The title in itself is apt in describing the central theme of the story. Anne Elliot, daughter of Sir Elliot, belongs to a social class of higher standing. Sir Elliot, father of Anne and Miss Elizabeth Elliot, her sister, are both narcissistic and uncaring of Anne's wishes. They are selfish and vain. They care a … Continue reading Persuasion by Jane Austen: A book review!
"God is not made manifest in language, you dope. He's not manifest in anything. He doesn't exist. God was a mistake. I've long understood there is zero difference between me and a bug, or a bug and a river and a river and a voice shouting above it. There's no sense or meaning in anything. … Continue reading Satantango by Laszlo Krasznahorkai: A book review!
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