In celebration of the National Poetry Month, aside from reading a lot of poems and getting into the groove of writing some of my own again, I am sharing my three most beloved poems from three of my most favorite poets. I share my favorite lines from my top 3 and top 2 choices from … Continue reading Top 3 Poems from my Top 3 Favorite Poets
Basho also lived an interesting Zen life that stretches beyond his gift in creating seventeen-syllable masterpieces. Read on to see how it translates to his haiku compositions.
We the Living was the first fiction that Ayn Rand has completed after fleeing proletarian Russia in 1926. The heroine, Kira Argounova, displayed strong will, integrity, and ambition that no amount of social movement was able to stop her from pursuing.
It is astounding for one to create a complex literature in a span of a year. Kafka’s The Trial was about the crooked and paradoxical 'injustice of the justice system.'
Nabokov’s "The Eye" is an obscure narrative of a pitiful émigré in Berlin named Smurov, who takes us on his posthumous adventures.