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That dark cloud over your head

That dark cloud over your head

Shafayat Nazam Rasul

Fri, Aug 2 2019

There’s no shame in seeking help for depression

No poetry in Paris

No poetry in Paris

Arts & Letters

Sat, May 11 2019

Famous smokes

Young people do love Shakespeare

Young people do love Shakespeare

Anik Kabir

Fri, Apr 26 2019

Why the Bard is still a relevant part of the curriculum

Chinho Mela: A place for literature,...

Chinho Mela: A place for literature,...

Event

Wed, Mar 13 2019

The fair organized over 100 stalls featuring literary magazines from Bangladesh and India rich with literary...

The mysterious disappearance of Bengali...

The mysterious disappearance of Bengali...

Towheed Feroze

Sun, Mar 3 2019

Nowadays, there is a noticeable lack of cloak-and-dagger storytelling in Bengali literature

How to be both

How to be both

Qazi Mustabeen Noor

Thu, Feb 21 2019

Living in a world of two languages

Amit Chaudhuri’s new literary...

Amit Chaudhuri’s new literary...

Arts & Letters

Sun, Feb 3 2019

Amit Chaudhuri takes on literary ambition and spiritual meditations of Bengali sweetmeats in two new...

A month of books

A month of books

Editorial

Fri, Feb 1 2019

The annual event has showcased Bangladesh’s culture, literature, and heritage

Please pay the authors

Please pay the authors

Ekram Kabir

Fri, Jan 25 2019

Otherwise, our literature will suffer

A towering presence

A towering presence

Md Monirul Islam

Thu, Dec 27 2018

Khan Bahadur Ahsanullah’s importance to language, literature, and culture cannot be

A Dickensian Christmas

A Dickensian Christmas

Joan Fitzpatrick

Tue, Dec 25 2018

When literature influences tradition

Another open letter to DLF

Another open letter to DLF

Ikhtisad Ahmed

Fri, Nov 23 2018

Bangla-language publisher Shamsuzzoha Manik was in jail for almost eight months in 2016. DLF and its...

Are these seats taken?

Are these seats taken?

SN Rasul

Mon, Nov 12 2018

A literary festival won’t be everybody’s cup of tea, and that’s OK

Women at Wit’s End

Women at Wit’s End

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Nov 8 2018

Are women gaining ground in comedy just because it is an age of visual culture?

A feast of words

A feast of words

Editorial

Wed, Nov 7 2018

DLF has always stood out as a beacon of free expression, and this time will be no different

A short account on Al-Mu’allaqat

A short account on Al-Mu’allaqat

Weekend Tribune

Thu, Sep 20 2018

Story of a set of seven poems which still remains a relatively unknown treasure that Arabic literature...

Interlacing lives from diverse...

Interlacing lives from diverse...

Arts & Letters

Sat, Aug 11 2018

Review of Arif Anwar’s ‘The Storm’

A maverick of Bengali mysticism

A maverick of Bengali mysticism

Towheed Feroze

Sun, Jul 22 2018

Humayun Ahmed’s fiction reflected a desire to be free from the constraints of mundane reality

6 years without Humayun Ahmed

6 years without Humayun Ahmed

Showtime

Thu, Jul 19 2018

A series of prayers were held for Humayun’s spirit in Nuhash Polli

Two and two make five

Two and two make five

Opinion

Fri, Jun 8 2018

Nearly 70 years after its publication, Orwell’s classic Nineteen Eighty-Four remains as relevant...

'Reading globally and writing locally...

'Reading globally and writing locally...

Magazine

Sun, Jun 3 2018

Visiting scholar Dr Rita S Nezami talks about developing nuanced perspectives about global issues in...