The audience speaks

February 26, 2018

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g Let’s start a global discourse connecting Pakistan with the world: Dr Fawzia Afzal-Khan (teacher, writer and singer)
g Let’s start a global discourse connecting Pakistan with the world: Dr Fawzia Afzal-Khan (teacher, writer and singer)


g When we discuss culture, we’re cultivating the culture of reading. I’m impressed with the line-up of speakers at LLF: Ayesha Mall (Durban University teacher)
g When we discuss culture, we’re cultivating the culture of reading. I’m impressed with the line-up of speakers at LLF: Ayesha Mall (Durban University teacher)


g    Literature shapes free thinking societies and this is what the LLF is aiming at: Rameen Saboor (Sargodha University student)
g Literature shapes free thinking societies and this is what the LLF is aiming at: Rameen Saboor (Sargodha University student)


g    I’m here to learn something new: Ahmed Awan (Sargodha University student)
g I’m here to learn something new: Ahmed Awan (Sargodha University student)


g The festival is dominated by the elite. Where’s the commoner here? Ali Hasan (Law student, PU)
g The festival is dominated by the elite. Where’s the commoner here? Ali Hasan (Law student, PU)


g    More and more such events should be held so that we channelise our energies towards positive developments: Ghazanfar Ali (GCU student)
g More and more such events should be held so that we channelise our energies towards positive developments: Ghazanfar Ali (GCU student)


g    Thank you LLF for providing us a chance to speak on Pashto poet Ghani Khan: Imtiaz Sahibzada (Retired civil servant)
g Thank you LLF for providing us a chance to speak on Pashto poet Ghani Khan: Imtiaz Sahibzada (Retired civil servant)


Published in Dawn, February 26th, 2018