A series of interlocking short stories conjures up the supernatural and the games our brains play with the past
Sarvat Hasin’s novel is a promising debut that sets the bar high for future publications
A YA debut novel that has an interesting premise, but is left lagging due to various reasons
Anne Tyler’s latest novel A Spool of Blue Thread is an engrossing read
Part II of Dr Sadaf Fatima’s research on travelogues by female writers in Urdu is lacking in some respects
Sethi chronicles her battle with anorexia-bulimia, drug addiction and alcoholism in her memoir
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The presentation was followed by a lively discussion on the report’s findings.
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In Pakistan, cinema has been used to effectively control thinking, creative processes and suppress dissent.
Weaving only has his voice to assume the persona of V, both the man, as well as the idea, and he does it perfectly.
The book’s main strength is its numerous characters, all of which act as a catalyst for the narrative to move forward.
The credit goes entirely to the writer Charlie Kaufman for adeptly handling a tricky narrative technique.
The memoir's depth of human experience makes it an immensely moving and an unforgettable reading experience.
This connection between maths and art – is one of the most fascinating topics to have been discussed in the film.
It would be especially appealing to the Pakistani enthusiasts of the film noir genre.
The issues it considers are intrinsically Indian; the norms and values it questions are inherently desi.
As one of the most widely read books, it does not lose its magic when its readers have grown into adults.
Pan’s Labyrinth is a rare film that combines the world of fantasy and reality.