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    • A Christmas Carol

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      A Christmas Carol is about a grumpy, selfish, melancholy old man called Scrooge who believes homeless people should go to prison or into workhouses. He hates Christmas and is not generous to anyone, even himself. One freezing cold night he is haunted by three Christmas ghosts. Will they change his life forever?

      The moral of this book is to be generous at Christmas and enjoy what you have – and also spend time with friends and family. This poster is inspired by A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, which is a great book about the beauty of Christmas. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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    • A Little Life

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      Hanya Yanagihara’s novel, A Little Life can also drive you mad, consume you, and take over your life. Like the axiom of equality, this novel feels elemental, irreducible—and, dark and disturbing though it is, there is beauty in it. In 2019, A Little Life was ranked 96th on The Guardian’s list of the 100 best books of the 21st century.

      This poster is inspired by the friendship of the four main characters of this amazing novel. An aching tale of pain and trauma, the novel sold close to 35,000 copies till date. Trust us, this one is surely worth adding to your collection.

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    • A Suitable Boy

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      Written by Vikram Seth, A Suitable Boy is a magnum opus about four large extended families – the story takes place in the early 1950s, in newly independent India. The novel opens with Mrs Rupa Mehra, head of one of the four families around which the story is centred, as she tries to arrange the marriage of her younger daughter, Lata, with a ‘suitable boy’.

      Replete with themes of race, religion and class, the mother’s journey to find a suitable man to wed her daughter is not a straightforward one. Seth expertly paints a richly imagined world of four extended families as they manoeuver through a web of love and ambition, humour and sadness, prejudice and reconciliation, the most delicate social etiquette and the appalling violence. Rarely, such a long book {it’s almost 1400 pages long} is both an entertaining read and an intellectually satisfying challenge. Vikram Seth has more than succeeded in both areas.

      This poster is inspired by Haresh Khanna, who is a passionate shoe manufacturer and is one of the ‘suitable boys’ in the novels. A dramatic and unforgettable tale of various characters from India, this book is one of the longest novels published in a single volume. Trust us; this one is indeed worth adding to your collection.

    • Bombay Stories

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      Written by Manto, Bombay Stories is an incredibly written book. A short story writer, journalist and scriptwriter for films and radio in India and later Pakistan, Manto is essential reading. Manto has a way of describing ordinary things in an extraordinary way and that is what makes reading his books so delightful.

      Originally written in Urdu and translated into English by Matt Reeck and Aftab Ahmad, Bombay Stories is a collection of fourteen stories flows with a definite fluidity presenting vibrant emotions and colours of life – love and detachment, mirth and the melancholy. Brewed in the cheap alleys of pre-independent Bombay, amidst the low lives and the pleasure-seekers and the wannabes, these stories pick up the commonplace, every day, and make it shine like embers. His effortlessness is envious.

      This poster is inspired by both the novel and stories by Manto. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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    • Dozakhnama

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      Dozakhnama is a story of Ghalib and Manto, originally written in Bengali by Rabisankar Bal and translated in English by Arunava Sinha.  When Mirza Ghalib and Manto who are quite apart from each other in life and death by time and distance, meet on the common ground of literature to share their experiences, the ground realities of Indian history chapters like Mughal rule, the British invasion, Sepoy Mutiny, Partition take shape from the point of view of a poet and a story writer who lived through those times and weren’t much appreciated while they were still living.

      This poster is inspired by the lyrical writing in Dozakhnama, which is the true soul and heart of the story. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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    • Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban

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      Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban is the third instalment in the Harry Potter series. The Harry Potter series are described as ‘children books’, however, in my opinion, whether you’re twelve or twenty-two, we highly recommend them. The Prisoner of Azkaban cover is by far my favourite: Harry heroically brandishing a wand, from which a silver stag has erupted! To no one’s surprise, I give Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban 5/5 stars!

      This poster is inspired by the magic of Harry Potter, which is one of the crucial pillars of the book. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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    • Kartography

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      Set in Karachi, Pakistan, Kartograhy revolves around Raheen and Karim who have known each other from infancy. Their parents are best friends. The narrative follows their evolving relationship in the 1980s and 1990s, mixed with flashbacks to their parents’ lives before and immediately after marrying in 1971, the year East Pakistan parted from West Pakistan and became Bangladesh.

