Pecola’s obsession with ‘blue eyes’ in Toni Morrison's book resonates with Anglophile tendencies that I grapple with.
A bookworm on her journey from youthful days spent devouring books to passing on the love of reading to her daughter.
Aunt Lydia is an extremely powerful cog in Gilead’s machinery, privy to the dirty secrets of members in every tier of the regime’s food chain.
How my mother's Marathi translation of Harper Lee's 'To Kill a Mockingbird' sparked a lifetime of curiosity.
An excerpt from Rajoshri Chakraborti's book 'Shakti'.
Stashed carefully beneath copies of 'Hindu Rashtra Darshan' and 'Deceiving Voters 101' would be a yellowed and well-thumbed copy of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' – highlighted pages and all.
One by one, slowly and steadily, I'm learning how to talk to books again.