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Enter the Writers Den

Enter the Writers Den

James Scott Linville 0

Some writers can write anywhere and any time; more neurotic ones need to be at the perfect desk in the perfect room overlooking the perfect view

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The Lion in Winter

The Lion in Winter

Mark Tully 1

Khushwant Singh at 97, going on 98, is as gregarious as ever. He has lost none of his wit or his wisdom, and is as irreverent as ever, not hesitating to speak his mind.

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The Unreluctant Fundamentalist

The Unreluctant Fundamentalist

madhujain 10

Thirty-two years ago Madhu Jain had an accidental meeting with Sant Jarnail Singh Bhindranwale and came away with a sense of foreboding

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Escape Into Architecture

Escape Into Architecture

Gautam Bhatia 3

If imagined spaces cannot be built on land, let them inhabit a place in the sky. By Gautam Bhatia

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The Making of Marine Drive

The Making of Marine Drive

Sidharth Bhatia 84

Beirut has its Corniche, Havana its Malecon, Cannes its Croisette; but none of these celebrated bayside boulevards is as heart-stirring as Mumbai’s majestic Marine Drive. Sidharth Bhatia delves into its history

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Ganesha In The Midwest

Ganesha In The Midwest

Stephen Alter 0

For novelist Louis Bromfield, creating Malabar Farm was a return to roots. For visitors, it’s a slice of India

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