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Dreams of Balzac and Lolita
A ten-year-old boy wakes up his parents in horror because he has had another “illegal” dream. He has been dreaming that he was at the seaside with some men and women who were kissing each other. This is one of the dreams recounted in Azar Nafisi’s “m...  | Read.. 
 
Letters to the Editor
That sinking feeling
Sir — When the Telgi case broke, one presumed that heads would roll. They did, but mostly of small ...  | Read.. 
 
Difference in degree
Sir — As a Cambridge graduate, I cannot but express my surprise at Amit Roy’s misleading depiction ...  | Read.. 
 
Smoke alarm
Sir — What struck me on a recent visit to both Chennai and Bangalore was that apart from smooth roa ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL
BOOKED FOR A NAME
It is an eerier tale than Rudyard Kipling could have thought of. A high point in the early career of A.H. Wheeler & Company, the bookshop ...| Read.. 
 
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INSIGHT
Is autism on the rise'
One in 500 Indian infants has it. That’s 20,000 new cases every year. An alarming increase, or stark figures brought to light by better diagnosis and heightened awareness' G.S. Mudur finds out ...  | Read..