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Forgotten past and songs from the...

Forgotten past and songs from the...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Aug 6 2016

A review of Wasi Ahmed's Tolkuthurir Gaan

The man who shaped the understanding...

The man who shaped the understanding...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Aug 6 2016

A tribute to KG Subramnyan's life and works

Sehri tales

Sehri tales

Arts & Letters

Sat, Aug 6 2016

The last installment of short poems written during sehri times

On memory

On memory

Arts & Letters

Sat, Aug 6 2016

A nonfiction traversing memories of early childhood and cinema halls, of love and loss

Addressing the difficulties in...

Addressing the difficulties in...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Aug 6 2016

A review of Translation Studies: Exploring Identities

Growing up with books

Growing up with books

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 2 2016

In this time and age when reading habits are being replaced by watching habits, children are naturally...

For the love of whales

For the love of whales

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 2 2016

A few weeks back, Arts & Letters received an interview with a Marine biologist who specialises in the...

Magic realism in context

Magic realism in context

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 2 2016

In 1925, Franz Roh coined the now-famous phrase “magic realism”, though the idea was widely spread...

Captain Suresh Biswas, myth and...

Captain Suresh Biswas, myth and...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 2 2016

“… he had a hero. Another Bengali, who left home a hundred years ago and went to England, working as...

The novel that is yet to be

The novel that is yet to be

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 2 2016

Both the younger and older generations of writers have written stories on the biggest achievement of...

Lakhindar Babu, please listen

Lakhindar Babu, please listen

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 2 2016

Shawkat Ali is a leading Bangladeshi fiction writer. His most notable novels include Prodoshe Prakritojon,...

History for youngsters

History for youngsters

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 2 2016

This emotional appeal serves the story very well as it is written and prepared in the first person, drawing...

In London at the Globe

In London at the Globe

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 2 2016

“Anything special,” my brother asked over the phone, “you want to do while over here?” 2016 is the...

The light that never goes out

The light that never goes out

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 2 2016

Professor Serajul Islam Choudhury reached eighty on June 23, 2016. He is affectionately called SIC Sir...