Summer Reading 2008

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In a littoral sense
In a littoral sense
Andrew MacDonald looks into the origins, connections and transformations of Amitav Ghosh's blockbuster Sea of Poppies.
Bestseller's success upsets Indian literati
Bestseller's success upsets Indian literati
At 35, Chetan Bhagat's chronicling of the trials and tribulations of the country's middle-class youth has made him a publishing phenomenon in India.
A hauntingly beautiful read
A hauntingly beautiful read
Jane Rosenthal reviews The Wasted Vigil by Nadeem Aslam.
Cowboys and cupcakes
Cowboys and cupcakes
Jane Rosenthal reviews The Legend of Colton H. Bryant, by Alexandra Fuller.
Okapi and unicorn: Fact to fiction
Okapi and unicorn: Fact to fiction
Jane Rosenthal reviews Equatoria by Tom Dreyer.
Is it true and how did they get that way?
Is it true and how did they get that way?
Jane Rosenthal reviews The Club by Edyth Bulbring.
'Creating art isn't easy'
'Creating art isn't easy'
Andrew Wyeth's and Esther Mahlangu's views on creativity make fascinating reading in these exclusive extracts from Wisdom by Andrew Zuckerman.
Ask the right questions
Ask the right questions
Gwen Ansell surveys the state of science fiction.
Word power
Word power
Anthony Egan reviews New South African Keywords edited by Nick Shepherd and Steven Robins.
Of Potus and philavery
Of Potus and philavery
Darryl Accone reviews Stone the Crows: Oxford Dictionary of Modern Slang , Foyle's Philavery and Gallimaufry.

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