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John Ford's Stagecoach responded to socialist spirit of 30s America, pitted outcasts against the respectable
As with any story of people confined in a space, Stagecoach depicts the changing group dynamics, shifting allegiances and the formation of a chain of command among the passengers. In their own way, the nine represent a microcosm of America, their eventual cooperation demonstrating that it takes all kinds to make a world | Srikanth Srinivasan in this edition of 'At the Movies'
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No wonder that the Modi government has been doing everything possible — fudging, cover-up, window-dressing and what not — to come clean on the job front.
How to read anthologies, and learn about the adult world through Guy de Maupassant’s short stories
Much of Guy de Maupassant's writing was adult in ways that had little to do with sexually explicit content. It opened a window of insight into the mysteries of adult behaviour, and examined ideas and conflicts I had no firsthand experience of, at the time