10 books by Indian authors to look out for - Education Today NewsSometimes you just want to be a kid again. Caution: spoilers! James Joyce wrote some of the most influential—and impenetrable—literature of the 20th century. In , Joyce mailed two stories to his grandson, Stephen. In it, a mayor hires the devil to build a bridge.
10 books by Indian authors to look out for
One key to being a good writer is to always keep reading—and that doesn't stop after you've been published. Here are 25 authors' favorite reads. Who knows, one of these books might become your new favorite. Papa Hemingway once said "there is no friend as loyal as a book," and in a piece published in Esquire , he laid out a list of a few friends he said he would "rather read again for the first time It wasn't the first reading list he'd made; just a year earlier, Hemingway had dashed off a list of 14 books for an aspiring writer who had hitchhiked to Florida to meet him. It included a few of the same books above, plus two short stories by Stephen Crane. In an interview with The Paris Review in , novelist and creative nonfiction scribe Joan Didion called Joseph Conrad's Victory "maybe my favorite book in the world
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The following 10 books are those that have thrilled generations of children and no child should have the misfortune of growing up without reading them. In it, a personified bunny ritualistically goes through a process of saying goodnight to everything visible to him from his room. Goodnight Air.
Gulliver's Travels Jonathan Swift A wonderful satire that still works for all ages, despite the savagery of Swift's vision. Tom Jones Henry Fielding The adventures of a high-spirited orphan boy: an unbeatable plot and a lot of sex ending in a blissful marriage. Clarissa Samuel Richardson One of the longest novels in the English language, but unputdownable. Tristram Shandy Laurence Sterne One of the first bestsellers, dismissed by Dr Johnson as too fashionable for its own good. But Emma never fails to fascinate and annoy. Wrongly overlooked.