Human beings are driven by many phisical, emotional,  and pshycological forces which spring from within us . Hunger is one such drive and the most basic one. Consequently , food is considered to be the most basic need of human beings. Nature   supplies us with abundant food,  but we have made our culture so that there is a great divide between the select rich people and the starving many. The select few  have all the luxury of food and the starving many  do labour each moment for a grain, yet many sleep hungry. It is this inequality of our culture which is proclained in Nasira Sharma's  short story "Hunger" where we see the poorest of poor labourer kasim  and the amateur  journalist Rizwan fighting  with their hunger.
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