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CATCH 22 - Joseph Heller
I first read this book in college circa 2005, and it has stuck with me ever since for its dark humor and satire on corporations and bureaucracy. The real-life experiences of Joseph Heller served as the inspiration for this 570-page wartime novel. My last re...
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Ruskin Bond - Snappy Surprises
Published by Rupa, this collection of short ("super shorts", according to Mr Bond) stories is a breezy read, partly due to the format itself, but mainly because the twist-in-the-tale genre was handled better by authors of old. From the occult to the crimina...
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Television - Westworld (no spoilers)
In short: I like the show. Great production values and impeccable performances. The convoluted plotlines may put off some viewers, as might the graphic content, but it builds up to a larger-than-the-characters scenario. Adamant viewers' patience is rewarded...
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It's All Good, Man
Writing is going well. It is giving me peace of mind with only a few minor hiccups. This restful phase is certainly letting my body recover from the extensive stress - not damage - that it had gotten used to. Now, on to the Delhi Book Fair to stock up some ...
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New Write
Perhaps the intrinsic inability of any person to “see” neither the light entering
the eyes of another, nor the sounds heard, odors smelt, skin crawls felt and palates
tickled, is the reason we cannot ever empathize truly. Whilst this observation may
not fal...
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Great start to 2017
Off to Kathmandu to attend Sappy's wedding, and 2017 couldn't be off to a better start. Even if Twitter closes down this year, I will have tweeted enough to compile a repository of epiphanies (and reactions to others). TBH, the self-imposed constraints on m...
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nadsat, methinks
Anthony Burgess came up with nadsat by speaking imaginarily, methinks. Oh, TIL that Rudyard Kipling used methinks as a word in a science fictional advertisement for a Standard Dig [Dirigible] Construction Co., in his Aerial Board of Control bulletin. Since ...
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