Reviews by Priyam

The Tragedy of Pudd'nhead Wilson

by Mark Twain

The Tragedy of Puddn'head Wilson caught my interest when I had to study an excerpt from the story as a part of my curriculum in Law and Literature. I really loved the way Twain has used wits in describing situations and the characters. The highlight of the story is the Puddn'head Wilson's almanac which begins with witty and humorous calendar quotes....it's a must read!

Reviewed on 2009.07.18

Murder!

by Arnold Bennett

I happened to read this story for the first time as apart of our curriculum in English for Law students (Law and Literature) and I simply enjoyed the experience. It was an absolute delight anf a very engaging story...
Highly recommended!

Reviewed on 2009.06.26

Family Happiness

by Leo Nikoleyevich Tolstoy

Family Happiness is one of the best novellas I've ever read...while the plot is extremely simple as compared to other splendid Tolstoy works like Anna Karenina, War and Peace and Resurrection, Tolstoy's sheer style of writing and conveying the simplest of things in such a beautiful manner makes this book a highly enjoyable reading. I feel it's a must read especially for all young girls who're set to get married- it's neither overtly mushy nor overtly realistic. It's sweet and heart warming....
Happy Reading!

Reviewed on 2008.11.22

Anna Karenina

by Leo Tolstoy

Anna Karenina is a true master piece. A highly engaging work of fiction with an incredible charm of the life and times in the Russian aristocratic society...Not only is the plot very interesting but so is the sub plot involving Kitty and Levin. Very much recommended!

Reviewed on 2008.07.26

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