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The definition of the exile life is almost controversial, and it may raise many questions. Exile not only means a physical disappearance from the loving situations rather than it has virtual meanings. The physical disappearances does not appear as essential for a person to be in exile, rather than he or she can be in exile in his own land or even in his own home. The most common factor in the exile life is the detachment with the things we like most or lack of love and recognition from our nearest. Sufferings and deprivations are nothing more but exile. A lover who has missed his beloved lives always in exile. A person living with his family may be leading an exile life. A woman living with her husband may be in exile. The prisoners are always in exile. Therefore, wherever, we lack love we plunge in to exile. Exile creates sadness, and sadness leads more effectively to understand the meaning of the life and death. Sadness deepens the sensation of creativity and shows us what others cannot see. Mrs Azra Naqvi confirms the sadness of exile life through her awe-inspiring stories.
She is the respectful upholder of the post-modern trends in literature. In her stories, we can view numerous of shades of the exile life. The canvas of her stories is immeasurable. In addition to the subject, style, and structure we find a colorful coated fragrance of exile in all of her stories. She is more sensible and wise in maintaining the timbre of her stories. Although, noted writers of our times have taken this subject as a source of inspiration in their fictions, but Azra Naqvi has designed this feeling as a ‘live show’. She has portrayed the character of an educated old woman whose two sons Murtaza and Irtaza are earning in Canada and Saudi Arabia. Now for the old woman it is most difficult to go by her times. Her husband has died in her native country. Now she is being annoyed of living. She imagines that, for the two yards of land, her son has to pay such a big amount.
In its subject and presentation the story is of high quality. How a wasteland turns in to a residential area? How the residential areas happen to be the hub of different social problems? How a new colony affects the feelings and thoughts? How an individual likes to hold back his personal independence and his private thinking? How the civilization grows high? How an individual ignores other individual’s right? There are scores of social problems that come under focus in this story. Buganvilia in front of his window, so that it will cover the window and so his eyes let not take the glance of the rubbish outside. At its constructional level, this story is a mock up on the society. Her story ‘Rain Cheque’ represents the sensible, meaningful, aesthetic, and creative thinking in its cultural background. When she describes the sensible and meaningful logic of the life in her creative mode, she describes much more about it.
The whole story portraits a culture, that is the result of some mixed and paradoxical attitudes of life, as it wonders its readers at certain points. Instinctively, we begin to think, that to draw a separation line between the good and bad why the ‘life’ does not comes forward to compromise with the contradictory situations. The story ‘Rain Cheque’ represents the changes in values, individuals, as well as in the human society. Its subject is philosophical and factual. It defines, that to the human being, an extreme relation sets up with the memories of his past. He never forgets his childhood, his remembrance, his feelings, his family, and his home. These precious remembrances cover his existence. It becomes the emotional asset of his life. Every moment his mind works on these memories. Therefore, it emotionally hurts humankind when he leaves his land, his environment, and his likings. Azra Naqvi wrote the story ‘Return Journey’ on the same subject that denotes the sensations of an exile life.