Atonement by Ian McEwan

Atonement by Ian McEwan

I was engrossed in this book from the beginning until the end. On the wings of this delightful piece of prose, I was transported into the pre-war England and the world of betrayal and guilt, while at the same time I was captivated by a passionate and abiding love between two young lovers. Consisting of four parts, the novel Atonement gives us a moving portrayal of the main characters through their stream of consciousness.
Remains of the Day: Film Adaptation Flaws

Remains of the Day: Film Adaptation Flaws

One of the most acclaimed novels by Kazuo Ishiguro “The Remains of the Day” is definitely one of the best works of English postmodernist literature. Therefore, it is not surprising that I have been looking forward to watching its film adaptation starring Anthony Hopkins and Emma Thomson. Unfortunately, the film failed to impress me the way the book had done. In my opinion, there are some unpardonable mistakes, which is what led me to write this brief film review.
Judging a book by its cover: The Great Gatsby

Judging a book by its cover: The Great Gatsby

The original cover for The Great Gatsby features a pair of droopy blue eyes and bright red lips placed in the midst of dark night sky arousing the overwhelming sense of foreboding. Evocative of sorrow and decay, these faceless eyes are the central symbol of Fitzgerald’s novel.
juliet, naked

Juliet, Naked

a Review A pop culture fanatic is about to reach a turning point in his life after an exploratory trip to the U.S., when his years-long relationship starts to crumble.…