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Eilis Ni DhuibhneAnnette, Da, Jenny and Jacob constitute the little family of the Augussts. They live

Rabindra Chatonai Sufibad o bibidh Probandha

A book review is a form of literary criticism in which a book is merely described or analyzed based

Bunch of handsome men play morally superior lawbreakers

Sampada SharmaThe characters start on high moral ground but keep losing points as the film proceeds

'Bitter Orange' is lots of intelligent fun

Martin Spice The country house has a rich history in the modern novel, whether it be

'A Bread Factory' deliciously inventive

Justin ChangHalfway through "A Bread Factory," Patrick Wang's wondrously moving, thoughtful and inventive new movie opening

Manual for Survival: A Chernobyl guide for the future review

Julie McDowallChernobyl tourists might feel a quiver of déjà vu as they snap yet another photo

Married to Alzheimer's: A brave, painfully honest account

Julia Kelly"I had to get away from him. I knew I couldn't leave him alone in

A fairy tale that pulls you close

John Freeman How do you tell a fairy tale to an adult? Children intuit much, but

'Captain Marvel': A marvellous prelude to the Endgame

Michael CheangWant to know what happened after Thanos' devastating snap which wiped out half the universe's

An evaluation and review

'The songs of Lalon Guru Siraj Shain' is a book written by Professor Syed Jahid Hasan published by

'Cold Pursuit': The dippy end of the dead pool

Davin Arul When you think about it, perhaps only Liam Neeson - among today's crop of

Mouth full of blood by Toni Morrison: Vast, deep and superb

Henrietta McKerveyIn The Wizard of Oz, Toto tugs back the curtain and we discover that the

A leader who instill inspirations in the people she leads

Through his book 'Sangbadpattre Akadosh Jatio Shongshod Nirbachon o Jono nettree Sheikh Hasina (National Parliamentary Election as exhibited

Sheer gold of a translation

Liton Chakraborty MithunTranslation, in my opinion, is an act of worship. It asks for devotion and

"Ei Shohor Shubodhder"

Simanto Mallick"Ei Shohor Shubodhder" is mainly written on current events. The Author has tried hard to

Mizanur Rahman Pinku's two books at "Amar Ekushey Grantha Mela"

Tanzil ZiaCountry's largest annual book festival Amar Ekushey Grantha Mela' is going on the premises of

Number one Chinese restaurant by Lillian Li: Full of flavour

Sarah GilmartinTwo brilliant novels in recent years, Stephanie Danler's Sweetbitter and Merritt Tierce's debut Love Me

Perfect farewell to trilogy

Syahirah Mokhtazar The characters in "How to Train Your Dragon" have each matured over three films,

Fate of the Nation

Ahmed HelalThe book, "How Guangdong Changed China" (Je Vabe Guangdong Chinke Bodle Dilo) is written by

'Adda de Poetica' held at NDUB

Notre Dame University Bangladesh English Club (NDUBEC) organised a seminar on contemporary world poetry entitled 'Adda de Poetica'

Sheikh Anwar's 4 books at book fair

Country's largest annual book festival Amar Ekushey Grantha Mela' is going on the premises of Bangla Academy and

'Lethal White': Rowling strikes again with fun, compelling read

Martin Spice Let's get this out of the way at the beginning: Lethal White is a

Humayun Ahmed's novel 'Deyal' and the surrender of educated class

Haider Mohammad JituIn the introduction of 'Deyal' Anisuzzaman said, however it got some criticism I believed

'High Flying Bird' is a dazzling examination of issues in pro basketball

Kenneth Turan When a film advertises itself, as "High Flying Bird" does, as the joint product

The Lego Movie 2: Everything is a little less awesome than last time

Tara Brady "Everything is not awesome," sing the Lego Movie collective at a late, crucial juncture

Bengali's literary venture in Canadian literature

Surajit Roy MajumderDown my university days as an out-going literature graduate in early 1990s, I once

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