If you are a reader of the print edition of the Hindustan Times (and there is no reason why you shouldn’t be; if you aren’t, you ought to start right away. Plug, you say? Well, they help me keep Wasabi peanuts on the table) you must have been keeping up with all that was happening at the Jaipur Literature Festival between January 21 and 25. Read more

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If you are a reader of the print edition of the Hindustan Times (and there is no reason why you shouldn’t be; if you aren’t, you ought to start right away. Plug, you say? Well, they help me keep Wasabi peanuts on the table) you must have been keeping up with all that was happening at the Jaipur Literature Festival between January 21 and 25. Read more

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Given that publishers are (wittingly or unwittingly) competing with movie producers and trying to see if the guy who will spend to watch a film will stump up to buy a book, it was only a matter of time before this happened. And it has, now. Read more

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December 2009 saw the posthumous publication of Vladimir Nabokov’s final, unfinished novel, The Original of Laura. Lavishly, lovingly and breathtakingly produced, the book reproduces the index cards on which Nabokov used to write. Read more

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