Monday, June 21, 2021

Book-Reviews

From Epic Poetry to Twitter with a Twist: Chindu Sreedharan’s Retelling of The Mahabharata in Epic Retold-Jayendrina Singha Ray, New Delhi

Chindu Sreedharan’s book Epic Retold flouts the traditional expectations of an epic. His hero, here the protagonist and narrator, is not of superhuman stature;...

C.S. Venkiteswaran about the book ‘The Liquid Gallery’ by Pushkin E.H.

In a world seemingly reeling under excess – of words, sounds, images, narratives, information, responses.., one soon loses touch with oneself; we tend to...

A bond between mother and son – A Book Review on Emma Donoghue’s novel ‘Room’ by Dr Vishal Tayade,

 Room, the multi-awarded novel by Emma Donoghue is one of the most pleasurable books I have read in recent past. It’s really a great...

Dr Anshu Pandey reviewing Life..Love..Kumbh, the fiction by Aporva Kala

Life..Love..kumbh.. is not one of those books that can be read in one sitting.  I had a tough time getting through this book. Life..Love..Kumbh...

Mighty Touch that Stays on You- A Book Review on Jacob Issac’s Sense of Enigma by P A Noushad

The ordinary things portrayed with extraordinary enthusiasm and trying to delve into the mind of man through simple diction are the qualities I enjoyed...

The Door is Half Open, an anthology of Poems by Susheel Kumar Sharma – Carol Abrahms, South Africa

Susheel Kumar Sharma, The Door is Half Open. New Delhi: Adhyayan Publishers & Distributors. 2012. ISBN: 978-81-8435-341-9. pages 141, 150.00/ US $ 10.00 /UK...

Graceful Green, an anthology of poems by Sonia Dalia – Dr Shamenaz, Uttar Pradesh

“Writing poetry is a fascination for some, a passion for some others while it is a religion for many. A poet does not demand...

Silent Moments of Melancholy, an anthology of Poems by Amol Redij – Dr Shamenaz, Uttar Pradesh

Silent Moments of Melancholy is a collection of poems by Amol Redij, who is a budding poet and a new star in the field...

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