• Writing the Magical Realism Novel

    The Genius of Rushdie and Marquez Why are Salman Rushdie and Gabriel García Márquez, such extraordinary novelists? The answer is complex. But there is a reason for their unique achievement. The answer is…

  • My Stories and Me

    I write fiction because it completes the one I am. My mind observes the world through stories. Life’s like that, I tell myself. A story copulates with life. Indeed, my own identity springs…

  • The Tailor's Needle follows this revelatory pattern in the storytelling

    The Truth in Storytelling

    The relationship between Beauty and Truth in Stories I love to tell stories. I want my stories to be beautiful tales about men and women that have moved out of the ordinary. What…

  • Literary Fiction

    Literary Fiction is becoming vitally significant in these times. That is so because it does not merely tell the story well but takes you into another’s experience of life; their joy and suffering.…

  • The Imprisonment of Virtual Reality

    In the imprisonment of virtual reality are clear signs That should scare humanity. There are huge chasms Which show pettiness, sticking to the past with horizontal gravity. How are the post-colonized different from…

  • Deconstruction

    Deconstruction is a major part of Post-structuralism. It comes as a logical questioning of certain claims of Structuralism. Deconstruction (French: déconstruction) is a form of philosophical and literary analysis derived principally from Jacques…

  • The Childhood of Aftab/Anjum/Anjuman

    MA Sem. 4 Gender Studies The Childhood of Aftab/Anju/Anjuman Literature reflects society better than anything else and therefore contains the best discourse on society as it actually is. The marginalized and weaker sections…

  • The Tailor's Needle follows this revelatory pattern in the storytelling

    Point of View

    Point of View Every Story has a Moral A story that we tell is told from a certain point of view which means a certain viewing point, a particular attitude or way of…