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Uske Hisse ka Pyar

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Love has no definition. As many relations are formed in this world, those many forms of love shine like stars in the sky of this mortal world. This book ‘ Uske Hisse ka Pyar’ by Ashish Dalal brings to life a few of these love forms. This book of short stories is filled with love in various of its manifests and celebrate each of the kinds it depicts. All the stories showcase a form of...

The Tell-Tale Heart

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The Tell-Tale Heart is a short story by one of the greatest writers of all time – Edgar Allan Poe. The short story was originally published in 1843, January. The short story is about a person, and the same person is also the narrator of the story, who is doing his best to make the readers feel that he is perfectly a sane person and in all his senses. However, that is only his fancy and he...

The Portable Chekhov

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“Don’t tell me the moon is shining; show me the glint of light on broken glass.” This is exactly what Anton Pavlovich Chekhov did to his stories. He didn’t believe in shining of the moon; he, instead, tried to search its effect on his characters. I was totally unaware of this talent although I had heard of him so much. Recently I just happened to read his short story...

The Japanese Wife

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In a world governed by social networking sites, where people visualise each other’s profiles before falling in love, The story of THE JAPANESE WIFE may sound absurd to the present generation. The story is a thunderclap to the false concept of love that has overtaken the youth of today. The physical aspect of love is totally ruled out in this story. The Japanese Wife is about Snehamoy...

Monsoon Minds

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Monsoon Minds The collection of short stories by Ravi Nambiar, Monsoon Minds is a book which will prove to be something out of the usual league to the readers. There are eighteen short stories in the book and the page count runs up to 151 pages. Each story is readily eager to enchant and encircle the minds of the readers as they go through it. The book opens with the story of Sugadamma, an old...

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