“Princess” by Jean P Sasson

Princess is the story about ‘sultana’. The princess does not reveal her real name because it will ruin her life. Princess Sultana sent letter to author Jean Sasson, who is the author of the book “The Princess”. “Princess” is the trilogy called a “political rallying cry….” by publisher’s weekly. Circle paints a horrifying reality for women of the desert kingdom. Sultana wrote about her tragic experience in that...

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Book Review-”The Fault In Our Stars” by John Green

“My thoughts are stars I can’t fathom into constellations” If you can’t recognize this quote, then I can safely guess that you haven’t had the privilege of reading “The Fault in Our Stars” by John Green, or the pleasure of getting to know Augustus Waters. While the novel is funny, poignant and luminous, it also revolves around the complex questions about life and death through its chief characters – Flazel Grace and Augustus Waters....

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Book Review – Mansfield Park by Jane Austen

“Fanny Price” is the main character of the book. Most of the characters in this book show wealth, states and pleasure, other than their personal and moral costs. Fanny’s passive and proper nature makes her an ideal medium among all other characters. Fanny is the image of what a well-meaning girl in her place but she is not a heroine. She is small sacred and timid. She is often married by what she is doing or saying, constantly ready...

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Book Review – Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre is a psychological novel. It is written by Charlotte Bronte. The novel was first published in 1847, under Charlotte Bronte’s pseudonym, Currer Bell. Jane Eyre is the story of a girl who is orphaned at a very young age she is adopted by an aunt Mrs. Reed. Jane Eyre is faced so many problem in that house she was ill treated by Mrs. Reed family. Later she joined in the missionary school with the help of Mr. Lylod. She was...

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Book Review – Nothing Gold Can Stay

“Nothing Gold Can Stay” is one of the shortest poems by Robert Frost who has written enormous numbers of longer poems like “Mending Wall” and “Birches”. Nothing endures but change Robert Frost delineated the concept of impermanence of life in eight lines of his poetry. Nature’s first green might refer to the spring season or the green leaves that are golden in colour due to the early sunshine, that lasts not too long but only few...

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Book Review – Room – Emma Donoghue

The novel is about the 5 year old boy named Jack who permits to live in a physical world, the room which is just 11/11 foot where he lives with his mother. Jack visions the real world from the teachings of his mother. But he is more used to the physical world, a room where he finds his mother all the time infront of his eyes. The reader can learn the synonyms taught in the novel faster than jack. In this way, Donoghue is trying to...

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