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Translated by Parveen K EliasIt was probably here-yes, right here. There was the shade of trees. The burning sun

Our voice of conscience

Back in the mid-1970s, Greek tragedy --- of Aeschylus, Euripides, Sophocles --- came alive for us at the English

Buddhadeva Bose and his times

Buddhadeva Bose's record as a student of English literature at Dhaka University in the early 1930s remains unbroken. For

The collision of cultures that helped shape Paradise Lost

It is an epic poem with a daunting reputation that has struck fear into the hearts of many a

Anuk Arudpragasam wins DSC Prize 2017

18th November 2017; Dhaka, Bangladesh : Anuk Arudpragasam has been announced as the winner of the prestigious DSC

Dhaka Lit Fest and literature today

Bangabandhu Sheikh Mujibur Rahman rightly held that developmental index of the country must cover the development of literature

A beautiful rose flower has fallen...

Egyptian-American author Suzy Kassem has written, "Love is a flower that should never cease to grow. Nurture it,

Evaluating literature from subaltern angles

Subaltern studies refer to the inclusion of the plight of downtrodden masses in literary, artistic and intellectual discourses.

The man who carried poetry on to the streets

It was an old slogan of his (and James Dean's) - "Live fast, die young". "Yeah, I failed

Samuel Beckett, the maestro of failure

About fifty one years ago, in the summer of 1966, Samuel Beckett wrote a short story called Ping.

Dhirendranath Datta: A valiant leader of Bengal

Shaheed Dhirendranath Datta is one of the real Royal Bengal Tigers ever to have graced the great land

Paradise Lost

Three hundred and fifty years after it was first published, John Milton's epic revolutionary poem about the fall

BLRC Literary Conference in Toronto

Bengali Literary Resource Centre (BLRC) Inc. organized 'Canadian Bengali Writers' Conference 2017' which was held in Toronto of

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