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On Reading Harry Potter As An Adult (and 6 Reasons Why You Should!)

Can a book meant for youngsters actually be enjoyed by adults? Turns out, it can! Here are 6 reasons why you should read Harry Potter as an adult.

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But parents are unreliable witnesses. They make up stories about your infancy to suit what they have decided is your character. Also – though they would never admit this – they mix up siblings, and misreport their early words and deeds.” — Hilary Mantel | Blot, Erase, Delete


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Of B&B is a magazine where we explore and examine literature with readers and writers, illustrators and publishers, speakers and scientists. From book reviews to studying the lives (sometimes rosy, sometimes tumultuous) of those who bring these books to life, we attempt to bring in-depth, unbiased narratives from the world of literature and literary criticism to you. Our commentary is based on both Indian as well as International works. From best-selling writers to bibliophiles, from critics to fans, from paperback purists to ebook enthusiasts, we hope to bring everyone into a single fold to obsess intellectually over matters of literature.