- Building the nation: What's shaping India's new architecture?
- Dalvi: What is the position of contemporary Indian architecture in the larger discourse of nation building?
- Dave Henkels: A Sunday morning walk on the railway
- Blackbirds whip into synchronicity, a murmuration in the sky. Much of the dead rail abuts a variety of bogs, shrub swamp, wetlands. It's likely several potential vernal pools and intermittent streams make seasonal claim here.
- Faren Miller reviews John Wray
- It's probably not coincidence (or synchronicity) that John Wray's substantial, genre-busting novel The Lost Time Accidents shares a notion with Marcel Proust's even more massive Remembrance of Things Past, whose French title Á La Recherche Du Temps ...
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