Monthly Archives: August 2010

A Sunday with Sudha Murty cntd…

A Sunday with Sudha Murty Just a quick review for those of you who couldn’t make it to our little tête–à-tête with Mrs. Sudha Murty this Sunday evening, 29th August. Mrs. Murty spoke to a packed house of interested readers, … Continue reading

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Mother Tongue

I’m usually not that keen a reader of non-fiction, but I’ve been in the mood for something I wouldn’t get too emotionally involved in – I’m sure the fact that I empathise more with fiction than reality says damning things … Continue reading

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A Sunday with Sudha Murty

Come this weekend, the inimitable Sudha Murty will be back at PageTurners, this time in her capacity as a Penguin author. Mrs. Murty will mingle, chat and share her views with that graceful charm we’ve all come to know and … Continue reading

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Resonance (musings on ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’)

I came across a quotation by children’s author C.S. Lewis (of ‘Chronicles of Narnia’ fame) that struck quite a chord with me – “We read to know we are not alone.” Yes, reading is about connecting, and about entering the … Continue reading

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Hello, Bangalore! – PageTurners’ Official Launch

PageTurners celebrated its official launch on the 3rd of August – a windy Tuesday afternoon which, being reminiscent of one of those days spent happily curled up in bed with a comforting book, seemed an uncannily apt day to inaugurate … Continue reading

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