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Primitive loyalist
There are men who grow easily into an overblown reputation. Eric Hobsbawm is one of them. His best books of historical scholarship, Bandits and Primitive Rebels, never touched the heights of greatness of E.P. Thompson’s The Making of...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
Keep safe distance
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Matter of faith
Sir — The Tamil Nadu government’s ordinance against conversions is yet another tear on the brittle ...  | Read.. 
 
Whose cause'
Sir — I was horrified to see the picture with the caption, “For a cause” (Oct 6), in The Telegra ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
READING UNLIMITED
The reopening of the library in Alexandria embodies a revival of ancient learning in an age of modern technology...| Read.. 
 
DIARY
 
Jogging to be minister
Right age to take risks
Restricted entry
Family in the spotlight
A Haryanvi scorned...
Housing Mr Bandopadhyay
SCRIPSI
Too much importance is given the writer and not enough to his work. What difference does it make who he is and what he feels, since he’s merely a machine for transmission of ideas. In reality he doesn’t exist — he’s a cipher, a blank. — PAUL BOWLES