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'Interpreter of Maladies' Film Investor Hunts for Millions Gone Missing
Hollywood Reporter

'Interpreter of Maladies' Film Investor Hunts for Millions Gon...

A film adaptation of Jhumpa Lahiri's Pulitzer Prize-winning short story collection, Interpreter of Maladies, has become an international hunt for missing funds. On Tuesday, a New York judge gave the film's director a month to respond to a demand ... Yahoo! News, 1 month ago

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The New Age Indian Authors Time for the West to take a Bow

India, a country that boasts of epics like the Mahabharata and the Ramayana, has been eclipsed by commercial fiction books written by western authors till very recently. However, the scenario of the amazing world of books in India has taken a turn ...
 MapsofIndia3 days ago How flawed is Indian fiction?  The Statesman1 week ago 19 Indian books turned into films  MSN News US2 months ago
Business Insider Malaysia

The summer reading lists at America's most prestigious private schools

Amazon High school classic Lord of the Flies. For many people, the summer months symbolize pleasure reading at its best. It's a time to indulge in the texts that are most appealing, without scrutiny: an easy beach read, a guilty ...
 Business Insider Malaysia3 days ago New Books To Read This Summer For Cal State L.A.  Individual.com1 month ago

The Namesake's Gogol, Roald Dahl's Matilda and other literary heroes who deserve a comeback

By Arunima Mazumdar and Deepanjana Pal When it was first announced that there was going to be a sequel to Harper Lee's To Kill a Mockingbird , excitement erupted. Published in 1960, the novel won the Pulitzer and has charmed generations of ...
 Firstpost.com4 days ago
Indian Express

India Bobby-trapped

Indians, as a rule, are diaspora proud. They heap lavish praise on expatriates, particularly those ethnic Indians who cover themselves with glory in their adopted country. They are regarded as role models and put on a pedestal. But there is an ...
 Arab News6 days ago Should Indians really be proud of Bobby Jindal?  Quartz1 month ago In the Race  Indian Express1 month ago

I am a gay Indian-American man and I want an arranged marriage

One of my best friends is getting married later this year. They are going to make each other happy—and I can't wait to deliver the speech at their wedding about how they are both wonderful and perfect. Tick. Another best friend got married ...
 Quartz1 week ago
The L Magazine

12 Notable Brooklyn Books from the Last 12 Years

Say what you will about the last dozen years, but don't say there hasn't been good stuff to read. Here are 12 books we think stand out from this time in Brooklyn's history. Fortress of Solitude Jonathan Lethem (2003) This ...
 The L Magazine1 week ago 21 Books From The Last 5 Years That Every Woman Should Read  Huffington Post2 months ago
The L Magazine

2003-2015: 12 Years in the Life of One Very Big Borough and One Very Tiny Magazine

Weird news you may have heard already: As of today, July 15th, The L Magazine will no longer be published as a print magazine. This is neither tragic nor particularly sad nor further proof that everything is fucked. It is ratherand we realize this ...
 The L Magazine2 weeks ago

5 Tips for Avoiding a Public Shaming, and 3 Tips for Recovering

I was in second grade the first time I was publicly shamed. My family had driven to Nebraska to visit my grandparents for Christmas. For the return trip, my mother repacked our laundry in any luggage that had space, regardless of whom it belonged ...
 Mediashift2 weeks ago
Philippine Daily Inquirer

The complex Filipino journey according to fictionist Mia Alvar

The New York-based writer reveals the story behind the stories in her acclaimed collection In the Country, published by Alfred A. Knopf SHARES: By: Ruel S. De Vera Recommended MIA Alvar and her book In The Country. PHOTO BY DEBORAH LOPEZ ...
 Philippine Daily Inquirer2 weeks ago
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