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Allahabad acquired its cultural iconicity in the spaces of the colonial public sphere, embodied in cafes,...
Nagarkar’s prose, both authorial and in the attributed “free indirect”, is unrelentingly flaccid and...
Pamuk’s poetics of the novel is informed by his craft and a ‘non-western’ specificity
The narrative skein of Rushdie’s new tale blazes with energy and adventure, with glimpses of adult concern
The novel as a whole seems to have been assembled in a prolonged fit of inattention
Our misguided faith in this ‘Globish-Inglish’ hides a vile elitism
A wonderfully engaging example of the fact that despite the hype surrounding the novels-with-large-advances,...
Agha Shahid Ali’s poetic persona embraced modernist reticence as well as the cacophony of Indic traditions
It isn't every day that one comes across a book that one can commend so unreservedly: a swift, elegant tale...
We get sharply etched events, but no underlying fabric of realism. And the two parts of the novel are in...
Majeed is particularly good on the dialectic of khudi and bekhudi—selfhood and selflessness—in Iqbal's...
Don't be distracted by his novelist reputation; Amit Chaudhuri proves to be an incisive cultural critic
A sultry landscape in fascinating detail, where dreams rise and die to the rhythm of the tide
There are many good things here, even if not all are exactly new—but Kumar is a talented reader, too.
Resurrecting the all-too-familiar battle of our historical establishment
A bold attempt to invent a full, enabling literary tradition for the IWE
A transmogrifying Rushdie still hits familiar tunes in a realigned world
Chaudhuri has been able to persuasively represent a deservedly neglected domain.
Perhaps the editors need a few more years for proof-reading?
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