Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Book-Reviews

Inspired by Love – Anna Maria reviewing Latha Prem Sakhya’s ‘Nature at my Doorsteps’

Latha Prem Sakhya, Nature at my doorstep. Roots and Wings Publishers, 2011, pp.xxi + 103,Price Rs.150/-, ISBN 978-81-909900-3-5. ‘Nature at my doorstep’ is the second...

Dr. R.C Shukla’ s ‘The Parrot Shrieks 2’: A Portrayal of Lover’s Cravings for ‘Anand’ or Bliss – Abnish Singh & Dr. Shardha Sharma...

Dr. R. C. Shukla (b. April 7, 1943) is a well-known poet of Modern India. Though he has been writing poems in English for...

The Notion of selfhood in Bharati Mukherjee’s ‘Wife’ and ‘Jasmine’ : A Comparative Study – Reetika Jamwal, Himachal Pradesh

Bharati Mukherjee, an Indian- American immigrant author, and a professor of English at the University of California represents in her novels the contemporary woman’s...

Reveiw of R.K.Das’s ‘The Grass Flower’ by Dr. P.G Rama Rao, Hyderabad

It gives me great pleasure to unveil The Grass-Flower, a beautiful collection of poems of Ramakanta Das .His sensitive perceptions of the life around...

Manu Joseph’s ‘Serious Men’ – A review by Prathiba Wilson

Many, award winning novels tend to dwell in the melancholic view of emerging India, and Serious Men by Manu Joseph is no exception. But...

Language and Postcolonialism: Anita Desai’s ‘In Custody’ – Dr Rita Garg

Since the beginning of her career as a novelist, Anita Desai has carved a niche for her works. She is known for the exposure...

Reviewing Khushwant Singh’s ‘The Sunset Club’ by Thara D’Souza

If Khushwant Singh decides to write again I will definitely read that book. Reading and discussing his books has always made me and my...

Reviewing Sandor Marai’s Casanova in Bolzano by Jacab Abraham

Literary Masterpieces have always their own secret stories to tell, when Sandor Marai’s Embers and Casanova in Bolzano came to the world in English...

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