Literary talk

Review of Dr. Kiriti Sengupta’s book “Reflection on Salvation” by Dr. Mallika Tripathi

Posted on: 22nd Oct, 2016

Reflection on Salvation is a wisdom book, a small bundle of immortal knowledge that provides us the glimpses of the author’s outlook on the holy scripture of the Hindus.  It is astonishing to witness the pearls of wisdom in such a tiny pack where the author surprises the readers with practical knowledge on spirituality and […]

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Review of Kiriti Sengupta’s ‘The Earthen Flute’ by Dustin Pickering, Editor-in-chief of Harbinger Asylum

Posted on: 13th Feb, 2016

“The collection peruses the theme of the civilization’s blessings, as well as themes of spirit, resurrection, jubilation, and redemption. Most complex and elegant collection of Sengupta I read,” says Dustin Pickering while he reviews Dr. Kiriti Sengupta’s “The Earthen Flute.”      In this small volume of delightful verses, Dr. Kiriti Sengupta speaks again of the […]

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“Abode of Love” by Narendra Modi

Posted on: 28th Mar, 2014

Nowadays, it is difficult to differentiate between “Narendra Modi in the news” or “the news all about Narendra Modi”. The Narendra Modi news has been dominating the front pages of all leading newspapers since the country caught the fever of Lok Sabha Elections 2014. He has been the focus of headlines for the allegations against […]

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A study on Macbeth’s character

Posted on: 7th Feb, 2013

The use of one character as a mirror to reflect the features of another character is common in literature. Authors including dramatists and novelists make use of the words spoken by a character to bring into light the features of another character. In William Shakespeare’s Macbeth, one of the greatest tragedies in the world, Lady  […]

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Why I enjoy reading Punishment a short story by Rabindranath Tagore

Posted on: 18th Jun, 2012

I enjoy reading the short story “Punishment” to my heart’s content. The story is engaging from the very beginning till the end. It has a smooth narrative drive sweeping the reader from cover to cover. This story from Rabindranath Tagore’s literary treasure appealed to me for multiple reasons. Though “Punishment” is a short story, its […]

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Ratan, a study on how a lonely heart longs for affection

Posted on: 21st May, 2012

Many people around us are lonely. Loneliness is a curse for some of them. It is the bane of their mental and physical health. This abstract state of human existence has been a dominant theme in the world of literature. Rabindranath Tagore delved deep into the human heart and explored human emotions through the portrayal […]

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Fools may not speak wisely what wise man do foolishly

Posted on: 5th May, 2012

This famous quotation from “As You Like It” by William Shakespeare, the greatest dramatist of all time, is rich in significance. It implies the difference between a fool and the wise in social terms. If a foolish person ever happens to speak wisely or think smart or take an intelligent move, the only reward that […]

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