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How a forbidden religion swept the world... Reviewed by Tom Bissell I used to believe absolutely everything that Bill just presented," the scholar Bart D. Ehrman once ...
A bonfire of vanityReviewed by Shahriar FerozeIdentity crisis, reinvention, or the different bubbles of American life however you name the elements - Salman ...
Passion for Bengali, admiration for a father!Reviewed by Towheed FerozeAcollection of essays where a son recollects the impact of his father on his life, thought, ideology ...
Shuva Das
A mind enlightening novelThe novelist Satyen Sen was the founder of 'Udichi' (a nation-wide cultural organization of Bangladesh) and anAdamjee Literary Award Winner. ...
Harriet Lane
Strangers in the night, exchanging genre conventionsA June evening in Belleville, Del, an unremarkable little town surrounded by cornfields and chicken farms. No one stops in ...
Shishir Reza
Enhancing social and economic justice of tea workersIn 2009, a book published by Society for environment and development which is entitled "The Story of Tea Workers in ...
Andrew J Bacevich
The war that will not end Steve Coll has written a book of surpassing excellence that is almost certainly destined for irrelevance. The topic is important, ...
The Beautiful Cure by Daniel M Davis
A terrific book by a consummate storyteller and scientific expert considers the past and future of the body\'s ability to fight disease and heal itself
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How our immune system has shaped world historyA terrific book by a consummate storyteller and scientific expert considers the past and future of the body's ability to ...
Mohammad Nazmul Avi Hossain
Reza Aslan's views on religious evolutions After reading two exciting books of 2017, Sapiens and Homo Deus by Yuval Harari, I was in the search of ...
Divyendu Jha
Violent nationalism in South AsiaThe book edited by Dev Nath Pathak titled Narrating Nations, Performing Politics: A Conversation with Vasudha Dalmia has two main ...
Hermann Giliomee\'s autobiography of a highly rated dissident Afrikaner political scientist, historian and journalist focuses the spotlight on federal system and cracks in Constitution, writes Hans Pienaar
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Historian: An autobiographyHermann Giliomee's autobiography of a highly rated dissident Afrikaner political scientist, historian and journalist focuses the spotlight on federal system ...
Shishir Reza
Emphasizing our chances of survival in one planet earthBill McGuire is a Benfield professor of geophysical hazards at University College London. He is globally known as a writer ...
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