Analysis of Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart by Fawaz A.H

Chinua Achebe’s Things Fall Apart is a canonical African novel of the colonial period, so well representative of this niche that it is read worldwide in the study of African novels. Even more, Things Fall Apart is a recommended literature reading, not just in African countries, but in English speaking countries worldwide. It is for…

Book Review || Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon

I read Everything Everything by Nicola Yoon because the movie is about to be released (exactly on the 19th of May, 2017) and I really wanted to read the book before I saw the movie. Its a book about a girl (Madeleine, Maddy) who is so sick that she literally cannot leave her house. She…

Book Review || The Catcher In The Rye by Aisha Yusuff

Rebellion is an ostensible behaviour ascribed with adolescence. It is as though the transition from ‘child’ to ‘young adult’ must be characterized by events that send out the message of independence. Parents’ refusal to emotionally acknowledge this, further fuel the very act itself.      The Catcher in the rye (I had personally titled it…

12 Books For People That are Curious About Feminism

Feminism is a word that is both loved and hated by many. A feminist is seen by most as someone who hates men and is not afraid to show it. In contrast, most feminists want to get married and have children and do normal people stuff (correct me if I’m wrong). Feminists want to have…

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