The Stranger by Albert Camus

What happens when a man hears the news of his mother’s death? We imagine (or mostly expect) him sprawling out on the ground, crying his eyes out and tons of words of sincere condolences raining incessantly down on him. Or at least he, if not crying, wears a mournful and melancholic face displaying a grief-stricken … Read more

Mechanisms of The Survival of The Fittest in The Nature’s Thrall: “The Call of the Wild” by Jack London

What comes to our mind if a dog is given the power of speaking and it, meekly but unhesitatingly, says, “The tiger kills Man—it is powerful—Man believes it to be a symbol of pride, but I do not kill Man—I am weak—I am forgotten. The powerful dominates everyone—they are happy—they are feared and respected, but … Read more

The Old Man and the Sea by Ernest Hemingway

Ernest Hemingway, a Nobel Prize-winning author whose The Old Man and the Sea, published in 1952, created a massive vibe among the readers in America and around the globe.  Probably, this novel is the most distinguished one among his writings, which deals with the existential crisis of the protagonist, Santiago, a man of old age. He is … Read more

One Night @ the Call Center by Chetan Bhagat

A mystic call… One Night @ the Call Center, a fiction of Chetan Bhagat, is written in the setting of India. As it is a story of youngsters, love, career, and frustration, the youth took much interest in the novel when it was first published in 2005. Chetan Bhagat’s One Night @ the Call Center was published … Read more

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

A wakeup call to know “money”… RRich Dad Poor Dad (RDPD) is a book written by Robert T. Kiyosaki in collaboration with Sharon Lechter in 1997. This book is written in the style of a set of parables, seemingly based on Kiyosaki’s own life. The author of Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki, is half American and half … Read more

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

“Success requires no explanation. Failure permits no alibi.” Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich, 1937. In this modern time, everyone hankers after success. People are rushing to their goals.  No one has time to stop, examine, or experiment with life. Life is concise. With the advent of technology, life has gained speed and become complicated.  … Read more