The bygone year has seen the release of numerous page-turners that you might have not cared for. Here are the choicest bestsellers that you should think about twice before you kick off your new year agenda. Ipshita Hazra does the task of selecting the best of the gems for you.    The Woman in the Window... Continue Reading →

To celebrate his 157th birthday LIBRILINIA organized a public poll for readers. We came up with a bundle of questions regarding the works of Rabindranath Tagore. Among many of the responses we have handpicked a few. Here are the questions and their respective interesting responses!!   ''Name a character from Tagore's texts whom you want... Continue Reading →

    William Shakespeare was born on 23rd April, 1564. He is considered as the greatest writer in English language. As an actor, poet and playwright he lived a checkered life and was at the height of his popularity during his lifetime. Memes, which are the most popular phenomena in current social media, want to... Continue Reading →

'Contemporary poetry' is a misnomer. Poetry of one age does not cease to be so for another age. True poetry stretches itself beyond the charts of time. As it never withers, the poets are blessed with perpetual youth. Old poets visit us through new faces. They sing old ballads in new rhymes. And then we... Continue Reading →

Today on International Women's Day, two members of our reading club lists some of the memorable women they have met in the pages: TANMOY BISWAS's list: Inspirations: Becky Sharp (Vanity Fair, Thackeray) ) & Arabella Donn (Jude the Obscure, Thomas Hardy) Climber. Up to better life, materialistic gains and new man who would satiate her... Continue Reading →

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