Issue: August ’11
We might as well take pride in our cute little obsession instead of trying to pretend it doesn’t exist.
How much do we construct our experiences to make them share-able?
A book with a plot that cleverly weaves in emotions as the narration digresses from the usual fare of bloodthirsty violence.
Female artists were given the illusion of freedom of expression but in actuality were socially restricted to painting the domestic lifestyle.
Mumbai teaches you ignorance, regardless of whether you live in the tallest luxury tower or a tent on the sidewalk.
Sex, real and imagined, desired and forced, implied and overt, attempted and unfulfilled; a strange spectrum is travelled by reading this book.
There is nothing wrong with being an academician. But writing was what I was meant for. Right?
The author reveals the many facets of human nature, where custody battles become a way of trumping one another in a divorce.
Expect an interesting amalgamation of experience, debate, passion, flashes of brilliant insight, and a fair amount of hyperbole.
Wong Kar-wai's movies are all about people who are in limbo, waiting for the real story of their lives to begin.
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