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One Hundred Years of Solitude, by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

When I read The Master and Margarita recently, I was pleasantly surprised how much I enjoyed it, for I don’t think of myself as being a fan of fantasy fiction or magical realism or whatever genre of literature that fits in. 2,908 more words


Book Review: One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel Garcia Marquez

In the Summer of 2015 I first picked up the book described as ‘the greatest novel in any language of the last fifty years’ (Salman Rushdie). 291 more words


Walking By The Village On A Rainy Day...P.V.Shaji Kumar's Memoirs

This book- Itha Innu Muthal, Itha Innale Vare- was thrust into my hand by the manager of the bookstall. ‘You will enjoy it Madam. It is written very well,’ He said.   780 more words



DIRECTOR: Sudabeh Mortezai

CAST: Ramasan Minkailov, AslanElbiev, KhedaGazieva

Macondo is a tale that traces the journey of a young boy (Ramasan Minkailov) who has to deal with important issues like being an immigrant and being the only and responsible male of his family apart from facing the challenges of adolescence. 145 more words


Engineers Love Circuses Too

Growing up in the outskirts of a sleepy Town, Tyra and her family have had the misfortune of having their house burglarized several times. Once it happened in the middle of the day when her dad was at work, her mother was out on market-day and all the children were in school. 1,091 more words

A Letter to The Universe

Dear Universe. God. Let me call you God. I want to talk to you today.  My name is Rudolph. I’m an orphan. Well, not really, but that’s how I feel. 1,315 more words