The dumpster diver and the plastic smoker raised their fists. I was in the solemn, trapped
On a chilly winter morning of November 2010, I came across a story that would stamp my childhood permanently. It was the winter vacation and the school finals were just over. While playing board games at one of my friend’s, I found quite a picturesque book filled with illustrations and art. It was titled, The Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1876).
Whether it was in the past or in the present, Jo March instilled herself in every woman.
Irish author Paul Lynch won the 2023 Booker Prize for fiction on Sunday for his novel "Prophet Song," a dystopian work about an Ireland that descends into tyranny
When a dear friend recommended The God of Small Things by Arundhati Roy, it took me one page to grow up.
The book captures all the enjoyable experiences of travelling, and the food they ate, and provides descriptions of France's seas.
In some ways, Sharatchandra places the blame for Devdas's ensuing sorrow on his lack of courage, made all the more noticeable in comparison to Parbati's courage in breaking social norms despite the dire consequences it could have for her.