Cursed And Healed 19 Reviews

By: Wafa Zaka

“Human beings are heavy beings, always burdened- unable to fly. Even their silence doesn’t soar, it only drowns.”

Four different people, leading four different lives are shunned by the society into isolation with unwanted and harsh labels. Ashya is forced to push her brother out of her life. Bimala is treated as someone disgusting and cursed. Adag is left to live with the daag (spots) of his traumatized past, contrary to the meaning of his name, spot-less. And Haya is shoved into a world of sexual objectification.

All are barricaded from the society and deprived of the liberty to live freely in the society with dignity. However, as the events unfold, the lives of a thief, a hermaphrodite, a lunatic and, a prostitute cross paths and in one way or another, they find solace together.

Will they be able to change their life and turn their flaws perfectly into assets or will they remain to live their lives as misfits?

ISBN (Digital) 000
Total Pages 60
Language English
Estimated Reading Time 1 hr
Genre Tragedy
Published By Daastan
Published On 05 Apr 2017
Wafa  Zaka

Wafa Zaka

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Waqar Zia

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Jun 08, 2017

The author shed the light on some of the extremely delicate yet important issues of our society with utmost care, efficiency, and effectiveness. Good job!

Tooba Asif

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Jun 07, 2017

Jan 06, 2017

Jan 05, 2017

Worth reading and reviewing for. The twist, the description and each angle.of the story clearly explains the theme. Keep it up Wafa. You deserved it. (y)

Sehr Gul

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Dec 11, 2016

Excellent

Dawood Ahmad

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Nov 14, 2016

thumbs up MAM (y)

Murk Rajper

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Nov 14, 2016

Beautifully written!

sadaf khan

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Nov 12, 2016

great work..

Aisha Agha

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Nov 11, 2016

A Wonderful script <3 more power to you and your writing!!

Nov 06, 2016

I liked it. The simplicity of it was good. The story was impactful.

waqas malik

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Nov 01, 2016

I have yet to read it but wow

Mamoon Raza

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Sep 19, 2016

Great!!

Aug 25, 2016

Made me cry :')
Really thought provoking piece of work!
A must read I should say!

Sabah Shahid

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Aug 21, 2016

I felt my heart break for each of the characters in this story. Beautifully written and thought provoking, this story will stay with you forever

Aug 16, 2016

Never have I ever read such a story and I doubt that I ever will. To say that this story is amazing, fantastic and whatnot, will be an understatement. For, I have no words in my vocabulary to praise this piece of work. There are countless People in this world like Ashya, Bimala and Haya. It saddens my soul to see that despite being told by Islam to be kind and good to all, we treat them in the most horrible and cruel way possible.

May Allah cleanse our hearts from such thoughts and make us; what we really should be as Muslims. Ameen.

Saman Malik

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Aug 16, 2016

Perfect translation of the theme 'The Untold Stories'
Makes hearts bleed and wonder why people make the lives of other people so miserable and unbearable.

Aug 05, 2016

An absolutely brilliant short story that lays light on the struggles of even those who are belittled by society, stereotyped as the untouchables and treated as an inferior race.

Omer Malik

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Aug 05, 2016

Amazing read. Reminds us of how every person is a world on to themselves.
Some of the sentences are really memorable! Especially the concept of sillage!

Aug 03, 2016

An intellectual note that flashes the flaws of society and the writer has gone deep into the evils that one sees of and on . Young writer should b commended on that .

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