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Notes on Literature: A ‘Planned Novel’ and its Critic

My thoughts on Latha Anantharaman’s review of Ashwin Sanghi’s novel, Chanakya’s Chant, as jotted down in my notebook on 3rd April 2011, the day I read the review. I’m posting it here almost verbatim and hasten to add that I haven’t … Continue reading

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Notes on Movies and Music: Amadeus and Mozart’s Requiem

  This one’s inspired by Anuradha’s blog post on her memories of acting in plays staged as part of the Metroplus theatre fest. She has this to say about Peter Schaffer’s Amadeus in which she played Constanze Mozart — When Wolfgang … Continue reading

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