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Ruswa, Mirza Mohammad Hadi, 1857-1931


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    • Hādī Rusvā, Mirzā Muḥammad, 1857-1931
    • Hadi Ruswa, Mirza, 1857-1931
    • Hadi Ruswa, Mirza Muhammad, 1857-1931
    • Mirzā Hādī Rusvā, 1857-1931
    • Mirzā Muḥammad Hādī, 1857-1931
    • Mirzā Muḥammad Hādī Rusvā, 1857-1931
    • Mirza Muhammad Hadi Ruswa, 1857-1931
    • Mirzā Rusvā, 1857-1931
    • Muḥammad Hādī Rusvā, Mirzā, 1857-1931
    • Rusvā, Mirzā, 1857-1931
    • Rusva, Mirza Muhamadas Hadis, 1857-1931
    • Rusvā, Mirzā Muḥammad Hādī, 1857-1931
    • Ruswā, Muhammad Hadi, 1857-1931
    • مرزا محمد هادى رسوا
    • ‏رسوا، مرزا،&#٬٢٠٠ن؛ ‏1857-1931
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    • found: nuc85-77576: His Sokeja, 1969(hdg. on OKentU rept.: Ruswa, Mirza Mohammad Hadi, 1857-1931; usage: Mirza Muhamadas Hadis Rusva)
    • found: LC data base, 1/14/88(hdg.: Ruswa, Mirza Mohammad Hadi, 1857-1931; usage: Mirza Ruswa; Mirza Mohammad Hadi Ruswa)
    • found: Mirzā Rusvā ke nāvilon̲ ke nisvānī kirdār, 1995:p. 9 (Mirzā Muḥammad Hādī Rusvā)
    • found: K̲h̲ūnī shahzādah, 1921:t.p. (Mirzā Rusvā)
    • found: La cortigiana Umrao Jan Ada, c2001:t.p. (Mirza Muhammad Hadi Ruswa)
    • found: Umarāvajāna "Adā", 2007:t.p. (Mirzā Hādī "Rusvā")
    • found: Mirzā Rusvā kī nāvilen̲, 2009:t.p. (Mirzā Rusvā = مرزا رسوا)
    • found: The madness of waiting, 2012:t.p. (Muhammad Hadi Ruswā)
    • found: Jamhūriyah-yi Aflāt̤ūn, 1935:title page (Urdū tarjumah az Maulvī Mirzā Muḥammad Hādī Ṣāḥib Bī Ae.)
    • found: Wikipedia, November 5, 2018(Mirza Hadi Ruswa; Mirza Muhammad Hadi Ruswa Urdu poet and writer of fiction, plays, and treatises (mainly on religion, philosophy, and astronomy); served on the Nawab of Awadh's advisory board on language matters; he was well-versed in Urdu, Persian, Arabic, Hebrew, English, Latin,and Greek; had a deep interest in religion and ancient Greek metaphysics; wrote 20 volumes on the Shia religion; his first work, a poem on Laila-Majnu, was published in 1887; his novel Umrao Jan Ada (1905) is considered by many as the first Urdu novel; born 1857 in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, father Mirza Muhammad Taqi, a cavalry officer; largely self-taught; after a short term of government service he returned to Lucknow to teach and write; employed as a teacher at a mission school and then as a lecturer at Christian College, teaching mathematics, science, philosophy, and Persian; left Lucknow for Hyderabad and worked in the Bureau of Translation at Osmania University for a year; died of typhoid fever on 21 October 1931, age 75)
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    • PK2199.R8
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    • [Machine-derived non-Latin script reference project.]
    • [Non-Latin script references not evaluated.]
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    • 1988-01-14: new
    • 2018-11-09: revised
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