TW: Mentions of racial discrimination. My experience with Assembly as a really short audiobook was full of pauses because of the way it made me introspect. This tiny book packed a punch in the ways it broke down the mantle of privilege, race, gender, and power. Do not be misled by its size (like IContinue reading “The Inheritance of a Colonial Past: On ‘Assembly’, by Natasha Brown”
Why ‘Girl One’ is an important fictional dive in feminist discourse
Let’s go through a read-through of ‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’ and why it is considered the Bible of Dark Academia.
Why ‘The Maidens’ is a thriller take on dark academia. And should you read it?
And why I loved this Kafkaesque trip into alternate realities.
And how it made me face my own depravity.
Why you need to read ‘The Seven Husbands of Evelyn Hugo’.
Nayanika Saikia reviews Ngozi Adichie’s essay on grief and analyses its relevance to our daily lives.