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‘Intuition is very smart, smarter than analyses or mere intellect,’ says George Saunders

Nandini Nair

George Saunders has a cult status in contemporary fiction. In his new short story collection, the American author explores power and ethics, love and morality. He speaks to Open about creating characters with tenderness

‘Often when love is gained, it can start to feel unheroic,’ says Mansi Choksi

Mansi Choksi’s book chronicles the lives of three young couples who chose love over all else. She speaks about what they gained and what they lost

Eternal City

A poetic battle to write and find love in a new place

Love and Separation

The aesthetics of Indian politics XIII

A Plea for Love

When a poet’s fixation meets with indifference

Wisdom of the Ancients

Lessons on love and success

The Arrow of Love

A secret for the Vedic minds

May the Road Rise up to Meet You

And don’t go away with a goodbye

Love In the Time of Covid

When our writer discovered that loneliness is caused by the lack of intimacy

The Price of Love

Mahisha’s obsession with the Goddess Devi and the pitfall

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