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Author RK Narayan Best-Known for Swami and Friends

Author RK Narayan Best-Known for Swami and Friends

RK Narayan best-known for Swami and Friends was born on October 10, 1906. He was born in former Madras and modern-day Chennai. His father was a school headmaster...

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Matthew Alexander Jackson

What They Didn't Teach You About the Great Gatsby's Nick Carraway

Studying the Great Gatsby in school. Well if you ever do an essay about its narrator you need to read this article on what they don't teach you in school. Want your ...

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Science Fiction is one of the most popular genres of all times; it is read by the people of all ages and all fields. Time has been witness of the popular classics that emerged in the world of

By: Arfa Zahid l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Apr 01, 2012

Emily Bronte in her first novel, the Wuthering Heights brought a new sensation to the world of the 18th century. It was a world of divided living, where fine lines were drawn among all the social

By: Arfa Zahid l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Apr 01, 2012

RK Narayan best-known for Swami and Friends was born on October 10, 1906. He was born in former Madras and modern-day Chennai. His father was a school headmaster and moved about a lot; therefore he

By: Anju K Batra l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Feb 27, 2012
Matthew Alexander Jackson

Studying the Great Gatsby in school. Well if you ever do an essay about its narrator you need to read this article on what they don't teach you in school. Want your essay to stand out and be credited

By: Matthew Alexander Jackson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Feb 24, 2012

Stephen Dedalus is a young man lost in the world; he spends the majority of his life in religious schools, divorced and detached from his family and his parents. The heads of the schools, the

By: Fiona F Fimmel l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Jan 12, 2012
Er Nuylan

For Dan Brown, who caused the millions of those who read his novel Da Vinci Code, to raise eyebrows, or chuckle, or pull the book closer for a better view, Jesus' espouse was Mary Magdalene. I

By: Er Nuylan l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Dec 08, 2011
Mark Lord

This article gives a brief introduction to Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace. It also provides a Reading Guide ideal for Book Groups, the interested reader or student.

By: Mark Lord l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 30, 2011
Lynai Lamason

John Steinbeck (1902-1968) is one of America's greatest writers and is a Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 1962. I must confess, though, that this is the first time I read a book by him, all

By: Lynai Lamason l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 16, 2011

It bears repeating that history repeats itself. Although Arthur Miller's The Crucible is about the Salem Witch Trials in 17th century New England, it is also a biting satire of McCarthyism in the

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011

Although Macbeth is not exactly an idol for the ages, given that he committed murder in a crazed pursuit of power, he certainly does have some notable words to impart through the illustrious voice of

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011

Classics like Romeo and Juliet being made into movies and the new Great Gatsby movie and what is appealing to a filmmaker about the book's setting. A classic that hasn't been adapted is as common as

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011

Aldous Huxley wrote a treatise in 1958 that explicated how his dystopian vision in Brave New World was coming true. If Huxley felt like that then, imagine what he would say about the world now. The

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011
Mark Lord

If you are new to historical fiction, then this article gives you an insight into some of the best novels within this genre of fiction. The five novels described are chosen based on the author's own

By: Mark Lord l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 05, 2011
Mark Lord

This article provides an introduction to Leo Tolstoy's novella The Cossacks, published in 1863. It also provides a Reading Guide ideal for Book Groups, the interested reader or students.

By: Mark Lord l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 04, 2011
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RK Narayan best-known for Swami and Friends was born on October 10, 1906. He was born in former Madras and modern-day Chennai. His father was a school headmaster and moved about a lot; therefore he

By: Anju K Batra l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 87 lComments: 0
Matthew Alexander Jackson

Studying the Great Gatsby in school. Well if you ever do an essay about its narrator you need to read this article on what they don't teach you in school. Want your essay to stand out and be credited

By: Matthew Alexander Jackson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 76 lComments: 0
Lynai Lamason

John Steinbeck (1902-1968) is one of America's greatest writers and is a Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 1962. I must confess, though, that this is the first time I read a book by him, all

By: Lynai Lamason l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 16, 2011 lViews: 73 lComments: 0

Stephen Dedalus is a young man lost in the world; he spends the majority of his life in religious schools, divorced and detached from his family and his parents. The heads of the schools, the

By: Fiona F Fimmel l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Jan 12, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Er Nuylan

For Dan Brown, who caused the millions of those who read his novel Da Vinci Code, to raise eyebrows, or chuckle, or pull the book closer for a better view, Jesus' espouse was Mary Magdalene. I

By: Er Nuylan l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Dec 08, 2011 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Mark Lord

If you are new to historical fiction, then this article gives you an insight into some of the best novels within this genre of fiction. The five novels described are chosen based on the author's own

By: Mark Lord l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 05, 2011 lViews: 59 lComments: 0

It bears repeating that history repeats itself. Although Arthur Miller's The Crucible is about the Salem Witch Trials in 17th century New England, it is also a biting satire of McCarthyism in the

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011 lViews: 59 lComments: 0
Mark Lord

This article gives a brief introduction to Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace. It also provides a Reading Guide ideal for Book Groups, the interested reader or student.

