Jurrat continues to be a favourite in 2019 also

Launched last year JurratKhwaabDekhne Ki (2018, AyanPrakashan, New Delhi) written by Dr Rashmi Bajaj, feminist poet, will be available at World Book Fair 2019...

The Orwellian Universe, living in 1984 –This is Not A Book Review

Envision a utopian reality where society is classless, people work collectively and cooperatively for the community’s benefit, ideals are based on altruism and the...

Borg vs. McEnroe : more than a sports film

  If you can meet with Triumph and Disaster    And treat those two impostors just the same...                  ...

POTPOURRI

By Natasha Rawat Looking for some spice in your regular reading list then we have put together a list of five fiction books, across different...

A Personal Take on Death Note

By Natasha Rawat What if you could come across an ability to kill without anyone ever knowing? One always believes that they will kill for...

MARY SHELLEY-A MOVIE REVIEW

~ NANCY KAUSHIK Mary Shelley is, in her step-sister Claire Clairmont's words, a "a perfect encapsulation of what it feels to be abandoned". This 2017...

Jean Rhys’ Wide Sargasso Sea-A Book Review

~By Nikita Budhiraja “Brontë might have started the fire but Rhys burned down the house”. Wide Sargasso Sea was Jean Rhys' return to the literary...

You Were Never Really Here: A Personal Review

~ Srajit M Kumar.   (Disclaimer: This review is bound to contain spoilers, but not in a way that matters when it comes to the overall...

Book Review: The Hunger Games

~ Natasha Rawat “District Twelve. Where you can starve to death in safety.” is the world that Suzanne Collins creates in her well-acclaimed novels: The...

MANSFIELD PARK BY JANE AUSTEN-A REVIEW

  ~ Nancy Kaushik   Mansfield Park is not a conventional Jane Austen novel with talkative heroines and swooning characters. It is not even fixated on a...
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