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"The case history of 377 is gripping; it reflects what we have thought about morality over the last 150 years. If you ask me, it really is time to move on, turn the page"

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23 Dec 2015 | BY Upamanyu Chatterjee

Orhan Pamuk maps a man and a metropolis in his new novel that ticks every box of great fiction

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10 Nov 2015 | BY Charmy Harikrishnan

Two friends take a leap of faith in this fictionalised memoir

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14 Oct 2015 | BY Smriti Daniel

Who will be the next superstar in fiction? RAJNI GEORGE reports from the publishing world

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2 Apr 2015 | BY Rajni George

The return of a Latin American literary idol, a Holocaust morality tale, pre-WWI England, stories from the shadowlands, a Victorian saga of closeted lesbians and a gay parallel narrative in seventeenth-century Amsterdam

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29 Oct 2014 | BY Rajni George

How literary fiction makes one more empathetic and better at reading people

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12 Oct 2013

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

After years of putting off a lifelong passion, Kishwar Desai finds she must shut herself off from the world in order to write—but the world still seeps into her writing

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5 Jun 2013 | BY Gunjeet Sra

A new crop of writers are adapting the the tried-and-tested spy thriller to an Indian context, for an Indian readership, with a familiar villain

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20 Apr 2013 | BY Arindam Mukherjee

Madeline Miller can write for 14 hours a day and still maintains she does not deserve to be called a writer.

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7 Feb 2013 | BY Devika Bakshi
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