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All the Light We Cannot See
Mamun Gazi
Life before and after war Moving between the past, present and future, All the Light We Cannot See allows us to enter the lives of ...
Md Habib Ullah
Think and grow rich!"Success requires no explanation and failure permits no alibi." In this modern time, everyone hankers after success. People are rushing ...
Mohammad Nazmul Avi Hossain
Breakthrough in mapping the economic decision The Nobel prize winner in 2017 Richard H Thaler and Cass R Sunstein portrayed, through "Nudge", the distinctions between rational ...
Mohammad Jashim Uddin
Crisis of identity in Arthur Miller's Death of a SalesmanUntill 19th century, people did not search the meaning of life. In 19th century European philoshopers tried to realize what ...
Kafka's prophecy in a timeless allegoryAvik Gangopadhyay zooms into the text to trace the Authoritarian Dictates of the modern Totalitarian Colonies in Franz Kafka's 'In ...
Abu Sufian Shamrat
The history and politics of America Since the independence in 1776 the agents have been playing a pivotal role in constructing a sustainable structure based on ...
Ahmed Tahsin Shams critically reads an endeavour of transcreations  
Review: 100 Poems from BangladeshPoetry is lost when translated, some argue; on the other hand, poetry is rediscovered when translated as it overcomes the ...
Topon Ahmed
Hardy's Tess, and the Victorian ageIn Tess of the d'Urbervilles, we gain insight into Hardy's view on religion as he uses his characters to make ...
Mamun Gazi
On Golding's Lord of the Flies Fable is a short fictional story intended to teach a moral lesson. Best known are Aesop's fables, which feature talking ...
\'Bombay Stories\' by Saadat Hasan Manto
Pearls of regret'Bombay Stories' by Saadat Hasan MantoSaadat Hasan Manto has a good claim to be considered the greatest South Asian writer ...
Ghazi Salahuddin
Loneliness, my evening wine-pourerEvery verse that Faiz composed has its own biography. You may be able to decipher its political and emotional lineage. ...
Devi Yesodharan\'s \'Empire\' is a gripping novel of war, intrigue and adventure set in the 11th century Chola empire
Omair Ahmad
With 'Empire', Indian historical fiction comes into its ownDevi Yesodharan's 'Empire' is a gripping novel of war, intrigue and adventure set in the 11th century Chola empire"We have ...
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