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To Kill a Mockingbird

The spectrum of human behavior is vast and wide. While a part of the mob understands the extensiveness of it, most of us tend to turn a blind eye to what seems “abnormal” to us. Ironically, the subjectiveness of ‘normality’ in itself is an abstract. Dealing with such colourful personalities requires one to be equipped […]

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Little Maryam| Review

The times that we live in are ironic. While we look at relationships through a kaleidoscope of practicality, every single one of us is looking for that eternal bliss called ‘love’. While some find it tugged in the arms of their loved ones, I’ve always found it in about something that is more than 100 […]

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A street cat named bob

A Street Cat Named Bob

“Having Bob gave me a chance to interact with people… Cats are notoriously picky about who they like. Seeing me with my cat softened me in [others] eyes. It humanized me. Especially after I’d been so dehumanized. In some ways it was giving me back my identity. I had been a non-person; I was becoming […]

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Murakami in the Woods

  “I will go deep in the woods From where no roads diverge And I would poke at an anthill To be instantly submerged”   Isn’t this relatable? Any human being who has lived long enough to understand what life is, has wished for an escape at some point in their life. But how many […]

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Vampirism and Literature

Human mind has always been intrigued by the mysteries that lie beyond all shades of black. This infatuation has led him to believe in existence of beings that surpass reality and fence into pure imagination giving rise to folklore’s that we know of today. And such is our obsession with doom that somehow we believe […]

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