Belles-Lettres

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Belles-lettres or belles lettres is a category of writing, originally meaning beautiful or fine writing. In the modern narrow sense, it is a label for literary works that do not fall into the major categories such as fiction, poetry, or drama. The phrase is sometimes used pejoratively for writing that focuses on the aesthetic qualities of language rather than its practical application or for essays, particularly on literary and artistic criticism, written and read primarily for their aesthetic effect.

After almost seven years of writing book reviews on this blog, I believe it is time for me to spread my wings and fly in search of newer horizons for both my reviews and writing prowess. Sharing the milestones from my journey :

1. The Brown Orient Magazine - The White Dancing Elephants by Chaya Bhuvaneswar


3. The Brown Orient Magazine - Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adiyemi

4. The Same Magazine - The Hate U Give by Angie Thomas

5. The Brown Orient Magazine - Banat Collectives' : In the Middle of All

6. Scroll.in - Women who ruled India

7. Inkspire Magazine - The Power of Positivity - Optimism & the 7th sense by Padmakali Banerjee 

8. Feminism in India - Purdah to Piccadilly by Zarina Bhatty 

9. Asian Review of Books - The Women who ruled India

10. Feminism in India - Against All Odds by Mahima Nayar 

11. Kitaab - The Crooked Line by Ismat Chugtai

12. Feminism in India - Kamla Chaudhary

13. Kitaab - Interpreter of Winds by Fairoz Ahmed

14. KitaabAnimalia Indica by Sumana Roy

15. Feminism in India - Women Writing as a Genre

16. Feminism in India - On Kamla Chaudhry

17. Kitaab - She stooped to kill

18. Feminism in India- Not just another story

19. Kitaab - Wild Boars in the Cane field

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