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  • Shamsad Mortuza

    The writer is Advisor, Department of English and Humanities, University of Liberal Arts Bangladesh (ULAB)

  • Okja: A meat-lover's nightmare

    Don't watch Okja if you are one of those with big plans of making the best out of all the surplus meat that will dip into your deep fridge.
  • Frankenstein at 200

    2018 is being celebrated as the bicentenary of Mary Shelley's novel Frankenstein. As the world eerily embraces the possibilities of human cloning,
  • A Dead Tongue

    My tongue is standing by the road
  • Manik Bandopadhyay: A Hunger Artist

    Meet Manik Bandopadhyay— wounded by the critics who had glanced at the title of his novel to dismiss it as fatalist or feudalist. Manik's tongue-in-cheek reply shows that readership is the real mandate that an author needs; engagement with the society is the real commitment that an author desires.
  • Baishakhi Spirit, which art Moving Everywhere

    My phone is bombarded with SMS alerts notifying me of various deals available for Baishakh: the discounts that are offered in various
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