The Muslim Vanishes by Saeed Naqvi – Book Review
The Muslim Vanishes is probably the most important political fiction since Jinnah: India, Partition, Independence.
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Farside – Everybody Has Another Side – Book Review
The story of Jaishankar Krishnamurthy’s and Krishna Udayashankar’s Farside is as simple as the title sounds. The book is what a good eight-part Netflix series could be about. It’s got it all – greed, gambling, blackmail, escorts, and politics.
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Political Maneuvering in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar
Julius Caesar is one of Shakespeare’s most famous plays and is regarded as one of the greatest historical and political plays ever. As the name suggests the play is based on the life of Julius Caesar, a Roman military general, and depicts his assassination and its plot.
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In Conversation With Priya Kapoor
Priya Kapoor: ‘I hope readers and lovers of books keep up the demand and support their local bookshops.’
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Moral Responsibility of Literature Enthusiasts
The best thing we as literary enthusiasts can do is to buy books offline. And look beyond the reviews and stars.
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