in Urdu literature in the context of third-world literature and the literature now being produced in the West. He has also written extensively about education and its socio-cultural implications.[1] He has lectured on topics related to Romanticism.[2]


  • The Tragic Vision
  • Search For Medium
  • Educational Chaos
  • Lays and Lyrics
  • Man of the Streets
  • Teesri Dunya Ka Adab (Urdu)
  • Acchut Logon Ka Adab (Urdu)
  • Maghribi Drama Aur Jadeed Adabi Tehrikain (Urdu)
  • Teen Novel Nigar (Urdu)
  • Kuch Ghazlain Kuch Nazmain (Urdu Poetry)
  • Bazar ki Raunaq (Urdu)
  • Jeevan Dhara Author Dr. Taha Hussain (Translation)
  • Aik Naujawan Shair kay Naam Khatoot Author: Rilke (Translation)
  • Anar Kay Sai Author: Tariq Ali (Translation)


  1. ^ Naqvi, Sumera S. (1 August 2004). "AUTHOR: Razi Abedi: Man of two languages". Dawn. Retrieved 22 January 2010.[dead link]
  2. ^ ‘Romanticism was responsible for rise of individualism’ Archived 14 April 2008 at the Wayback Machine 1 July 2006 Daily Times

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