Category: Review

TRAIN TO PAKISTAN, KHUSHWANT SINGH

By: Esha Mahendra As an Indian, we all know our history is both cruel and ruthless. It can be very well proved by remembering the independence struggle. The year was 1947 and the historical novel, written by Khushwant Singh Train to Pakistan (1956) describes those days very well. An estimated 14 million people were displaced…
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July 9, 2020 0

Men, Money and Chocolate By Menna Van Praag

Men, Money and Chocolate is one of the books we’d nonchalantly pick to read and yet feel overwhelmed by its charm to grip us into spiralling emotions. One can swiftly glide through the pages and still feel something profound and innately profuse brimming at the end of every page. One cannot shed the thought of…
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March 9, 2019 0

Death Of A Salesman, Arthur Miller

“You stuff somebody into the American dream, and it becomes a prison.” – Craig Lyle Thomas Death of a salesman is a 1949 play by American playwright Arthur Miller, where the American dream becomes the American tragedy for the protagonist Willy Loman by whom it is never quite realized. It can be best described as…
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March 9, 2019 0

Can you Keep a secret? – Sophie Kinsella

Hello readers, I want everyone to answer this – Can you keep a secret? Whether its yours or someone else. Whether it’s small or the long one. Effective or non-effective to you or someone? Looking forward for your answers! Trust me, it’s quite interesting. So, I bought this book from the World Book Fair, Delhi…
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March 2, 2018 0