The Age of Reason
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The Age of Reason

After skeptically watching it lie in my rickety, little bookshelf, gathering dust for the last couple of months; I reluctantly picked up Sartre’s ‘The Age of Reason’ on a friend’s insistence. Reluctantly because I had known of Sartre’s fame and I know nothing about post-modernism, but the experience of reading …

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Perfect Blend of Mythology and History: The Krishna Key
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Perfect Blend of Mythology and History: The Krishna Key

In today’s times, where we hear elders saying all the time that we youngsters are away from our heritage more than ever before, The Krishna Key proves to be a game changer. ‘Krishna was the eighth Avatar of Vishnu – a manifestation of a form of energy that we shall …

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The Love Laws

The book I’ve chosen to review is called “The God of Small Things” written by an Indian author, Arundhati Roy. It is the debut novel of the author, falls under the category of fiction and illustrates the caste system and politics prevalent in India at the expense of two children …

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The Print Versus Digital Books Debate

The whole print versus electronic debate alludes to the larger contention between tradition and technology. Tradition is something that the present generation inherits from the previous one, and which carries with itself a sense of continuity with the past. Technology comes with a hint of revolution and novelty. Tim Wu, …

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Perusing the bookshelf
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Confessions Of A Librocubicularist

The books look at me innocently, their pristine covers glowing under the bright lights of the posh bookstore. Rows and rows of shelves filled with mystery, fiction, drama and romance. My eyes travel from one spine to another as my mind registers their names. My face erupts into a smile …

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Book Reviews

Lady Chatterley’s Lover : D.H. Lawrence’s Classic Revisited

At the outset I must indicate that this is not just a review. Lady Chatterley’s Lover was first published in Italy in 1928, and since then it has been reviewed numerous times. Why I chose an old classic instead of a fresh release is because, I believe, that the novel …

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An Affair with The Bridgertons
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An Affair with The Bridgertons

Ah!!! Finally I’m writing about my greatest passion in life- Books. And not just any book. Today, I’m penning down a few words about a particular adored and often delighted in series of novels that will leave any fellow romance-lover sighing with a dreamy grin. Such is the charm of …

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Discerning Language through Orwell's 1984
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Discerning Language through Orwell’s 1984

I have often heard people who delve into non-fiction say that they are realists and that fiction is merely a zone for the escapists. The point is, fiction never divorces reality; it either builds on it or opposes it. In fact, it is what intensifies the insignificant truth to make …

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Archie and the Gang!
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Archie and the Gang!

Comic books as the name itself suggests are mainly produced to instill a sense of mirth and cheerfulness in the reader. Despite the name, comic books are not chiefly focussed on humor but encompass many other genres too. Comics help us forget the boring and drab dilemmas of our daily …

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Shakespeare: The Ultimate Master of Pen
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Shakespeare: The Ultimate Master of Pen

When words are incarnated they have to be penned down by the master of English Language, William Shakespeare. He was one of the classiest writers of his era and his works are still analysed by literature students. Shakespeare took poetry to a whole new zone of visualization. The reader of …

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