All posts tagged “Fiction”

Love in the Time of Cholera

Florentino Ariza waited for fifty-one years, nine months, and four days for Fermina Daza to reciprocate his love

 Bookshelf     2016-07-15

Heart of Darkness

 Bookshelf     2016-07-09

Operas and Their Absurd Stories

As a form of storytelling, operas have some of the most ridiculous stories ever told

 Essays     2016-07-05

Rosaline

She had always dreamt of being a painter, but she became one only after she’d killed someone

 Short Stories     2016-07-02

The Lady of the Camellias

One of the greatest love stories of all time, and the basis for one of the best known operas

 Bookshelf     2016-06-29

What We Talk About When We Talk About Love

“What We Talk About When We Talk About Love” is a superb collection of short stories by Raymond Carver

 Bookshelf     2016-05-26

He who does not forget

In his quest to forget the past, he gets more burden into his mind

 Short Stories     2016-05-24

In Search of Lost Time (Volume 3): The Guermantes Way

“In Search of Lost Time” is a true literary wonder that, despite its length and at times impregnable prose style, has a incredible charm and attraction.

 Bookshelf     2016-05-21

In Search of Lost Time (Volume 2): In the Shadow of Young Girls in Flower

“In Search of Lost Time” is a true literary wonder that, despite its length and at times impregnable prose style, has a incredible charm and attraction.

 Bookshelf     2016-05-21

In Search of Lost Time (Volume 1): The Way by Swann’s

“In Search of Lost Time” is a true literary wonder that, despite its length and at times impregnable prose style, has a incredible charm and attraction.

 Bookshelf     2016-05-21