Category: Reader’s Club

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From Words to Frames – Part- II

    In the first part of this short series we pondered over the world of words briefly. That part was concluded with highlighting the structural similarity between novel and cinema. We shall continue from...






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From Words to Frames – Part I

  Ever since humans invented language in its spoken form, they began to narrate and listen to stories. Stories are an integral part of human life. Our stories are mixed together in the form of...






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Language, Culture & Literary Works

    Linguists have shown their interest in understanding the linkage between language and culture for long. Comparative literature is a branch of linguistics that correlates, compares and contrasts the themes and ideas used in...






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“Malice” – Planting the Perfect Motive

Japanese author Keigo Higashino (ludicrously dubbed as ‘Japanese Stieg Larsson’) is best known for his crime & murder mystery novels that have carefully wound back-stories and characters with enough psychological depth. Higashino hasn’t entirely reconstructed...