Beneath the ostensible simplicity in Kazuo Ishiguro’s words lies buried the contours of an emotional volcano waiting to burst open. But Ishiguro never makes that apparent.
Arnav Das Sharma
Rushdie offers no easy answers, but the spirit of questions The Golden House helps provoke, makes it a great book and a worthwhile investment.
The Nobel committee has reminded us of something important – the idea of a literary canon is seldom static.
New Delhi: On a warm sultry Thursday evening, Kapashera, a locality buried deep in the heart of Gurgaon, suddenly began to throb with music. The area has a large cluster of working class residents, most of whom work as labourers in the garment industry. Many are from the nearby Maruti factory. […]