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Ask Kabita #29: Our Book Recommendation Expert

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Hello, bookworms! Welcome to the brand new edition of Ask Kabita. Even as summer promises to recede and monsoon looks all set to take over, here are the answers to your queries.

 

Which books are the best introductions to existentialist literature to begin? Thanks. - Renuka, Pune.

Thank you for writing. You can begin with Albert Camus’ The Stranger, The Fall and The Plague. Or you could try Nausea by Jean- Paul Sartre.

 

Please recommend some books on Indian sculpture; books on any period will do. - Mohan Ramaswamy, Bangalore

You can refer to Indian Temple Sculpture by John Guy and Indian Sculpture & Iconography by Ganapati V. Sthapti. Hope these help.

 

Which book would you recommend as the first book that I read by Ernest Hemingway? Thank you. – Preeti Lal, Shillon

You can try Ernest Hemingway’s A Farewell to Arms or his short story, The Snows of Kilimanjaro. Hope you enjoy these reads.

 

Thank you for writing, folks.  Adios for now. Look forward to your email at ask@bookchums.com.

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