When I was growing up during the depression in Brooklyn, the verbal or written use of the F-word was practically non-existent
Wait, haven't you read "Why Women Deserve Less" or "Joy Of Cooking Meth"?
So if the message is hopeful, why call the book The Fault in Our Stars? Possibly because this book is not about blind hope; it's about acceptance and perseverance in the face of reality -- a modern realistic fairytale of sorts.
There are novels with titles that are puzzling, at least at first. What exactly do they mean? What are they referring to in the book? It can be frustrating to figure that out, but also fun. Many people like to read mysteries, and an obscure novel title is sort of a mystery in microcosm.
One Man Started Thinking For Himself In A Dystopian Future. You'll Never Believe What Happened Next. Lord of the Flies Would
Light in August by William Faulkner "The Sun Also Rises" by Ernest Hemingway "Things Fall Apart" by Chinua Achebe "I will
What might the world have lost if, instead of letting memorable women in literature stand on their own two feet, we'd been given forgettable titles like Anna Karenina: The Bureaucrat's Wife.
This is Book Spine Poetry. If you've ever spent too long staring at your bookshelves, you might have seen the titles of some
If you can't judge a book by its cover, can you judge a book by its title? I ask that because there are some novels with a title character who is not the most prominent or interesting person in the book.