Reading Day Competition-(Book review challenge: Between the Covers)

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The English Literary Association (Dep. English) as part of the Reading Day organized a book review challenge for MA English Language and Literature students. The reading challenge platform was a doorway for the students to explore the depth and to unfold the mystery that the writer has secretly kept inside his work of art. Haruki Murakami’s Birthday Girl was opted for reviewing. Capturing the essence of the book, students made a brilliant exploration beyond the boundaries of Murakami’s storytelling. Resonating their reading and writing skills students took the review challenge through words to wisdom.

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