English literature

Wars and Pieces

Aman Nath

Three versions of a poem

Naipaul Under the Woke Gaze

Why we should read what he had to say

Spare Virginia Woolf Please

Her feminism is beyond the straitjacket of woke sensibility

The Success of JLF

I am yet to crack the mystery as to why a literature festival, whose proceedings are in English, enjoys such an enormous popularity

Imaginary Homeland

Writing book reviews and living entirely by literature gave Chandrahas Choudhury the time and space, the models and the means to become a novelist

Arvind Krishna Mehrotra: Words Of A Vanished World

Arvind Krishna Mehrotra tells Nandini Nair about India’s changing relationship with English and the essays that will last and those that will not

VS Naipaul: Writing the World

With his shifting way of seeing, VS Naipaul articulated a new configuration of all that we know

Manmatha Nath Dutt—Sanskrit and English

Had Manmatha Nath Dutt studied in Oriental Seminary, Rabindranath Tagore would have known him personally, as a co-pupil


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