My Mom & Dad: my best friends?.........IMPOSSIBLE, scream I from the recesses ofmy thoughts as a whirlpool of orders & regulations rush through my consciousness :“Don’t stay out late”“Don’t come home early from Church”“Don’t talk to strangers”“Don’t ignore your Professors”“Go to college everyday”“Don’t eat this”“Don’t drink that”“Don’t talk too much”“Don’t party all … [Read more...] about ‘MY MOM & DAD’ : MY BEST FRIENDS!!!
Archives for January 2013
#Review Malgudi Schooldays : Immortal Swami. … [Read more...] about Malgudi Schooldays : Immortal Swami Review
In my school we were always given an option during the library period. Either we could read a fiction book (Hardy Boys, Nancy Drew, Princess Diaries, Harry Potter,etc) from the selection on the table next to the giant chart of South America or we could stand in a line & enter the inner part of the library where we could choose a classic to read (all abridged). Being a … [Read more...] about #reading #CLASSICS- Why children should be encouraged to read them
Saki's: ‘The Stalled Ox’ from the 1914 collection 'Beasts & Super-Beasts': Short Story Analysis Saki is the true master of witty and macabre storytelling. He proves himself to be a person who does not analyze situations at their face value and gets into the minds of people professing certain ideas. For H. H. Munro, also well known as Saki, the world of simplicity is a … [Read more...] about Saki’s: ‘The Stalled Ox’ from the 1914 collection ‘Beasts & Super-Beasts’: Short Story Analysis
R.K.Narayan surprised me with this novel. Set during the period when the Family Control propagation came into focus, this novel can shock a person as well as realize the depth of the Indian soul. Narayan in this novel tries to go with the times & is very bold in his writing. Infact, the novel involves many themes of the 1970's Indian scenario like birth control, Bollywood, … [Read more...] about #Review The Painter Of Signs by R. K. Narayan