I love reading classics, especially Gothic Fiction. It's dark, mysterious, there are morally grey characters, gloomy settings, horror and death! What's not to like! It's fascinating really to think people wrote something like this almost a century back, the time when we think humanity was not as bad as it is now.So one of the … Continue reading Book Review | Wuthering Heights? More like Narcissistic Heights!
I find it absolutely wonderful when I read a fantasy book and it directly correlates to my simple, boring life. I just completed reading Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka and I can't believe how exactly resonating this Novella was. I mean there are books about love, mental health, magic, being poor, struggling with life and death, … Continue reading Book Review | Absurdity of Metamorphosis by Franz Kafka
Do you ever wish you could read people's mind? I do, multiple times. Isn't it all so exciting to know what secrets are harboured in another person's head, especially a very handsome, artistic, literary genius. I'd surely want to read that guys mind. But the truth is being in anyone's mind is a horrible place … Continue reading Book Review | The immorality of Lolita
If you go back around the time of Elizabeth you'll realise every other man was very much capable of writing brilliant sonnets and songs. It took several decades for a woman (Aphra Behn) in English literature to come forward and start earning professionally from her writing (it was her only means of survival because all … Continue reading Book Review | If Shakespeare had a sister
Ophelia is one of the prominent characters in Shakespeare's Hamlet. She was in love with Hamlet who was heir to the throne of Denmark, and in certain situations Hamlet reciprocated. Nonetheless, Ophelia's father and brother warned her to stay away of Hamlet in order to guard her childlike innocence. Eventually, Hamlet takes Ophelia's virginity and … Continue reading Book Review | The Obscurity of Ophelia
The first time I read 'The little prince' was when I was a teenager and I loved it how much it resonated with me. Of course, I hated each and evey adult at that time and of course I never thought I would turn out to be that exact adult I feared the most. I recently … Continue reading Book Review | A children’s book written for adults