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Thomas Hardy

‘All comedy is tragedy, if you only look deep enough into it,’ My grandfather always called him the greatest English author never to have received the Nobel… For more interesting facts on Thomas Hardy, head here.

The Quote Challenge – Day 3

Thanks to Kritika for nominating me for this challenge. I think you’ve come to know I love any and all awards and challenges! 🙂 Rules for the challenge: 1. Post 3 of your favourite quotes each per day for 3 recurrent days. The quotes can be of any other people or it may come straight … Continue reading

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The Quote Challenge – Day 2

Thanks to Kritika for nominating me for this challenge. I think you’ve come to know I love any and all awards and challenges! 🙂 Rules for the challenge: 1. Post 3 of your favourite quotes each per day for 3 recurrent days. The quotes can be of any other people or it may come straight … Continue reading

The Quote Challenge – Day 1

Thanks to Kritika for nominating me for this challenge. I think you’ve come to know I love any and all awards and challenges! 🙂 Rules for the challenge: 1. Post 3 of your favourite quotes each per day for 3 recurrent days. The quotes can be of any other people or it may come straight … Continue reading

The First Muslim – my Review

I had my doubts as to whether I should review a book on such a sensitive topic, but seeing as how the author wrote an entire volume on it, I thought I owed the attempt at least this much.  The book is, in a nutshell, an admirable effort, notwithstanding its few shortcomings. Good things … Continue reading

The Aryavarta Chronicles:Volume 2 Kaurava – An Imaginative re-telling

I had set the author a difficult task. I started reading the trilogy in the middle, wanting to see if she could entice me enough to buy the other volumes. I was pleased to observe that she rises to the challenge. This is a highly imaginative retelling of the Mahabharat. The author tries to balance … Continue reading

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