      The strength of the novel lies in its characters. They are treated with compassion, without excusing their ‘mis’actions. The maps are analogous to the complexity of characters. On one hand, maps can be used to get from point A to point B, bring order to chaos and increase efficiency. On the other hand, maps are the illustrators of stories, which describe the heartbeat of a city, its people and its history.

      This poster is inspired by the role that maps play in Kartography, which is after all a love story between its two main protagonists. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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    • Little Women

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      Four sisters: Meg, Jo, Beth and Amy March, are part of a poor but loving family. With their father off to war, they have only their mother left to encourage them to be the best version of themselves at all times. As they go through love and loss they truly do learn to become ‘little women’.

      Alcott’s writing was elegant yet poignant and haunting at moments, and perfect for the era it was set in, whilst the sister’s personalities were intricately described throughout the whole book. This is the kind of stories that you must treasure and keep on a dusty bookshelf to pass on for generations.

      This poster is inspired by the characters and this poster depicts one of the most memorable quotes from Little Women. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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    • Matilda

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      Matilda is a lovely little book. Its a book about standing up against bullies (no matter who the bullies are.) Its also a book about learning to live with yourself, about being who you are despite the pressures those who are supposed to love you may exert on your personality.

      Its a book written for readers and one that establishes so firmly why reading is so damn important in a world that is becoming increasingly detached from the things that truly matter in life. Pick it up today, if you have not already done it.

      This poster is inspired by Matilda who is the main protagonist in this incredible book by Roald Dahl. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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    • Moby Dick

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      Stripped of its multitude of digressions, Moby-Dick is at heart a fantastic adventure and literary treasure brimming with symbolism and some of the most colourful and memorable characters ever encountered.

      Ultimately, the story of Ismail and Queequeg’s friendship is one of tolerance and understanding; so much so, in fact, that it is a positive example to us all. Not only does Ismail not treat his bunkmate as a dangerous savage, as something frightening, but he takes an active interest in him, his culture and his religion. Better on a re-read. Probably better on a third or a fourth.

      This poster is inspired by the beautiful writing in Moby Dick, which is truly memorable and amazing. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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    • The Book Thief

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      Set in Germany in the years 1939-1943, The Book Thief tells the story of Liesel, narrated by Death who has in his possession the book she wrote about these years. So, in a way, they are both book thieves. Liesel steals randomly at first, and later more methodically, but she’s never greedy. Death pockets Liesel’s notebook after she leaves it, forgotten in her grief, amongst the destruction that was once her street, her home, and carries it with him.

      With The Book Thief, Markus Zusak has shown he’s a writer of genius, an artist of words, a poet, a literary marvel. His writing is lyrical, haunting, poetic, profound. This book is life-changing, because without ever denying the essential amorality and randomness of the natural order, “The Book Thief” offers us a believable, hard-won hope. That hope is embodied in Liesel, who grows into a good and generous person despite the suffering all around her, and finally becomes a human even Death can love. The hope we see in Liesel is unassailable, the kind you can hang on to in the midst of poverty and war and violence.

      This poster is inspired by the characters of The Book Thief, which are the true soul and heart of the story. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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    • The Forty Rules of Love

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      The Forty Rules of Love follows the parallel life paths of Rumi and Shams of Tabriz in the 13th century (a rather famous pair), the unfolding story of Ella, a Massachusetts housewife with her first editing job, and Aziz Z. Zahara, the globe-trotting author of the book she is reading.

      The Forty Rules of Love takes Sufism into blockbuster territory. It interweaves Ella’s quest to find love with Shams’s and Rumi’s quest for beatitude through friendship, as told by a range of characters including Rumi’s wife and sons: one of whom was to assassinate Shams, the other to carry on his father’s work. The narrative is racy, told in first-person fragments, letters, emails and braided through with Shams’s theosophy as told through his 40 rules of love.

      This poster is inspired by one of the most beautiful quotes from Forty Rules of Love. An essential reading, make sure you add both the book and poster to your collection right now.

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