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Of the British Empire...Ruling Passions: Sex, Race, and Empire is a book that unveils the less known sexual and racial history of the ...
Ahmed Tahsin Shams travels with Doja\'s poesy-wand
“Poetry — no space for thatWhen each dots, and each words gives a visual, rendering multiple thoughts in precise verses, making readers travellers, and only ...
Krishti Aung Leona
The Luxembourg Review: An echo of emerging literary voicesThe Luxembourg Review's inaugural print issue has already raised the bar in this year's literary world. Founded in 2014 by ...
Ahmed Tahsin Shams
Re-reading Shakespeare's evergreen players "After God," said the 19th-century novelist Alexandre Dumas, "Shakespeare has created most." Whether stock characters or dynamic or foils, the ...
Nazmun Naher Shishir discovers the metaphors of ‘dance’
Into the puzzle of Dance Dance Dance"Dancing is everything, Dance in tip-top form. Dance so it all keeps spinning. If you do that, we might be ...
Krishti Aung Leona quickly travels from the 1920s to 1971
Remembering Rakhines in the Liberation WarUpokoliyo Rakhine der Jibon Shongram (Struggles of Bangladeshi Coastal Rakhines) was first published as a book by Gonoprokash in February ...
Habibur Rahman: The Andersen of the East Kishore Rochonona Shomogro is a collection of essays aimed at children and young readers by the veteran author Habibur Rahman. ...
TAGORE: A poet for the proletariats "There is a common essence amidst the diverse literary subjects of Tagore's work. The sole purpose of this book is ...
Ahmed Tahsin Shams reads a creative collaboration of short fictions
Among millions of stories residing in Dhaka city, The Book of Dhaka: A City in Short Fiction brings together 10 ...
Ahmed Tahsin Shams reads a picturesque historical narrative of art-rebels in 1971
When canvas turns battlefield… "The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting," the publisher Kamruzzaman Kajol cites Milan Kundera ...
Krishti Aung Leona is amazed at Dicken\'s literary magic-wand
A symbolic analysisKrishti Aung Leona is amazed at Dicken's literary magic-wand But, I saw everything within my view which ought to be ...
Ahmed Tahsin Shams re-reads a fine articulation of history and heritage
Our history of struggle... "Our greatest glory is not in never falling, but in rising every time we fall." These words of Confucius fits ...
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