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Holden's journey to the sanatoriumThe Catcher in the Rye is set around the 1950s and is narrated by a young man named Holden Caulfield. ...
Mohammad Nazmul Avi Hossain
From the history of Human KindYuva Noah Harari depicted a thrilling journey of humankind from their ancestor apes that used to live 6 million years ...
Jarin Tasnim
Review: 50 Shades of Grey by E L JamesFifty Shades of Grey supposedly started off as fan fiction, based on the Twilight series. While James had every opportunity ...
Mamun Gazi
Review: In the Light of What We Know by Zia Haider RahmanRahman's is the sort of book that is likely to be glowingly prescribed by departments of literature and creative writing, ...
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Inside the five weeks' adventure in a BalloonFive Weeks in a Balloon, the first of Jules Verne's famous Voyages Extraordinaires, follows the adventures of three explorers as ...
Zulfiqar Parvez
Nisswabda, an appealing fiction of bunch societyDreams get deviated every day, most of us do not know what will happen tomorrow. Someone can die all too ...
Mir Saddam
In the dilemma of Six Characters in Search of an AuthorA brilliant playwright who practiced what is regarded as a precursor of Absurdism, Luigi Pirandello was born in Girgenti (now ...
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Inside Jumpha Lahiri's the Unaccustomed Earth Stories of the immigrant experience have always fascinated me -- how individuals leaving their home country to begin a new ...
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Everyday happenings in Dear LifeAlice Munro is one of the most famous short story writers in contemporary literature circles, and her work provides a ...
Asmaul Husna
Darbish, a depiction of awe-inspiring life The renowned lyricist, model and actor, Latiful Islam Shibly, won the hearts of '90s people of the country undoubtedly. In ...
Seema Khinnavar
'Selected Short Stories' by Saadat Hasan Manto"If you find my stories dirty, the society you are living in is dirty. With my stories, I only expose ...
A Thousand Yearnings
Humra Quraishi
A book of Urdu poetry & proseLast week when this book landed, it held promise. After all, the lethal combination couldn't be overlooked! Urdu poetry and ...
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