Percy Byssey Shelleyand Mir Gul Khan Naseer's Socialist Creed: A Comparative Study of the Champions of Human Liberation

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History is the witness of the immense influence literature exercises upon the nations. Percy Byssey Shelley and Mir Gul Khan Naseer, the two great names in the history of English and Balochi literature simultaneously, played an important role in the emancipation of society. Both the poets were against the bogus system of caste, color and creed, suppressing the masses. They were highly against social stratification and feudalism and raised their voice dauntlessly against the prevalent injustice. They are termed as poets of resistance who expressed repulsion against the corrupt social, political and religious scenario. Both the poets were termed as champions of liberty and had the creed to promote social, political and religious reforms. Anon they realized the ineffectiveness of their efforts. Finally, they strove to transform the individuals through their incredible poetry where a profusion of gorgeous verse along with brilliant imagery enchants the readers.


1-Saima Manzoor
Associate Professor, Department of English Literature, University of Balochistan, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan.

2-Zainab Akram
Assistant Professor, Department of English, Sardar Bahadur Khan Womens University, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan.

3-Saima Yousaf
Lecturer, Department of English Literature, University of Balochistan, Quetta, Balochistan, Pakistan.


Percy Byssey Shelley, Mir Gul Khan Naseer, Socialism, Revolution, Insurgence, Human Emancipation

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Published: 09 2020

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