Quest in transition: Midnight’s children

 In this restless time of ours, when nationality is being re-evaluated in terms of nationalism, we all must go back to the root of it- a journey that has been reverberating through every self of man at every stage of an'Independent India'. Every reader goes through a special journey with Rushdie’s masterful work, and with... Continue Reading →

Satrapi’s Saturn: PERSEPOLIS

Marjane Satrapi's graphic novel PERSEPOLIS has always been the talk of the readers' town. The touching memoir of her life has surpassed the graphic representation of the experiences. A woman caught in the web of Islamic values searches for her freedom and finds refuge in the warm memories of childhood. Sonia Roy explores how the world... Continue Reading →

ULYSSES is a Bank

That day Mr. Bloom was worried that he might not be able to pay off Mr. Joyce from whom he had borrowed a large sum to celebrate and buy stuff  for the upcoming Bloom'sday and then we calmed him down and said that nobody pays that man back he doesn't mind he's a nice fellow... Continue Reading →

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