Reviews

reviews

 

 

Preti Taneja – “We That Are Young” – A Contemporary King Lear in Delhi

Preti Taneja Preti Taneja Contemporary India provides a fascinating backdrop for a reworking of Shakespeare’s tragedy Preti Taneja  Thanks to ...
Read More
/
Bohemian Rhapsody

Bohemian Rhapsody – In Defence of the Mediocre Music Biopic

Bohemian Rhapsody I went to see Bohemian Rhapsody on opening day, against the advice of my critic friends, whose admonitions of “Mediocre!” ...
Read More
/

Hegemonic Transition – Managing American Decline and Rising China

Hegemonic Transition In Twilight of the Titans, two scholars provide a warning to a rising China, and a road map for ...
Read More
/

John Legend – singer-songwriter has emerged as a force for social justice

John Legend John Legend THIS YEAR’S Emmy Awards landed in the midst of yet another high-speed week for John Legend. A ...
Read More
/

Esi Edugyan wins 2nd Scotiabank Giller Prize for Washington Black

Esi Edugyan Esi Edugyan, author of the novel Washington Black, has won this year's $100,000 Scotiabank Giller Prize, the 25th anniversary of Canada's richest ...
Read More
/

Disclaimer

 

I certify that:

 

* I am an adult

* I can drink, drive and vote - if elections are held, bars are open and there are roads

* I am not easily offended, I understand that I can stop reading any time

* I shall not try to kill you or issue death threats

* If I want you to shut up, I will send you lots of money

* I am OK with references to the A word, B word, C word ….Z word and their equivalents in all global languages and dialects

* I shall not break into a sweat if you talk about priests, mullahs, rabbis, swamis, gurus, preachers ... and/or altar boys.