In the pantheon of literature, the best novels manage to feel timeless even as they capture a snapshot of history, from Jane Austen examining Regency-era social mores in Pride and Prejudice to John Steinbeck depicting the Great Depression in The Grapes of Wrath. But writing about the present is a delicate balance — include too many gadgets, apps and cultural reference points and your story quickly feels irrelevant.
By Angshukanta Chakraborty 2017 comes bearing gifts. At a time when the United States stands “unpresidented” and Donald […]
Penguin Random House India to publish a new novel by Salman Rushdie, The Golden House, in September 2017 […]