Tag Archive for 'fiction'
I finished reading Fountainhead (by Ayn Rand) back in February when I was finally relaxing after going through the rigours of the semester exams. It is an epic novel championing the individualism of mankind. I loved this book like anything. I had borrowed it from a friend. I also finished reading One Hundred Years Of […]
Recently I read the novel ‘Namesake’ by Jhumpa Lahiri, the 2000 Pulitzer Prize winner. It is a poignant narrative of a few characters exiled between U.S. and India living a most unremarkable life. The author narrates in a very simple yet elegant style delving deep into the emotional space of the characters. Lahiri misses out […]