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The Ruskin Bond Selections

Ruskin Bond

Speaking Tiger Publishing Private Ltd is pleased to present to you The Ruskin Bond Selections, a series of titles, carefully chosen and thoughtfully recommended by Ruskin Bond, which represent a lifetime of reading and contemplation. The Selections will include memoirs, accounts of travel and adventure, writings on nature, stories from the hills and the mountains, and the occasional long-lost novel, newly found. Marked by felicity of thought and that rare quality which makes writing timeless, each of the richly entertaining titles in this series will be a reader’s delight.

In Ruskin Bond’s own words: ‘After a lifetime of reading, I find it very gratifying to have the opportunity to revive certain titles which have meant something to me over the years. Old favourites often disappear. Good writers are sometimes neglected or unfairly forgotten. Presenting their work to discriminating new readers is a pleasure and a privilege.’

In this Series

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Talking Cub, the Children’s Imprint of Speaking Tiger, was launched at the New Delhi World Book Fair 2018 on Sunday, 7 January 2018.
The launch was followed by a conversation between Talking Cub authors Prerna Singh Bindra, Vandana Bist, Ranjit Lal and Subhadra Sen Gupta. The discussion was moderated by Sudeshna Shome Ghosh, Publisher, Talking Cub. Click here to view album.

Speaking Tiger at the New Delhi World Book Fair 2018. Click here to view album.

‘Four months after ban, Jharkhand finds nothing objectionable in Hansda Shekhar’s book on Adivasis.’ Click here to read the full article.

Reviews

‘Most stories in this collection are colloquial and provincial, yet cosmopolitan to the core. After reading these stories, you will agree with Tully that not all people in Purvanchal are squint-eyed demons or yogis in bound-lotus postures at the couch of power.’ Book review of Upcountry Tales by Mark Tullly.

‘If it is the feet in one, exposed shoulders are offensive in another — Naked or Covered takes stock of the varying norms of propriety and ways of viewing the naked body across cultures’ Book review of Naked or Covered by Mineke Schipper.

‘Short stories are like telegrams. More is pieced together by what remains unsaid. Each story in Woman to Woman: Stories is a window of the author’s making: the author’s gaze defining the fractures, the pain unseen. Madhulika Liddle’s craft is sure and steady.’ Book review of Woman to Woman by Madhulika Liddle.

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