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‘Birds And Other Inequalities’ uses the metaphor of an affair to give voice to the invisible burdens that people bear on a daily basis.
Aakanksha discusses how reading Ruskin Bond at different stages of her life made her realise why his writing appeals to readers of all ages.
Love has the power to bind but also the power to destroy. ‘Eternal Wish’ is both an ode and a warning sign about love and its many forms.
Exposing how the powerful suppress and discredit the truth, Ibsen’s ‘An Enemy Of The People’ has essential lessons for us during this pandemic.
In her latest column, Ranjani talks about how she turned to virtual tools for her lockdown reading, entertainment and education.
In a world where love is often temporary, Tia turns to coming-of-age stories to remember that there exists another, more courageous way.
If ‘The Hitchhiker’s Guide To The Galaxy’ is your favourite read, then these books with similar themes will keep you entertained for a long time.
Here are 8 Sherlock Holmes pastiches where Holmes goes about solving government conspiracies, tracks Jack The Ripper and makes a deal with Saint Peter.
To help tide you over during this lockdown and remind you of what it feels like to experience a city on foot, here are 7 books for those who miss wandering
Here’s a list of books by Ruskin Bond that help you discover the beauty of his writing and also prove that he is more than just a children’s author.
These nonfiction books about pandemics and epidemics show us how the world dealt with such situations in the past and ultimately prevailed.
This list traces the iconic works of Virginia Woolf that played a role in shaping the modernist novel through the use of innovative techniques.
John Green’s Looking For Alaska came out in 2005, and was adapted onscreen in 2019. Find out if the show matches the magic of the book.
Grammar can be tricky and confusing. If you are looking to improve yours, this piece tells you why Dreyer’s English is a must-read.
Leila is a 2017 novel written by Prayaag Akbar. In 2019 Netflix released a TV show of the same name. This article compares the two.