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When it comes to macabre fiction, A Sight for Sore Eyes is a brilliant tale of the macabre, morose, and low life. Here I’m reading one of the many best books by Ruth Rendell. Teddy Brex’s eyes feast on Francine; she is the treat and a sight for his sore eyes. She is an object to him: an object to be treasured, loved, and admired. There is a strong undercurrent of obsession and the question that good looking Teddy Brex has an eye for beauty yet regards human b...
Post by: Kabita Sonowal
            In the mid seventeen hundreds, there lived in England, a woman called Aphra Behn. Although a large part of her life remains undocumented or unknown, what we do know about her is that she was the first British woman author who earned her living as an author. She traveled across Suriname in South America as a spy. Her book Oroonoko was inspired by her meeting with a slave.  In A Room of One’s Own, Virginia Woolf ...
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