Sanjay Sipahimalani

OPEN TO OPINION

ART & CULTURE

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ART & CULTURE

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On Fiona Mozley's Elmet, the Booker-shortlisted novel written on a mobile phone

I thought it would be fitting, then, that I read and write about the book in the same manner that it was composed.

ART & CULTURE

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ART & CULTURE

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Why Albert Camus’ 'The Plague' still resonates today

The novel holds lessons that are important for our time.

ART & CULTURE

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My reasons for not reading Lawrence Durrell’s The Alexandria Quartet

It’s occurred to me that it could well be sheer slothfulness that’s keeping me away.

ART & CULTURE

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What they talk about when they talk about Palestine

Notes from ten years of the Palestine Festival of Literature.

ART & CULTURE

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The art of protest marches in fiction

'We seek a world in which there is room for many worlds.'

ART & CULTURE

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How literature should translate into films

Their metaphors must echo the intent of the word.

ART & CULTURE

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On style: Prose of Arundhati Roy, Meena Kandasamy and others

Spare styles can involve the reader a great deal more than having everything spelt out.

ART & CULTURE

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A book collector on how many books the bookshelves must give up

The rest will expand to fill up the space available.