Author Review: Toni Morrison

I read two books by Tony Morrison, Nobel-Prize winning author-- And I can just say this: READ HER WORK. Now, this might come off as obvious, she has a Pulitzer Prize and Nobel Prize in Literature, duh!, but sometimes critically acclaimed work doesn't really appeal to the non-critics, like myself and possibly you. They are just... Continue Reading →

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Book review: The Idiot

This is the review for The Idiot written by Elif Batuman, not Fyodor Dostoevsky's The Idiot. I decided to read this because it was mentioned in my college's recommended summer reading list which you can see here. It is the story an 18-year-old, Selin, who starts her freshman year at Harvard University. In the approximately 400 pages, Selin explores... Continue Reading →

Book review: Interpreter of Maladies

Interpreter of Maladies is a Pulitzer- winning collection of short stories written by Jhumpa Lahiri. The stories are NewYorker fiction length i.e. 4000 words approximately. I have been Lahiri's fan for a long time but I had only read her articles and stories found in certain publications. This was the first book I read written... Continue Reading →

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