With You; Without You – review

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With You; Without You is the debut novel by author Prabhat Ranjan who hails from Patna, Bihar. His novel deals with the theme of love, friendship, betrayal, confusion, emotional conflict and various other themes which will certainly be useful for the youths as well as the serious fiction readers who want to go beyond the text. Written in Hindi, the language usage as well as the pattern of the narrative used by Prabhat Ranjan is not only noteworthy ...

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An Apology for Shakespeare – review

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An Apology for Shakespeare is a poetry collection by a well-known poet from Kerala, S A Joseph. A bold and innovative poetry tradition seems to be emerging when you see at the writings by him because, in those, S A Joseph has done the things which the poets generally don’t do or think of doing so. The poet has presented his book to the readers as a defence of poetry and the poet makes us think that he ...

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Uske Hisse Ka Pyar – Book Preview

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Ashish Dalal’s debut book Uske Hisse Ka Pyar will be available for pre-orders on Amazon from 15th of November 2017! His book has been appreciated by the initial readers and the critics of Hindi literature who has read the book beforehand and pre-release. Uske Hisse Ka Pyar is a short story collection which offers 17 beautiful short stories to the readers. In this book, readers will find all the aspects of love which can possibly arise in the ...

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The Elephant Chaser’s Daughter

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The Elephant Chaser’s Daughter by Shilpa Raj is a book which cannot be supposed to be the very debut book by an author because the book shows far more maturity and seriousness in theme and narrative than that! Shilpa’s book, for the starters, is a nonfiction while most of the authors decide to jump into writing with a convenient fiction, much easier than penning a serious book with graver social issues that Shilpa has done. Launched on 28 ...

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A Critical History of English Literature: David Daiches | Review

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David Daiches is a pretty familiar name for the people who happen to be somehow related to English literature. Students, university dons, college lecturers, school teachers, literary enthusiasts or any ‘someone’ who happens to read something about English literature, should (now or then) surely go through David Daiches’ writings about English literature and then it comes to his magnum opus – A Critical History of English Literature! This is a book on the historical documentation of English literature ...

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