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akritshrikant made a comment Oct 14 2020
"This is the book that got me into reading as a child. A masterpiece in all facets, this novel introduces children to a magical world of witchcraft and wizardry. The story is easy enough to read but challenging enough to engross all readers. It can..." Permalink
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akritshrikant made a comment Oct 14 2020
"Set in Colonial India, A Passage to India is a story of trust and prejudice. Centered around a false sexual assault accusation, the novel explores what it means to be a good person. It also questions the very nature of imperialism considering the ..." Permalink
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akritshrikant made a comment Oct 14 2020
"Written by Arthur Miller, Death of a Salesman is centered on a perfectly average man during a time when American exceptionalism is seen as the norm. Willy Loman is a simple man who wants to provide for his family, but is failing in his goal. What’..." Permalink
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akritshrikant made a comment Oct 14 2020
"George Orwell’s most famous novel doesn’t disappoint in the slightest. 1984 is about a totalitarian government who has kept its power through not fear but hatred towards people that aren’t them. Using a combination of information control, surveill..." Permalink
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akritshrikant made a comment Oct 14 2020
"Regarded by most as Joseph Conrad’s masterpiece, Heart of Darkness is a tale of colonialism and apathy. The main character is changed on his journey through the heart of the Congo, and what he sees and experiences turns him into a different man en..." Permalink
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