Reviewing “Giovanni’s Room

When people think of the idea of a room in literature, the first thought that we have is of Virginia Woolf’s “Room of one’s own”. In this work the room became a symbol of freedom through economic independence, however in the hands of James Baldwin the room gets transformed into a claustrophobic metaphor for restrictions…

Reviewing- “Maharani”

I must confess to being slightly disappointed in this one. I know of Ruskin Bond’s works mostly through a few Literary meets and through constant recommendations from my friends who seem to love him. It was through their assurances that I was compelled to read “Maharani” so perhaps part of the reason why the entire…

Reviewing- “The Handmaid’s Tale”

There is possibly no better way to start this blog off than to review a book of this caliber. I’m going to be upfront and tell you guys that I have been a fan of Margret Atwood’s writing for quite some time. Her first novel “Surfacing” was quite the revelation for me. As a student…

The Que

Like all things in my life I would like to start this by hitting the ground running.