Tag: Nakul Krishna

27 April, 2015

Nakul Krishna

The Stuff Still Stirs

Nakul Krishna is provoked by Ferdinand Mount's new book

20 January, 2014

Nakul Krishna

Witness and Complicity

Nakul Krishna reviews Rahul Soni's new English translation of the iconic poems of Shrikant Verma's Magadh, the first to be published with parallel Hindi text.

25 November, 2013

Nakul Krishna

The Holy Oxen of Egypt

Inwood and Woolf's new translation reclaims and gives voice to an under-read, but important, Aristotelian text, argues Nakul Krishna.

10 June, 2013

Nakul Krishna

Novel Conceits

Hamid's experiments with genre and form are a singular achievement, not an agenda for the fiction of globalisation.

17 February, 2013

Nakul Krishna

The Fat Sheep’s Tails

William Dalrymple's history of the British invasion of Afghanistan in 1839 draws on new archival material to paint a rich picture of its subject, Nakul Krishna writes.

12 March, 2012

Nakul Krishna

Mountain Rescue

Rory Stewart and Gerald Knaus' Can Intervention Work? charts the ethical and historical trajectory of overseas warfare.

17 October, 2011

Nakul Krishna

The Basket Case

Anatol Lieven's Pakistan: A Hard Country casts a knowledgeable and sympathetic eye over a troubled state.

23 November, 2009

Nakul Krishna

Moment of Sen

Amartya Sen discusses The Idea of Justice

2 March, 2009

Nakul Krishna

On Polyphony

The many voices of Zadie Smith

23 February, 2009

Nakul Krishna

Vision, Poetry, America and Sex

The Selected Letters of Allen Ginsberg and Gary Snyder