under Devika Bakshi

Damon Galgut’s biographical novel prises from EM Forster’s writings and relationships a portrait of a writer whose work was defined by his fraught sexuality

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28 Mar 2014 | BY Devika Bakshi

At the inaugural Jodhpur Flamenco & Gypsy Festival

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24 Mar 2014 | BY Devika Bakshi

Kamila Shamsie’s new novel animates history with textures of fruit, blood and stone

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18 Mar 2014 | BY Devika Bakshi

Amy Chua’s controversial new book suggests ‘outsiders’ can and do succeed in unequal America—but at what cost?

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6 Mar 2014 | BY Devika Bakshi

Reading into the Jaipur Literature Festival

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24 Jan 2014 | BY Devika Bakshi

Negotiating the minefield

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6 Dec 2013 | BY Devika Bakshi

In his new book, Husain Haqqani attempts to bridge the gap of understanding between the US and Pakistan

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4 Nov 2013 | BY Devika Bakshi

Would Gandhi still be interesting if he’d never made it to India in 1914? Ramachandra Guha answers: ‘absolutely.

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15 Oct 2013 | BY Devika Bakshi

Jhumpa Lahiri’s new novel The Lowland is oddly compelling; tiring, yet insisting on meaning

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27 Sep 2013 | BY Devika Bakshi

Lavanya Sankaran’s aptly named first novel The Hope Factory is the latest in formulaic fiction from the Subcontinent

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9 Sep 2013 | BY Devika Bakshi
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