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BOOK REVIEW
Stone Mattress by Margaret Atwood
  • Bloomsbury India
  • Pages: 288
  • Rs. 599
Atwood reimagines the folklore of Christmas Past
Payel Majumdar | 13th Sep

What does Stone Mattress, Margaret Atwood's latest, have in common with her recently concluded MaddAddam trilogy? Allegories are important to Atwood's...

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Manasi Subramaniam
THE UPSTART CROW
Humour and the Theory of Humours
13th Sep

Someone told me, after reading my last column, that Volpone did not sound very much like a comedy at all. I imagine...

AISHWARYA  SUBRAMANIAN
LEFT OF COOL
The grievous sin of killing your library
13th Sep

I find it very easy to be very annoyed by the sort of people who rhapsodise over the smell of books (you can now bu...

ADITYA MANI JHA

" It is convenient for people to forget about Chernobyl"

Ingrid Storholmen

Norwegian poet and literary critic

In 2011, as part of our college curriculum, my fourth-year geology class visited Jadugoda in Jharkha...

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07
January 2014
India At Turning Point

India International Centre - Multipurpose Hall, 40 Max Muller Marg Lodhi Estate, New Delhi-110003

Rupa Publications International cordially invites you to launch of 'India At Turning Point' The Road To Good Governance by T.S.R. Subramanian on 07th January, 2014.

"Writing is like sex. First you do it for love, then you do it for your friends, and then you do it for money."

Virginia Woolf

Before the Law -Franz Kafka read by Orson Wells

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