“This poem is an apt example of how H.D. had the quality to transform the mild into the brittle. How do you break roses?” asks Tuhin Bhowal.
“प्रेम अराजनैतिक भी हो सकता है क्या? यहाँ तक कि स्त्री-पुरुष संबंध राजनैतिक है, फिर किसी समाज व्यवस्था से प्रेम, एक बेहतर कल का सपना, एक बेहतर व्यवस्था की चाह, भुखमरी-बेरोजगारी से छुटकारा कैसे अराजनैतिक होगा?” आशु लिखते हैं।
“With deep wisdom, Reijul tells us that evil is not necessarily in your face or obvious – it is subtle, unctuous, insidious,” writes Sonali Bhatia.
“Such naked truth, even in its subtlety, is a tight slap on the hypocritical society. And what better way to explore it than through one of the greatest writers of the previous century,” writes Nikhat Mahmood.
“Most of Sacred Games is tightly paced with sharp dialogue. The few times it slacks is when it is trying to give life lessons overtly,” writes Carol D’Souza.
“Angelou has the remarkable ability to think and write like a child, and to remember every single detail of her own childhood, every emotion, every drop of rain,” writes Megha K.