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“Paper has more patience than people.”
Dive deep into literature with us as we talk about everything ever written from the time of Mohenjo Daro to this date. Find book reviews, our favorite authors, our interpretation of texts and characters, and a lot more in this section.

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The Woods by Harlan Coben | Book Review

Twenty years ago, on a camp, four teenagers went missing, one of whom was Paul’s sister. A fact for which Paul has never been able to forgive himself. Read.

Hunger by Jayanta Mahapatra | Critical Appreciation

The Hunger is a poem about a father pushing his daughter into prostitution as a result of poverty and hunger. What can hunger make a man do? Read More.

Major Events of 19th Century & Their Impact on Literature

The 19th Century was known as the Victorian Age as Queen Victoria ascended the English Throne in 1837. She ruled for the next 63...

Wanderlust Through pages of ‘Childhood Days’

5:40 p.m. Sarai Rohilla station. The Delhi-Jaipur double-decker express whistled to mark its journey onward and suddenly, a low tone was capturing my mind. My...

Dead Famous by Ben Elton | Book Review

I came across this book - 'Dead Famous', not very old, published in 2001. It is a wonderful piece of fiction, set in a reality TV show.

Night of the Scorpion by Nissim Ezekiel | Critical Appreciation

I remember the night my mother was stung by a scorpion. Ten hours of steady rain had driven him to crawl beneath a sack of rice. Parting with...
Mrinal Stories by rabindranath Tagor - Panoramic Tales

The Brave, Bold and Beautiful Women in the Stories by Rabindranath...

Year 1877 A blooming city of Calcutta, trying to rise above its stigmas and a man changing the world view through his pen. The Great...
Cell by Stephen King - Book Review

Cell By Stephen King | Book Review

This week's suggestion is "Cell by Stephen King". The story shows a post-apocalyptic scenario where people have turned into savage monsters. Find out more.
Room by Emma Donoghue

Room by Emma Donoghue | Book Review

This week's suggestion is "Room by Emma Donoghue". It takes you on a rollercoaster of emotions. There's a highly acclaimed film based on this novel as well. The story has a very real setup and leaves you shaken with its haunting crime.
What are self help books

What are Self-help books?

Many are calling the "Self-help book" genre as the best-selling genre of all time. Take your time to browse through some of our top suggestions.

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What is almost a necessity to making a good photograph? A good camera lens. Here are the various types of lenses along with their respective uses. Read.

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