Articles by Tanjil Rashid
Tanjil Rashid / January 26, 2020
Martin Hägglund’s This Life sees the Swedish secular philosopher set up an imitation religion
The Second Mountain is full of rambling anecdotes of exemplary virtue
Ahmed Saadawi's new book is an impressively macabre tale of modern Iraq
A new book, The Epic City, traces the city's literary heritage
Tanjil Rashid / July 20, 2017
The 100-page story of Milly and Soni, two tribal villagers, is held together by Mukherjee’s wonderfully inventive prose style
Fantasy—like the original dream of Pakistan—is a refuge, when no one lives happily ever after in reality
Tanjil Rashid / July 14, 2016
'The book’s concern with the dichotomy between passion and marital security is also outshone by Anam’s forays into social commentary'
At Prospect's recent event, experts discussed cyber threats to our financial system
Tanjil Rashid / March 26, 2015
(Simon & Schuster, £25) When Ferdinand Mount finally read a book of family history by his aunt Ursie, he couldn’t believe how accomplished it was. Charting the ups and downs of a Fife...