Saturday, June 26, 2010


I miss this place. Haven't talked to it for a while. While there so much going in this world - SPORTS,POLITICS,BITCHING AND OF COURSE CINEMA.

I don't know what to write now because i have lost the flow and i am here sitting in a cafe where people are observing me so i better shut up and just to make my presence feel over here i have written something very random.

Miss you.
Bye and will be back will all good posts by next week.

Monday, June 7, 2010

To Kill a Mocking Bird - Book Review.

“Shoot all the blue jays you want, if you can hit them, but remember it’s a sin to kill a mocking bird” – this excerpt from the Harper Lee’s novel reflects how deeply she has flown into the oceans of writing in her book “To kill a mocking Bird”.

The book is a first tale narrative where through the eyes of the protagonist Scout Finch, a girl born and lived in her home, Maycomb comes across the discrimination of caste and inequality and other stereotypes which exists in the tongue and actions of people from her homeland Maycomb. The author gives eerie details of every single character making imagining things the easiest task for the reader. Other interesting characters of the novel include his heroic father Atticus whose firm and understanding nature can be an example for every father in the world, his brother Jem who matures as he struggles to learn the hardships of life.

Despite being a novel of such serious subject, the author looks at these issues from the viewpoint of a child, whose innocence makes you want to admire the protagonist and also how her innocence is tarnished as the book unfolds. One can get nostalgic about his childhood days while reading this book. Each scene is so vividly described; every word is placed in the right shelf of sentences.

The book makes you want to think over the prejudice that still exists in our society and how as adults people involve children in their cobwebs of narrow-minded nature.
The book marvels you with its adventure, wits , humour and also makes you think about human mindset. The book is unquestionably engrossing making it a mere classic of modern American literature.