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The Ends Of The Earth by Roger Willemsen
Willemsen’s voyages cover places that most travellers do not get to see, spanning five continents and records experiences that may or may not happen to everyone.
Reviewed by Anjana Basu
Magazine | Sep 28, 2015
Spain: The Centre Of The World 1519-1682 by Robert Goodwin
Amidst colonial ruination and the Inquisition, Spain was once a beacon for the West. It’s glory is served well here.
Reviewed by Gustavo de Aristegui
Magazine | Sep 21, 2015
Three Rivers And A Tree: The Story Of Allahabad University by Neelum Saran Gour
Gaur traces the origin and phenomenal development of the university with exemplary thoroughness and accuracy
Reviewed by Noorul Hasan
Magazine | Sep 21, 2015
The Films Of Adoor Gopalakrishnan: A Cinema Of Emancipation by Suranjan Ganguly
Close analyses of Adoor’s exquisitely crafted films has at its centre the filmmaker’s figure of the ‘outsider’
Reviewed by Amitava Nag
Magazine | Sep 14, 2015
India And The World: Through The Eyes Of Indian Diplomats by Surendra Kumar
Differ though they may in tone and tenor, the essays are uniformly well-researched and analysed and written with the advantage of the insider
Reviewed by Navtej Sarna
Magazine | Sep 14, 2015
The Year Of The Runaways by Sunjeev Sahota
The runaways are our fellow citizens who claw their way to the UK—all to face a harsh fate. This is their tale.
Reviewed by Anjana Basu
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015
R.D. Burman: The Prince Of Music by Khagesh Dev Burman
Apart from sporadic stories, there is little that is new.
Reviewed by Sathya Saran
Magazine | Sep 07, 2015
Aarushi by Avirook Sen
Sen’s sleuthing uncovers a miscarriage of justice in the Aarushi case. But its clean chit to the Talwars isn’t enough.
Reviewed by Dilip D'Souza
Magazine | Aug 31, 2015
Achhe Din? Ha! Ha! by Mani Shankar Aiyar
Provides a good deal of humour as well as interesting facts, apart from being hard-hitting on right-wing parties in general.
Reviewed by Arvindar Singh
Magazine | Aug 31, 2015
The Devil Take Love by Sudhir Kakar
Kakar’s Bhartrhari agonises over love at its cynical and cruel best. Its painful glory is sung in exquisite poetry.
Reviewed by Gurcharan Das
Magazine | Aug 24, 2015
The Firebird by Saikat Majumdar
Heartbreaking and shocking in equal parts, it is a book that propels us into a cathartic reading.
Reviewed by Lopa Ghosh
Magazine | Aug 24, 2015
The Pakistan Paradox: Instability And Resilience by Christophe Jaffrelot
In this magisterial account, Jaffrelot privileges thematology over chronology to examine Pakistan’s maladies, its resilience and the roots of its conflicted nationhood.
Reviewed by Mani Shankar Aiyar
Magazine | Aug 17, 2015
Modi’s World: Expanding India’s Sphere Of Influence by C. Raja Mohan
Raja Mohan sees a vigour in foreign relations, advises on true paths, but is guilty of absences and strategic fallacies
Reviewed by Talmiz Ahmad
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015
Go Set A Watchman by Nelle Harper Lee
For me, Jean Louise Finch will remain a promising child who passed away young.
Reviewed by Vijay Nambisan
Magazine | Aug 10, 2015
Go Set A Watchman by Nelle Harper Lee
Reading Harper Lee's Go Set A Watchman left me rather unaffected and unmoved.
Reviewed by Freya Dasgupta
Web | Jul 28, 2015
Ashoka In Ancient India by Nayanjyot Lahiri
A study looks at Ashoka’s extant, physical heritage and celebrates his ideals as essential to the idea of India
Reviewed by Pramod Kumar KG
Magazine | Aug 03, 2015
Almost Home: Cities And Other Places by Githa Hariharan
Illuminates history, offers fresh perspective, pares the onion that is a place to reveal its quintessence.
Reviewed by Sunil Mehra
Magazine | Aug 03, 2015
My Name Is Radha: The Essential Manto by Muhammad Umar Memon
A translation faithful to the original and a sampling of Manto’s rarer non-fiction makes this book worthwhile
Reviewed by Aakar Patel
Magazine | Jul 27, 2015
The Patels Of Filmindia: Pioneers Of Film Journalism by Sidharth Bhatia
Sidharth Bhatia’s book is invaluable to anyone interested in the early hist­ory of Indian cinema.
Reviewed by Bhaichand Patel
Magazine | Jul 27, 2015
Go Set A Watchman by Nelle Harper Lee
A review of the first chapter of Nelle Harper Lee's second book, Go Set A Watchman
Reviewed by Satish Padmanabhan
Web | Jul 13, 2015


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