By: Mark Lord l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 30, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0

Aldous Huxley wrote a treatise in 1958 that explicated how his dystopian vision in Brave New World was coming true. If Huxley felt like that then, imagine what he would say about the world now. The

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

Emily Bronte in her first novel, the Wuthering Heights brought a new sensation to the world of the 18th century. It was a world of divided living, where fine lines were drawn among all the social

By: Arfa Zahid l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Apr 01, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0
Mark Lord

This article provides an introduction to Leo Tolstoy's novella The Cossacks, published in 1863. It also provides a Reading Guide ideal for Book Groups, the interested reader or students.

By: Mark Lord l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 04, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

Classics like Romeo and Juliet being made into movies and the new Great Gatsby movie and what is appealing to a filmmaker about the book's setting. A classic that hasn't been adapted is as common as

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

Although Macbeth is not exactly an idol for the ages, given that he committed murder in a crazed pursuit of power, he certainly does have some notable words to impart through the illustrious voice of

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

Science Fiction is one of the most popular genres of all times; it is read by the people of all ages and all fields. Time has been witness of the popular classics that emerged in the world of

By: Arfa Zahid l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Apr 01, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0
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Lynai Lamason

John Steinbeck (1902-1968) is one of America's greatest writers and is a Nobel Prize winner for Literature in 1962. I must confess, though, that this is the first time I read a book by him, all

By: Lynai Lamason l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 16, 2011 lViews: 73 lComments: 0
Matthew Alexander Jackson

Studying the Great Gatsby in school. Well if you ever do an essay about its narrator you need to read this article on what they don't teach you in school. Want your essay to stand out and be credited

By: Matthew Alexander Jackson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Feb 24, 2012 lViews: 76 lComments: 0

Stephen Dedalus is a young man lost in the world; he spends the majority of his life in religious schools, divorced and detached from his family and his parents. The heads of the schools, the

By: Fiona F Fimmel l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Jan 12, 2012 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Er Nuylan

For Dan Brown, who caused the millions of those who read his novel Da Vinci Code, to raise eyebrows, or chuckle, or pull the book closer for a better view, Jesus' espouse was Mary Magdalene. I

By: Er Nuylan l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Dec 08, 2011 lViews: 62 lComments: 0
Mark Lord

This article gives a brief introduction to Leo Tolstoy's War and Peace. It also provides a Reading Guide ideal for Book Groups, the interested reader or student.

By: Mark Lord l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 30, 2011 lViews: 55 lComments: 0
Mark Lord

This article provides an introduction to Leo Tolstoy's novella The Cossacks, published in 1863. It also provides a Reading Guide ideal for Book Groups, the interested reader or students.

By: Mark Lord l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 04, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0
Mark Lord

If you are new to historical fiction, then this article gives you an insight into some of the best novels within this genre of fiction. The five novels described are chosen based on the author's own

By: Mark Lord l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 05, 2011 lViews: 59 lComments: 0

It bears repeating that history repeats itself. Although Arthur Miller's The Crucible is about the Salem Witch Trials in 17th century New England, it is also a biting satire of McCarthyism in the

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011 lViews: 59 lComments: 0

Although Macbeth is not exactly an idol for the ages, given that he committed murder in a crazed pursuit of power, he certainly does have some notable words to impart through the illustrious voice of

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011 lViews: 49 lComments: 0

Classics like Romeo and Juliet being made into movies and the new Great Gatsby movie and what is appealing to a filmmaker about the book's setting. A classic that hasn't been adapted is as common as

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011 lViews: 51 lComments: 0

Aldous Huxley wrote a treatise in 1958 that explicated how his dystopian vision in Brave New World was coming true. If Huxley felt like that then, imagine what he would say about the world now. The

By: Paul Thomson l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Nov 15, 2011 lViews: 53 lComments: 0

Science Fiction is one of the most popular genres of all times; it is read by the people of all ages and all fields. Time has been witness of the popular classics that emerged in the world of

By: Arfa Zahid l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Apr 01, 2012 lViews: 46 lComments: 0

Emily Bronte in her first novel, the Wuthering Heights brought a new sensation to the world of the 18th century. It was a world of divided living, where fine lines were drawn among all the social

By: Arfa Zahid l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Apr 01, 2012 lViews: 52 lComments: 0

RK Narayan best-known for Swami and Friends was born on October 10, 1906. He was born in former Madras and modern-day Chennai. His father was a school headmaster and moved about a lot; therefore he

By: Anju K Batra l Book Reviews > Literary Classics l Feb 27, 2012 lViews: 87 lComments: 0
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