Book Reviews

Not by love alone

Lives of accomplished dancers and singers like Balasaraswati force us to rethink the notion that a woman’s life, unlike a man’s, must be built around love
Ratna Raman Delhi

Cold Peace, Hot War

Genre-bending fiction, like a purana on modern politics narrated by a cynical, urban dilettante

Sailen Routray Bangalore

Famously Private

The story of Salinger’s reclusive life resonates with the theme of his most famous story: you can enter the ‘phony adult world’ and yet not be phony Satyadeep Delhi

Famously Private

The story of Salinger’s reclusive life resonates with the theme of his most famous story: you can enter the ‘phony adult world’ and yet not be phony
Satyadeep Delhi 

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Liberation’s Women

The violence of rape was responded to with more violence by the new Bangladeshi State, represented by liberators, Bengali men
Mukherjee P Guwahati

Hindutva's Green

An excellent study whereby many holy myths are exploded, especially the bogus, media-manufactured myth of Anna Hazare
Akash Bisht Delhi

The many biographies of ‘New India’

To make sense of our possible futures, we must learn ways of story-telling from our pre-colonial past
Sailen Routray Bangalore

Nothing Anthropological about Alice!

Mohammed Hanif does not seem self-conscious of the 'marginality' of his protagonist, Alice Bhatti of Karachi
Aakshi Magazine Delhi

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Doubt, Challenge, Redefine…

So what is a women's movement really?
Samprati Pani Delhi

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