IN HER POEM won’t you celebrate with me (1993), Lucille Clifton writes, ‘won’t you celebrate with me / what i have shaped into / a kind of life? i had no model. / born in Babylon / both nonwhite and woman / what did i see to be except myself?’ ... Open Magazine, 3 weeks ago
There was a time in Indian mainstream cinema when the heroine and the vamp were two distinct characters, embodying two incompatible value systems. The heroine would invariably be clad in a sari, pure and virginal, who, even if she was drenched in a wet sari ...The Financial Chronicle, 1 month ago
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