‘The Hachette Book of Indian Detective Fiction’ is a tribute to the growing body of Indian detective fiction. It is the first-ever anthology of its kind which compiles intriguing whodunits, supernatural mysteries, serial murders, and absurd crimes spread across two volumes.
- Anjana basu
The 22 poems which form the core of this book all relate to Ramanujan’s relationship with Soma in varying ways.
BY Anjana Basu February 4, 2024
Through a combination of prose, quotes from his journals, intermittent verse, and imagination, Anindyo Roy’s ‘The Viceroy's Artist’ paints the portrait of Edward Lear, who was undoubtedly extraordinary, gifted with boundless imagination, insatiable curiosity, and a profound compassion for the world, writes Anjana Basu.
BY Anjana Basu February 3, 2024
Subramaniam chose four who were unsung heroines, with little cult following. They cast off their lives and were very clear about the divide between the material and the spiritual.
BY Anjana Basu October 10, 2021
Whereabouts is Jhumpa Lahiri’s first novel after eight years and like In Other Words, it was first written in Italian, the fruit of her language studies in Rome, and then translated into English by the author herself.
BY Anjana Basu August 28, 2021
The Covid-19 vaccine issue in Kolkata was complicated by sudden pop up jab centres.
BY Anjana Basu July 4, 2021
With Mamata Banerjee it has always been about the allegorical – the fiery street fighter going up against a juggernaut and the Bengal elections highlighted this once more
BY Anjana Basu June 3, 2021
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