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Hanif Kureishi
Mashaekh Hassan
The Word and the Bomb The selected essays in "The Words And The Bomb"are penned from a critical standpoint, minus the two chapters which are ...
Haruki Murakami
Reviewed by Syed Al Farabi
The Wind-Up Bird ChronicleThe wind-up bird chronicle is a book of high thoughts and peculiar events. This book is the sum total of ...
Uma Raghuraman
Reviewed by Chitra Deepa Anantharam
 My Genius Lunch BoxUpma cups, puran poli cupcakes, adai sliders, muffin idli and more such familiar yet creative, easy-to-make snacks for children are ...
James Joyce
Reviewed by Nazrul Islam
Araby James Joyce's 'Araby', one of the celebrated short stories in his collection of stories 'Dubliners', is a wonderful work of ...
Book Reviewing in Uncertain Times Phillipa K Chong
Reviewed by Mohammad Farhan
Inside the Critics’ CircleExploring the ways in which critics evaluate reading despite theinherent subjectivity involved...Book reviewing is among the commonest practices of literary ...
Amar Bhushan
The zero-cost mission A former spymaster writes a fictionalised account of India's first surgical strike, undertaken during the Narasimha Rao regime to dismantle ...
Homer
Reviewed by Nazrul Islam
The IliadHomer's 'Iliad' is a classic. It comes down to us from the antiquity. The poem deals with a war that ...
David Dean Barrett
140 Days to Hiroshima: The Story of Japan’s Last Chance to Avert Armageddon On the 75th anniversary of the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki comes this heart-pounding account of the war-room drama ...
John Keats
Reviewed by Nazrul Islam
Ode on a Grecian Urn Ode on a Grecian Urn is a famous poem by Keats. The contrast between life and art is the central ...
Obayed Akash
Reviewed by Sreetanwi Chakraborty
Faux Assassin The rich corpus of modern literature in Bangladesh is fraught with multidimensional, often fractured ideas that are collated together in ...
Azizur Rahman Aziz
A novel of contemporary dreams and realities…
Reviewed by Ahsan Iman
Bipanna Basor Azizur Rahman Aziz is one of the few bureaucrats who has earned huge fame as a litterateur. He writes lyrics, ...
Annie Zaidi
Exploring the idea of belonging, Annie Zaidi reflects on burning contemporary social issues like citizenship rights...
Reviewed by Sudipta Datta
Bread, Cement, Cactus: A Memoir of Belonging and DislocationWhy does where we live mean so much? In a country as diverse as ours, the first thing we often ...
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