Category: English Book Reviews

TWO-Gulzar // A book review by Iqra Aziz

The trans-literal post colonial novel “Two” is all about the grim and harsh realities of the Partitioning of Indian Subcontinent. This partition movement is probed and anatomized by the lens of Refugees known as Sharanarthis. The book explores about the psychic traumas and identity crisis of the refugees after the partition. It highlights the issues of settling down of refugees after the havoc and chaos of partition. Seventy years have passed but till now the refugees are in process of settling down with their nostalgic minds ,broken hearts and down trodden lost identities. These common people have suffered the wrath of partition that has crushed millions of innocent lives .These refugees are both physically and metaphorically in search of a place called home .

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Where Rainbows End – Cecilia Ahern // Manahil Naghman

Where Rainbows End – Cecilia Ahern // Manahil Naghman A story about love, and how life gets in the way.             Entering the beautiful and breathtaking world of Cecelia Ahern’s “Where Rainbows End”, also a film called “Love, Rosie”, this awe-inspiring love story is narrated by letters, emails and messages rather than text itself. Its […]

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