• Dr Mamoona Riaz
  • Dr Fatima Jalal
  • Dr Adnan Ahmed
  • Farwa Ayesha
  • Dr Waseem Abbas Gul


It is not correct to neglect creation compared to criticism or to give priority to criticism over creation.


Whether criticism is subjective or objective, the critic and the creator go hand in hand. Criticism is seen behind every literature, every movement, and every trend in the world. Criticism has always played an active role in solving intellectual, social, linguistic, cultural, intellectual and psychological problems.


Every literature flourishes. Along with this, trends, movements are also developed, thanks to which, innovation, authenticity and realism also appear. Due to these situations, misunderstandings and misconceptions develop. In such a situation, there is a need for criticism to establish an atmosphere of balance. If we examine the criticism of Urdu fiction in the light of facts, the role of criticism in the understanding of fiction is seen to be prominent. Despite the fact that our critics have also given place to extremism. He also exercised the right of friendship. A quick mention of some important issues, did some go home in bargains, some tried to get cheap fame by imposing fatwas, class inequalities were also seen, prejudice and favoritism were kept in mind in most cases, yet this cannot be said. That criticism of Urdu fiction is disappointing or according to Intar Hussain that our criticism stands on one leg. Our critics have continued the process of accountability in spite of excessive exaggeration and indiscretion.


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Dr Mamoona Riaz, Dr Fatima Jalal, Dr Adnan Ahmed, Farwa Ayesha, & Dr Waseem Abbas Gul. (2023). CRITICAL DISCUSSIONS OF FICTION. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 19(4), 1174-1182. Retrieved from