Sweet Bean Paste (2013) by Durian Sukegawa is a tale of friendship and redemption in an unforgiving society.
Sally Rooney is well known for transforming her novels into visually pleasing and satisfactory adaptations.
The exhibition ends today (June 25) at 9 pm BST.
Tokhon Golper Tore (Pendulum Publishers, 2022) is Rifat Anjum Pia’s debut collection even though she has been writing for quite a few years now.
With the Russia-Ukraine war continuing and the (consequent) wave of inflation that has struck the world, serious concerns for
The English and Humanities Department at the University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB) is organising its second session of ULAB Literary Salon on June 18, 2022, from 5 to 7 pm, at the ULAB Research Building auditorium in their Dhanmondi campus. In discussion this session is the critically acclaimed novel, Cyber Mage, which will also be launched at the event. ‘Cyber Mage’ is a new novel by Saad Z. Hossain, who is amongst some of the most remarkable English fiction writers of modern Bangladesh. He has been published by top imprints in South Asia and the world. His novel, Cyber Mage, is proudly published in Bangladesh by ULAB Press.
The second volume of Rehman Sobhan’s memoirs, Untranquil Recollections: Political Economy of Nation Building in Post-Liberation Bangladesh (University Press Limited, 2022) deals primarily with the years of 1972 to 1975,
“My pain was so severe that I ran a fever of 104 degrees, and as I shook and trembled uncontrollably, the doctors finally performed an emergency C-section”, reveals Anushay Hossain, author of The Pain Gap (Simon and Schuster, 2021), in the introduction of her book.
At its core, Alphabetica is a satire on majoritarianism.
What we want to see is the original comics' innocence revisited.
I wanted to share my personal reading order of Alice’s work and a glance into what you can expect from each.