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Reviewed Animal Farm - George Orwell

Mar 07, 2017 11:35 AM 2458 Views

Animal Farm is an allegorical novella by George Orwell, first published in England on 17 August 1945. Orwell was one of the people who got everything during the first half of the 20th century. Namely he opposed fascism and communication and advocated for a humanist, democratic socialism. In othe...Read more

Reviewed The Chaos Within

Feb 23, 2017 04:44 PM 1854 Views

'The Chaos Within' is a decent book, with a predictable and familiar plot. The plot of old friends meeting at a University reunion has been done before myriad times. One does not have to be an astute reader to guess what follows . Old secrets come to surface, skeletons of the past are unearthed,...Read more

Reviewed The Sense of an Ending - Julian Barnes

Feb 23, 2017 04:37 PM 1809 Views

Having just finished this absolutely fantastic book, I cannot, not will I ever be able to accurately detail how much I love this book. I have simultaneously reviewed my whole life, my life, my loves, my regrets, and my failings and have comeback feelings as if this singular author has not only b...Read more

Reviewed Charlotte's Web - E.B White

Feb 23, 2017 04:10 PM 1849 Views

Charlotte's Web is a tender children's story with sweet insights about life, growing up, and mortality. It's a privilege to open and hear the timber of a gifted writer, whose voice was so simple that one wonders why this book was not hatched decades earlier. The author's voice remain unique enou...Read more

Reviewed Julius Caesar - William Shakespeare

Feb 23, 2017 03:57 PM 2663 Views

I've been reading this for moths since I've been studying it at uni. But I wanted to take my time to actually understand the use of the language, so page after page, I would study the words. There have been already many critics about this play, so there is no need to push it. I'll just say th...Read more

Reviewed Glimpses Of Bengal - Rabindranath Tagore

Feb 23, 2017 02:08 PM 1960 Views

An amazing selection of letters written by Rabindranath Tagore during 1885 -1895, when he was under the shelter of obscurity. Some of the letters made their way back to Tagore and are translated by him itself. He, the first European who won the nobel prize in 1913. His collection of beautiful co...Read more

Reviewed Stray Birds - Rabindranath Tagore

Feb 23, 2017 01:43 PM 3151 Views

Stray Birds is a collection of poetic aphorism, remarkable for their simplicity but resonating deeply with fundamental truths of being, life, love and the marvels of our universe. "The birth and death of the leaves are the rapid whirls of the eddy whose wider circles move slowly among stars. ...Read more

Reviewed Tempest, The - William Shakespeare

Feb 23, 2017 11:19 AM 4942 Views

Simple yet profound, The tempest is a heartbreakingly sincere piece of elaborate theatrical article. Shakespear is a magician at the height of his powers, so accomplished at his craft that he can reveal the mechanisms of his most marvelous tricks and still astonish us. This time through, I was s...Read more

Reviewed As You Like It - William Shakespeare

Feb 23, 2017 10:48 AM 4532 Views

As You Like it is a pastoral comedy by William Shakespeare believe to have been written in 1599. The play's first performance is uncertain, though a performance at wilton house in 1603 has been suggested as a possibility. As You like it follows its heroine Rosalnd as she flees persecution in ...Read more

Reviewed Golden Gate, The - Vikram Seth

Feb 23, 2017 10:21 AM 3423 Views

To write a contemporary love story, intertwining the lives of 6 people that you and me can completely relate to, and delving deep into their everyday lives, struggles, loves and lamentation and to be able to do this entirely using sonnets and poetry simply unbelievable. This poem/story/work of f...Read more

Reviewed Chitra - Rabindranath Tagore

Feb 23, 2017 09:47 AM 7736 Views

The play is all about chitra who's got a little problem. Now Chitra is a princess who, due to her father not having a son, is brought up rather manly so she ins't that attractive. Then she happens to see arjuna in the forest, falls in love with him and asks her really cool'friend' who happens to...Read more

Reviewed Gitanjali - Rabindranath Tagore

Feb 23, 2017 09:39 AM 2639 Views

Finished it, felt complete myself too, this will say in my conscience forever. Has ordered it's hardcover. One of the magnificent works of 20th century from an Indian poet the great Rabindranath Tagore. Had no clue it will inspire my life in the similar heights of Himalayan mountain . Beware I a...Read more

Reviewed Wuthering Heights - Emily Bronte

Feb 22, 2017 04:21 PM 3735 Views

Alas, this is to be a re-read yet again, but paper back next time. Man do I have to stop being distracted Audio books appear not to be the best format for me, but I did still enjoy. After reading this in high school, I chose to listen this second time around in the car on my new 40 minute commut...Read more

Reviewed Rainbow, The - D. H. Lawrence

Feb 22, 2017 03:33 PM 2255 Views

D.H. Lawrence - my latest attempt to back fill my lacking education in classic literature after years of amusing myself with fringe prose. What makes something literature vs. plain affection? who knows - I guess it's the timelessness of the story and this one certainly is that; Lawrence has the ...Read more

Reviewed Hungry Stones - Rabindranath Tagore

Feb 22, 2017 03:21 PM 2632 Views

As I was reading through this I wondered why most of Tagore's stories are so sad and depressing(but not in an unlikable way) .Happy ending or cheerful plotllines were rare that I almost cheered at some that ended pleasantly. I would describe these stories as poignant .They touch you and stay wit...Read more

Reviewed The Invisible Man - H G Wells

Feb 22, 2017 03:14 PM 8203 Views

The Invisible man follows the trail of an arrogant and selfish man who is too doltish to think of any negatives to being invisible until after he achieves such a state. I've been an H.G. Wells fan for years, but strangely enough had not yet read any of his books, until now. A fan of his stories ...Read more

Reviewed Little Men - Louisa May Alcott

Feb 22, 2017 03:05 PM 2025 Views

I like this one better than Little Women but not as much as jo's Boys. I adore Dan from the moment he slouches in, and Tommy Bangs reminds me of my own boy. There's not as much overt moralizing her as in LW, and the scenes of domestic life are somehow a little more vibrant in their cheerful chao...Read more

Reviewed Three Men In a Boat - Jerome K Jerome

Feb 22, 2017 02:57 PM 7280 Views

Three men in a Boat published in 1889, is a humorous account by English writter Jerome K. Three men in a boat was simply epic hilarious stuff. Though the book was published way back in 1889, it is still outrageously funny to this day. undoubtedly one of the funniest things I have ever read . If ...Read more

Reviewed Gora - Rabindranath Tagore

Feb 22, 2017 02:46 PM 6326 Views

A story set in the times when bengali society was divided into the traditional Hindus and the modern - thinkers . It is about Tagore's exploration of religion and nationalism with invariably got intermingled, but does not end as a mere socio- political discourse. This book will leave one thinkin...Read more

Reviewed Malgudi Days - R K Narayan

Feb 22, 2017 02:37 PM 4561 Views

I loved this collection of short stories - R K Narayan ranks there with chekov. The stories capture the essence of india and spirit of her people. Having studied and traveled there, I felt nostalgic reading about the lives of the households and street denizens of the fictional yet not so fiction...Read more

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