A Book Review: Norwegian Wood by Haruki Murakami

Ankita Ghosh

Norwegian Wood is a fast forward through a half-lit or even dimly-lit part of a young boy's life, a carousel of intense passion, metamorphic desires, despicable love and the kind of unhappiness and deplorability that add lifetimes of meaning to actions that had barely lasted minutes.

Stupidity is the flavor of the season

Hiten Mehta

Stupidity is the flavor of the season. As someone once said, "'tis the season to be stupid'." Now one wonders whether the world can be divided into groups of the Less Stupid, Stupid, Stupider and Stupidest. It is possible. After all 'nothing is impossible' is another stupid quote.