Book Reviews

Reflections on Axelrod’s Believer: My Forty Years in Politics

David Axelrod provides an inspiring account of his political journey while marinating it with his personal life. This book can fall into two different genres – a biography and a non-fictional prose for a political career.While narrating his political journey (i.e. his career for 40 years), Axelrod recounts his personal life including his relations with parents, sibling, wife, and children…. Read more →

“…When you go far enough to the right you meet the same idiots coming around from the left” – Clint Eastwood (2005)… Reflections on: Smith Z., White Teeth (London: Penguin Books, 2001), pp.542

During my PhD research at the University of Nottingham, I developed very close friendship with one bright man, Dr. Kunal Mukherjee. He is such a darling. I love him and I do miss him terribly- everything and everyday. I owe him so much, I must admit. Hauntingly, in almost every page of Zadie Smith’s White Teeth,