a wonderful, fabulous writer... a fine balance -- a great book also such a long journey..... his writing style is very impressive puts the reader in so much interest
>>By Bunty (Saturday, 25 Jan 2003 12:58)
A Fine Balance is a GREAT book! I finished it an hour ago and it will stay with me for a long time. He's a wonderful writer and the characters were so believable and real.
The people asking for themes, women, etc.......READ THE BOOKS! Don't let other people do your research for you!
>>By brit (Monday, 7 Jul 2003 02:51)
I must lead a book club (about 30 women) discussion about A Fine Balance and am looking for help. I loved the book and found it encouraging and uplifting while certainly tragic and sad, but am getting lots of "hated it - it was so depressing!" comments from club members. I've asked that they come to the meeting with more specific reasons for not liking the book and I do feel that we'll have a good discussion with strong feelings on both sides. But, I want to #1. understand why people are depressed by it (intelligent people, too, and I just "don't get it") and #2. find specific ways to encourage them to think differently while respecting their opinions. Any ideas?
>>By Nan (Sunday, 28 Sep 2003 13:56)
Can someone explain the ending in "A Fine Balance"?
>>By dlittley (Sunday, 9 Nov 2003 13:49)
i need to know about the main themes in this novel as soon as possible PLEASE!!! THANK YOU!!!
>>By paula555 (Monday, 12 Jan 2004 00:38)
Can anyone tell me the theme of Such a long Journey and give me the resemblance between Gustad (main character of Such a long journey ) and Cordelia of King Lear.
>>By mon_ange (Wednesday, 22 Dec 2004 21:16)
pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee can someone tell me fast
>>By mon_ange (Wednesday, 22 Dec 2004 21:30)
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