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Oct 13, 2019
Girl, Woman, Other review: Bernardine Evaristo's novel is a boisterous, life-affirming storytelling experimentBernardine Evaristo has said that her theatre writing and poetry background have seeped into her novel, and Girl, Woman, Other is written in a style that she calls 'fusion fiction': free-flowing, unpunctuated, with a cadence that — in the best portions — approaches lyricism
Sep 22, 2019
The Testaments review: Margaret Atwood's sequel to Handmaid's Tale is a 101 on how patriarchy worksThe Gilead that we encounter in The Testaments is no less menacing than the one from The Handmaid's Tale, but its seams are fraying.
Sep 15, 2019
Man Booker Prize nominated writer Lucy Ellmann: 'I don't consider originality such an outlandish aim for a novelist'In an interview with Firstpost, Man Booker-nominated writer Lucy Ellmann talks about her latest book, Ducks, Newburyport, her need for a "second loo", and why she prefers Anne Elliot's story over Elizabeth Bennet's.
Aug 26, 2019
Prof Arvind Sharma on how history suggests religious tolerance leads to peace, prosperityProf Arvind Sharma's latest book is a comprehensive and encyclopedic survey of the concept of tolerance in the texts, philosophies and histories of ten major religions.
Jul 26, 2019
Kangana Ranaut on Judgmentall Hai Kya, her spat with media, working with Rajkummar Rao and political ambitionsKangana Ranaut talks about what drew her to Judgementall Hai Kya, the impact of the 'ban', and grabbing festival dates for her next couple of releases.
Jul 09, 2019
Frida Kahlo's 112th birth anniversary celebrated in Mexico City with an exhibition, fan-led paradeKahlo was known for defying the norms femininity and depicting this idea in her work. Later she would also go on to join the Mexican Communist Party while her art grew to incorporate diverse themes including indigenous folk culture of Mexico.
Jul 02, 2019
As Kabir Singh battles brickbats, a look at Malayalam cinema's recent subversion of toxic alpha malesKabir Singh is being slammed for its depiction of toxic masculinity. We journey around Malayalam cinema to check how it has fared on this subject over the years.
Jun 29, 2019
Writer Volga on re-imagining the Buddha's wife Yashodhara and why she is drawn to women from mythologySahitya Akademi winner Volga says that in resurrecting Yashodhara, she wanted to resurrect the intellectual and spiritual history of women. In this conversation with Firstpost, she speaks about what it means to call herself a feminist writer, the future of fiction in regional languages and why re-imagining mythology from different perspectives is important
Jun 22, 2019
Miyah poetry: How Assam’s Bengali-Muslims used words to capture a lifetime of oppression and abuseAssam's Bengal-origin Muslims have found a voice — of protest, of hope and love — in the words of Miyah poetry.
Jun 13, 2019
Forced sex fantasies and rape culture: What does one have to do with the other?How can the many women who experience rape fantasies, but reject rape culture, reconcile their erogeny and ideology, especially in an era of heightened cultural scrutiny?