Tag: Rabindranath Tagore
Muhammad Idrees Ahmad: Archaeology of Revolutionary KnowledgeJanuary 2013
Pankaj Mishra’s new book, From the Ruins of Empire: The intellectuals who remade Asia, has one eye on the history of the East and one eye on its future.
Letters to the Editor: Irish-Language Lit as a Curio?April 2011
|A reader of Irish-language literature responds to Amit Chaudhuri’s claim that Gaelic and Welsh failed to become “viable literatures.”|
I Won’t Let You Go!April 2011
It’s the oldest cry resounding from earth to heaven / The solemnest lament, “I won’t let you go!”
The In-Between WomanApril 2011
It is nowhere near impossible for somebody who loves her husband to also love her co-wife.