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In the late winter months of 1801, a man named Lockwood rents a villa called Thrushcross Grange in the confined field nation of England. Here, he meets his morose proprietor, …

Ayan DebWuthering Heights by Emily Brontë: Plot Overview
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  Khaled Hosseini’s shattering introduction work, The Kite Runner, is the first novel to fictionalize the Afghan society for a Western readership In this, obviously the first Afghan novel to …

Dibyendu PaulThe Kite Runner: An Afghan haunted by his past
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Sai lives with her grand-dad, a previous judge, in a rotting house at the foot of Mount Kanchenjunga in the north-eastern Himalayas. Stranded at an adolescent age, she has experienced …

Ayan DebThe Inheritance of Loss – Book Review
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In Jhumpa Lahiri’s novel, The Lowland Geography is Destiny. Her title alludes to a mucky stretch of area between two lakes in a Calcutta neighborhood where two nearby siblings grow …

Ayan DebBook Review: The Lowland By Jhumpa Lahiri
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They’re tosh, obviously. Anyway are the enchanted stories and otherworldly thoughts of Paulo Coelho agreeable tosh? Is it true that they are, say, in the Matrix class? Laurence Fishburne thinks …

Dibyendu PaulBook Review: Eleven Minutes By Paulo Coelho
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Veronika is twenty-four. She has excellence, a great occupation, a beau, a family… however there is something missing. The void inside her develops until she settles on a definitive choice …

Dibyendu PaulBook Review: Veronika Decides To Die by Paulo Coelho
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Veronika Decides to Die was one of the first books I read of Paulo Coelho – it’s likewise one of my top picks. I discovered it to be a moving …

Dibyendu PaulThe Devil and Miss Prym – Book Review
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  All things considered, there was Three Cups of Tea and what a calamity that ended up being! Greg Mortenson and David Oliver Relin‘s 2007 record of how medical caretaker …

Dibyendu PaulAnd the Mountains Echoed by Khaled Hosseini : Book Review
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The late Satyajit Ray frequently communicated lament about the absence of value composing on film by its own particular professionals. Filmmaking is such a demanding process that directors – especially …

Ayan DebSpeaking of Films – A Book Review