Jerry Pinto’s new novel is about urban adolescence in the eighties. He speaks to Open about the humiliations of college and the joys of language
The story of suffering and bereavement is larger than the literature of blame
A vivid challenge to typical narratives about women’s suffering, sacrifice and spirituality in Pakistan
Could the assault of self-same images of suffering make us immune to their potency?
Certain pleasures can make enduring suffering worthwhile. A renowned surgeon on how to cope with ageing and sickness