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The poet as mythopoeic hero:

The poet as mythopoeic hero:

Arts & Letters

Fri, Nov 10 2017

Adonis, the biggest living Arabic poet, will take the centre stage at the DLF this year

From the Directors of Dhaka Lit Fest:...

From the Directors of Dhaka Lit Fest:...

Arts & Letters

Fri, Nov 10 2017

Like every year, the DLF will celebrate diversity and pluralism, other languages and cultures, whilst...

How things have changed!

How things have changed!

Arts & Letters

Fri, Nov 10 2017

Story of the journey through the years

Between fiction and nonfiction

Between fiction and nonfiction

Arts & Letters

Fri, Nov 10 2017

An interview with Lawrence Osborne

Shining light on the grey areas

Shining light on the grey areas

Arts & Letters

Wed, Nov 8 2017

Bachi Karkaria, Sudeep Chakravarti, Samrat Chowdhury, Jyoti Malhotra, Garga Chatterjee and Justin Rowlatt,...

Azeem Ibrahim’s book is even more relevant...

Azeem Ibrahim’s book is even more relevant...

Arts & Letters

Thu, Nov 2 2017

Persecution of the Rohingya community in Myanmar will constitute one of the most highlighted panels this...

Spoken word poets a must see at

Spoken word poets a must see at

Writing

Thu, Nov 2 2017

Getting up on stage and vocalising those pieces, to not do it would be neglecting the alliance of speaking...

‘Our hunger can change the world’

‘Our hunger can change the world’

Arts & Letters

Wed, Nov 1 2017

A review of Ben Okri’s ‘The Famished Road,’ one of the most highlighted books at this year’s DLF

Nandana Sen as a writer

Nandana Sen as a writer

Arts & Letters

Wed, Nov 1 2017

Nandana has gained fame in the Indian film industry both as an actor as well as a screenwriter

The shadow world we barely know

The shadow world we barely know

Arts & Letters

Wed, Nov 1 2017

Andrew Feinstein on the global arms trade

Fiction of Lawrence Osborne: Allegories...

Fiction of Lawrence Osborne: Allegories...

Arts & Letters

Sun, Oct 29 2017

Instead of being a tale of morality and only that, Osborne couches its moral investigations into the...

DSC jury to announce winner at the...

DSC jury to announce winner at the...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Oct 28 2017

'We welcome everyone to join the prize giving ceremony, which will be a special occasion and will be...

Two new books on Tagore from BPL

Two new books on Tagore from BPL

Arts & Letters

Tue, Oct 10 2017

The books shed new light on Tagore

The rich history of Buddhism in...

The rich history of Buddhism in...

Arts & Letters

Sun, Oct 8 2017

A review of 'Buddhist Heritage of Bangladesh'

The Trek

The Trek

Arts & Letters

Sun, Oct 8 2017

A short story

A clutch of poems

A clutch of poems

Arts & Letters

Sun, Oct 8 2017

Five poems from the October issue

A breathtaking manuscript of...

A breathtaking manuscript of...

Arts & Letters

Sun, Oct 8 2017

A review of the Golden Globe winning 'Nocturnal Animals'

A touch of the soul through painted...

A touch of the soul through painted...

Arts & Letters

Sun, Oct 8 2017

A book note on Neeman Sobhan's poetry collection, 'Calligraphy of Wet Leaves'

Teleiotēs

Teleiotēs

Arts & Letters

Sun, Oct 8 2017

A short story

Ancestral home

Ancestral home

Arts & Letters

Sun, Oct 8 2017

Bengali classics in translation

An evening with a friend

An evening with a friend

Arts & Letters

Sun, Oct 8 2017

A short story by Syed Shamsul Haq