Category Archives: World Literature

Book Review – Who will Cry when you Die

Let me begin by saying, I am not a great fan of Robin Sharma. I was not impressed by the book called “The leader who had no title” previously. The language used and ideas discussed were like bouncers bowled at … Continue reading

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Brave New World

    How does it feel like to be in a world where there is no poverty, war or disease? A utopia where every one is smiling, happy and cheerful.What if to achieve that utopia, we would have to eliminate … Continue reading

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The Diary of Anne Frank

The Holocaust was not about 4 million or 5 million people dead. It was the fact that such large millions were brutally exterminated, just because they did not satisfy weird ideas of cultural supremacy. The Holocaust was not about gas … Continue reading

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Animal Farm

Why do revolutions often end up devouring their own kind? The French Revolution was fought on the principles of Liberty, Equality and Fraternity , yet it ended up creating a regime, as despotic and tyrannical as the one it overthrew. … Continue reading

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Around the World in 80 Days

When I was growing up as a kid, there were two things that would always hold a special place in my life one was The Poseidon Adventure a 1977 big budget movie which hooked me on to Hollywood and the … Continue reading

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