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Calcutta

Portrait of a City

Sohini Chattopadhyay

Restless, fevered even, and awash with the portend of impending doom, Theroux’s latest is difficult to put down or forget.

The Thorough Mr Theroux

Paul Theroux on his latest novel set in Calcutta, on how Naipaul ‘oversimplified the city in one of his belittling books’, on why you can never trust writers...

On Which the Sun Won’t Set

Calcutta Clubs are quite simply in a class of their own. There’s a good reason for that. And also for why their charmed existence is destined to last forever

City of Imagination

The author on Calcutta’s elusive connection with its literary tradition and the anarchy caused by the Hungry Generation

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