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Articles labelled ‘books’

  • At Least They Got the Address Right

    Comic book literature has never felt more convincing than From Hell.
  • No Love Lost

    In conversation with author Anjali Joseph about her acclaimed debut novel Saraswati Park.
  • Don’t Break the Rules

    In Fight Club, Palahniuk’s literary style hits you like a punch from down south and gets you on the chin.
  • Lost Islands and Found Voices

    An exclusive interview with author Anuradha Kumar about her fifth and latest novel The Dollmakers' Island.
  • Announcement: ‘The Dollmakers’ Island’ Contest Winners

    The winners of the ‘Dollmakers’ Island’ contest held last month are Chinmayi Bali (Jaipur), Rudrajyoti Choudhury (Mumbai), Abha Iyengar (New Delhi), Rumjhum Biswas (Chennai), and Neha Verma (New Delhi). Congratulations to all of you! Well done. Here are the correct answers to the contest questions— The Chateau d’If where Edmond Dantes is imprisoned on false […]
  • Book Review: Our Toxic World

    This graphic novel takes an entirely different route towards expressing one of the gravest concerns of modern society — toxicity.
  • Book Review: Watchmen

    Watchmen cruelly disintegrates each character to its darkest detail while maintaining a glitter of hope for the world.
  • Book Review: The Gamechangers

    Building on the popularity of the blog, Fake I.P.L. Player comes out with a whole new web of conspiracy theories in The Gamechangers.
  • One Book a Week

    It’s time to phase out idle mouse clicking and passive TV watching for something that’s genuinely worth doing.
  • Black, White, and Grey

    An exclusive interview with author Kalpana Swaminathan about The Monochrome Madonna, her creative process, and the next Lalli mystery.
  • Why are Young Readers Drawn to Dystopian Fiction?

    An excerpt from a lovely essay in The New Yorker by Laura Miller — “But kids do read the books, and some of them will surely grow up to write dystopian tales of their own, incited by technologies or social trends we have yet to conceive. By then, reality TV and privacy on the Internet […]
  • Book Review: Way to Go

    Upamanyu Chatterjee's latest novel is recommended for anyone who wants to broaden their perspective on life, and enjoy themselves in the process.
The Oracle of Tripe #17

The Oracle of Tripe #17

By Chaitanya Modak and Benita Fernando
The Oracle of Tripe #17