On the timeless appeal of Poe's 'The Masque of the Red Death'.
The stories in the book are about the same sense of disbelief, shock and despair India has been feeling over the past few months.
Instead of fighting boredom, go along with it, entertain it, make something out of it.
We can’t escape the question of what matters and why. If we can’t avoid living philosophically, it seems sensible to learn to do it well.
A free, open-access repository of multilingual children's stories is one response to the United Nations' urgent call to promote equitable education on the International Day of Education, January 24.
An extract from Debashish Sengupta's book 'The Life of Z: Understanding the Digital Pre-teen and Adolescent Generation'.
Pecola’s obsession with ‘blue eyes’ in Toni Morrison's book resonates with Anglophile tendencies that I grapple with.