Enduring Drama

Gowri Ramnarayan

The retelling of two classics—Harold Pinter’s Betrayal and Arthur Miller’s The Death of a Salesman—affirms the relevance of theatre as an art form

Manmatha Nath Dutt – III

English, Sanskrit and a road

Manmatha Nath Dutt – II

A Society, a magazine and a publishing house

Manmatha Nath Dutt-I

The man and his work

I’m Not a Traitor

A lot can be gained in translation

Henry Eliot: ‘There is something comforting about the classics when you feel uncertain about your own time’

Editor and author Henry Eliot tells how literature expands our experience of what it means to be human

Citizen Chained

A regional classic brings out the dehumanising experience of prison life

Second Lives

Rohit Chawla’s celebrity portraits inspired by iconic paintings are accessorised by cultural history

Out of Africa

The frailties and fantasies of this Man Booker shortlisted novel make it a quiet classic

Rohan Murty: Culture Capitalist

How humanities can redeem science and technology. The passions of Rohan Murty


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