Saturday, February 23, 2008

Random Conclusions from the Reading Room

Too much reading makes the average writer feel inspired and 'blocked' at the same time.

It is better to read 'To Kill a Mockingbird' when you are an adult.The dichotomy becomes crystal clear.

Bad spelling and grammar may complement Joyce's 'stream of consciousness'. Nevertheless,'Ulysees' is sometimes impossible to read.

D.H. Lawrence comes across as a hopeless romantic with a whiff of the 'Odeipus Rex' complex.

You cannot implement Ayn Rand's philosophy by the book unless you live in Utopia.

I love John Steinbeck!


Gammafunction said...

Agree with you on the Joyce,Rand and the Steinbeck comment!

ankita anand said...

good to have someone else feel the same for joyce