ePaper

Friday, September 22, 2017

A fraction of the whole

| By
Ram Sarangan explores Orhan Pamuk's latest novel that draws succor from father-son myths in Western and Eastern cultural traditions The death of a father or son
A fraction of the whole

Magical vision of the refugee crisis

| By
Sukhdev Sandhu ransacks the reason that a couple leaves an unnamed city in search of a new life, which has depicted by the authorExit West, a
Magical vision of the refugee crisis

How to catch a bandit

| By
RK Vij delineates the first-hand account of the capture and killing of Veerappan, as portrayed by the authorThe mission accomplished on the night of October 18,
How to catch a bandit

Self-sunken verses

| By
Ishrat Binte Aftab is eluded  by the writer's voracious and ardent attempt of expressing self-thoughts  Oftentimes we make conversation with ourselves, listen to the voice deep down inside
Self-sunken  verses

Poetry as modifier of human experiences

| By
Liton Chakraborty Mithun gets amazed by the contextures of sentiment, interpretation and significance of the poetWilliam Carlos Williams in his poem "Asphodel, That Greeny Flower" opines, 
Poetry as modifier of human experiences

A book that describes the long way of development communication

| By
Main Uddin Ahmed tried to mention in brief that  the book will help a reader very much in dealing  with communication for development 'Unnoyon Jogajog'- Development
A book that describes the long way of development communication

Border dispatch

| By
Mani Shankar Aiyar explores conventional strands of terrorism but also delves into the  daily-ness of the average Pakistani with much enthusiasm that revealed by the writerMeena
Border dispatch

Remembering the rebel poet…

| By and Meena Banerjee
Nazrul is still remembered as 'Vidrohi Kavi', a fiery rebel poet who raised his voice against injustice in every sphere of life! Born in Churulia (West Bengal), Nazrul
Remembering the rebel poet…

Nazrul's letter to Nargis

| By and Kazi Nazrul Islam
Introduction and translation:  Subrata Kumar Das[Nargis Asar Khanam or Sayada Khatun was the first wife of Kazi Nazrul Islam, though they did not experience that marriage-life at
Nazrul's letter to Nargis

Devapala: Merging history with literature

| By
Ishrat Binte Aftab is amazed by the novelist's anecdotal portrayal  of imagination and realityThe history of Bengal lies in numerous migrations, rulers, dynasties and mostly transitions.
Devapala: Merging history  with literature

A chilling meditation on loss and time

| By
Tessa Hadley depicts the rural village, the missing girl, the search for a body … then life goes on, as an archetypal story, rekindled with  explosive results that
A chilling meditation on loss and time

The mingling of imagination and experience

| By
Liton Chakraborty Mithun explores the poet's  self-made world of loveAmerican poet Matthew Zapruder in a recent article published in the Paris Review said, "Poetry is a
The mingling of imagination and experience

Scintillating arrival of a mighty wordsmith on Bangladeshi poetry

| By
Liton Chakraborty Mithun gets amazed by the expressions,  emotions and thoughts of the poet'Poetry is ordinary language raised to the Nth power. Poetry is boned with
Scintillating arrival of a mighty wordsmith on Bangladeshi poetry

Metamorphic undulations before and after 1947

| By and Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury
Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury unveils the essence of a research work that connects history with socio-political orbits and theological perspectivesAsim Roy's book Islam O Bangali Musalman
Metamorphic undulations before and after 1947

The poet writes on Bangabandhu and an associate

| By
Main Uddin Ahmed attempted to find out how words can contain respect,  history and thyme simultaneously'Mohan Muzib Monsur' is a book of poems written by young
The poet writes on Bangabandhu  and an associate

The killing of seven revolutionaries

| By
Tusar Talukder comes across a darkened chapter of our political history Matiur Rahman's Khapra Ward Hotyakando 1950 is a record of political history, quite unknown to
The killing of seven revolutionaries

A bravura journey into America's past

| By
Alex Clark explores notions of national identity and self-renewal as two young  soldiers find intimacy amid the horrors of warSebastian Barry's commitment to telling the stories
A bravura journey into America's past

In 'So Much Blue,' a married painter spills secrets

| By
Gerald Early illustrates thoughts and behavior of a  creative heart that elaborates the writerPercival Everett might have called his latest novel "Mood Indigo," after the famous
In 'So Much Blue,' a married painter spills secrets

A tale of tribulations under autocracy

| By Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury
Mahfuz Ul Hasib Chowdhury flashes inquisitive light on the price paid by a famed politician and a  veteran scholar for the sustenance of democratic valuesPolitical leaders
A tale of tribulations under autocracy

The Bania's eye view

| By Samantak Das
Samantak Das reveals an engaging story of a people who have done  much to make India what it is today that depicted by the writer"There are
The Bania's eye view

© 2017 The Asian Age