Mary Shelley
Books  /  Published 06.11.20

Silent fears: Monsters in literature

Has humankind ever existed without monsters? Myths and epics — be they Greek, Sumerian, Aztec or Indian — have been replete with them, as have most folk tales across cultures. When Ron Mac...
By Nayantara Mazumder

Opinion  /  Published 31.03.19

The fatal attractions of technology

Frankenstein’s dilemma has not died with Mary Shelley; that is why the story of his monster is read over by every generation. How much control do makers have over their creations? Human beings make ...
By The Editorial Board

Opinion  /  Published 27.04.20

Epidemics and their storytellers

“Ring-a-ring o’roses, a pocket full of posies, atishoo! Atishoo! We all fall down!” An innocent rhyme passed on from generation to generation, to which we have all held hands and danced in a cir...
By Monjorika Bose

Arts  /  Published 16.05.20

Taking theatre online

Theatre derives its lifeblood through social gathering and the intimate interface between various categories of stakeholders. With social distancing and isolation constituting the new normal, a death-...
By Dipankar Sen


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