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This paper analyses the concept of death as an inevitable consequence of an epidemic in ‘The Plague’ through the prism of the epistemological
The paper looks at a selection of contemporary short stories. In Tamil, written by Imayam to
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A few years back I was requested by my friend and renowned photographer, Mala Mukerjee, to take some photography classes in an international school for children
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Like other industries, the domain of book publishing is controlled by power. Consumerism plays its cards all so well to be conveniently called the governing force.