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Winter reads to warm your soul

Winter reads to warm your soul

D2

Mon, Jan 4 2021

Wash off the bad juju of 2020 with these uplifting reads

BOOK REVIEW: A look at Bangladesh --...

BOOK REVIEW: A look at Bangladesh --...

Sarwar Jahan Chowdhury

Fri, Dec 4 2020

Bangladesh at 50: Development and Challenges provides new insight into our country

When there is no prison like home

When there is no prison like home

Arts & Letters

Wed, Oct 7 2020

A review of 'Hellfire' 

Tackling the difficult political history...

Tackling the difficult political history...

Atiur Rahman

Fri, Dec 20 2019

Professor Nurul Islam’s exploration of India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh should be required reading...

‘Heaven’s Breath: A Natural History...

‘Heaven’s Breath: A Natural History...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Sep 14 2019

Nicholas Lezard’s Choice

Gunpowder, prison and plot

Gunpowder, prison and plot

Arts & Letters

Sat, Jul 13 2019

Book review

A fantasy unlike any other

A fantasy unlike any other

Arts & Letters

Sat, May 11 2019

Book review

‘The Fate of Butterflies’: A quietly...

‘The Fate of Butterflies’: A quietly...

Arts & Letters

Wed, May 8 2019

Nayantara Sahgal’s new work of fiction leads readers into a frightening world that makes us wonder...

Girls on the move

Girls on the move

Arts & Letters

Sat, Dec 8 2018

Review of Paromita Heem’s ‘Nargis’

Twisted Minds

Twisted Minds

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Nov 8 2018

A sneak peak at “What lurks beyond”

All in the family

All in the family

Arts & Letters

Mon, Nov 5 2018

'The Friendly Ones' is nevertheless a reliable story of the complexities and absurdities...

Nicholas Lezard’s Choice: ‘The David...

Nicholas Lezard’s Choice: ‘The David...

Arts & Letters

Wed, Oct 10 2018

I think 'Mozartishly' is particularly apt, and contains the idea that its creator somehow knew...

Nicholas Lezard’s Choice: ‘A Hero for...

Nicholas Lezard’s Choice: ‘A Hero for...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Sep 8 2018

It’s one of those books that seems to lift off its own pages: it’s an enactment of the very...