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The Wise Owl: Non Fiction

Non Fiction

Memoirs Travelogues Musings & Essays

Non Fiction: Food Articles
The Wise Owl Charles Mackesy
The Wise owl-Newlyweds
Travelogue
Musings:Contentment

Musings

Contentment

Crumbling walls and creaking doors cannot break the circle of serenity and contentment that enfolds 'Mausa ji' like a warm cloak.

~Chitra Singh

Travelogue

The Desert Beauty 

We have grown up listening to tales of valour and chivalry of the Rajputs. It is no wonder then that, Rajasthan beckons us with its colourful culture, history and folklore. In an armchair sojourn, Revathi Reddy walks us through the golden sands and shifting dunes of the historical city of Jaisalmer.

~Revathi Reddy

Critique

Internet Bride

The concept of ‘mail-order bride’ with its implication of consumerism, of buying and selling, raises troubling questions about the inequity of gender, race, class, nationality, and even geographic location. This concept is analysed with special reference to Nell Freudenberger’s novel, The Newlyweds.

~Irma Maini

Essay

A Bestseller is Born 

The Boy, the Mole, the Fox and the Horse by Charlie Mackesy has completed 100 weeks in New York Times bestseller list and sold more than a million copies So, what made this unlikely candidate, a bestseller?

~Rachna Singh

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