Jana Natya Manch,
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The book is author's last, most enigmatic and daring of her novels. It spans the period from the partition of the time of the Mandir-Masjid dispute in Ayodhya in the early Nineties, consistently co...
The Three Innocents, & Ors.
This delightful anthology offers us a rare glimpse into a less known aspect of Ismat Chughtai's writing – the warmth, humour and affection with which she writes on childhood. Shedding al...
Bread Beauty Revolution
Khwaja Ahmad Abbas
The Hindi Canon
This book, first published in 2015 in Hindi, was acclaimed as one of the first critical studies on the processes of canonization (pratimanikaran) in Hindi. Its use of the English term ‘c...
Pliable Pupils and Sufficient Self-Directors
In Pliable Pupils and Sufficient Self-Directors, Barnita Bagchi examines writings that focus on female education and development by five representative British women writers who flourished...
They called her 'Barsa' in Arabic. Barsa—the one who does not veil her face, the one who does not bow her head, the one who asks questions. "Sabitha and Rasheed, a doct...
Carpentaria starts before time begins. It offers a portrait of a fictional town called Desperance in the Gulf country of north-western Queensland, where whites have pushed the Aboriginal people to ...
Give Us This Day a Feast of Flesh
Where the word becomes flesh, where reason is dazzled and magic reigns supreme: in that world delves Rajkumar. Sensuous and ferocious, the poetry of Rajkumar cracks open a world that offers the mod...
The Modernist Papers
Contents : The Modernist Papers Fredric Jameson Introduction Part - 1 1. The Poetics of Totality 2. Celine and Innocence Part - 2 3. Form Production in the Magic Mountain 4. Kalka's Dialectic 5. Al...