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Best comics for your pull over list

By Anuradha Punyani Remember our favorite childhood indulgence? Yes, comics. Before Instagram reels and the recent toddler’s favorite ‘Peppa pig,’ comics kept us occupied throughout the day. Although Gen Z is as much an avid reader of comics as we were back in those days, the true essence of comics hasn’t traversed the time scale. […]

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Light hearted books to end your day on a high

By Navya D. Put aside the woes of the world and read some of the best rib-ticklers ever written, from laugh-out-loud novels to stinging satires to memoirs by confirmed Very Funny People. In some areas, there’s snobbishness that says you’re not meant to laugh at books. Films? Sure. Comedians? Yes, of course. What are the […]

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The death of dictionaries: Is it inevitable?

I still remember leafing through the chronological order of a bulky vocabulary book to find a word’s meaning. Dictionaries are the only databases of meaning we had when there were no smartphones. The arduous task of exploring words and their meanings was tiresome but it was fun back then. Want to know the meaning of […]

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Best crime reads of 2021 so far

From Stephen King to Agatha Christie, criminal fictions are one of the popular literary genres. Be it a short psychological thriller or a series of criminal novels, a good crime fiction never fails to intrigue you. Especially during the pandemic induced lockdowns, the genre gained larger prominence as more and more people indulged in thrillers […]

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Indian Author special: Durjoy Datta

Durjoy Datta is a motivational speaker, author, and entrepreneur. He is a screenwriter best known for his coffee-table novels on young Indians’ romantic lives. Due to this, Durjoy Datta is one of the favourite writers of most Indian readers. He has a sizable fan base, which is primarily made up of the country’s youth. Datta’s […]

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Ten Most Popular Villains in English Literature

By Pranjali Wakde It is obvious to fall in love with heroes and heroines, but it is the villains who add that much-needed spice in the books. Simply put, without a villain, there’s no point in the story at all. Fortunately, the readers understand how vital this figure is – and that is exactly why […]

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Prose: the foundation of literature

By Navya D Prose is a natural flow of language and sentences used in literature. It can be both fictional and non-fictional. Unlike poetry, prose is present only in sentences and paragraphs whereas you find lists and stanzas in poetic and other similar forms of literature. Prose resembles natural speech. Most of the literature is […]

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Indian Author special: Chetan Bhagat

By Anuradha Punyani Chetan Bhagat, known as a people’s author, is India’s most widely read author. He began his career at IIM and went on to become a light-hearted and accessible novelist. His works are not only enjoyable for readers, but they also serve as an inspiration for aspiring authors. In 2008, the New York […]

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Book Villains who don’t deserve your sympathy

Books showcase a set of characters that are the centre of the story. There are the heroes, who are loved by all, thanks to the virtue of their position in the narrative. There are anti-heroes, who are, these days, favoured more than any other characters. And lastly, the villains, a type that boils your blood […]

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