Guest Blog Post: Five Best Literature Works To Be Read By Students. – Fedric Adkins



GUEST BLOG POST BY:  Fedric Adkins

Five Best Literature Works to be Read by Students

One of the main reasons for students to read classic literature is not just to kill time or derive pleasure from them, but more importantly, to be enthused, inspired and motivated by these great works of art and is able to integrate the special qualities of these books into their own lives and activities. Reading of a literary work goes far beyond gaining literary interest and increasing vocabulary or word sense. It is indeed an awesome task to select five best literary classics, but this author has made efforts to consider some of the most important works of the author’s choice and dispensation. The five chosen books which would greatly help students discover themselves as they really are:
1. Of Human Bondage by William Somerset Maugham
2. War and Peace by Leo Tolstoy
3. Wuthering Heights by Emily Bronte
4. To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee
5. The Grapes of Wrath by John Steinbeck

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It is now appropriate and necessary to offer brief commentaries on each of these five classics:

Of Human Bondage:
Perhaps one of the best works of Maugham, it unfolds the life, loves and times of the club footed protagonist Philip Carey and his struggles to come to terms with his own passionate love for a waitress, Mildred, which is unrequited. How his love takes him to the point of virtual self destruction, how he pulls himself up from his obsessive infatuation and begins to pay attention to his medical profession.


War and Peace:
One of the masterpieces of Tolstoy, this classic is considered one of the best fiction genre novels of all times. Set during the times of Napoleon Bonaparte, it tells the story of Napoleon’s forays to conquer Russia, was decimated and routed and forced to flee At a deeper level, it describes the exploits of three of Russia’s most families of nobility, Rostovs, Bolkonskys and Bezukovs.


Wuthering Heights:
This story of Bronte describes with uncanny detail the tempestuous and consuming love between Cathy and Heathcliff set against the backdrops of lonely hills of Northern England. This work of fiction earns its place not only for the vividness and fictional brilliance of its language but also Bronte’s deep and abiding narrations which holds readers spellbound in its narrations.


To Kill a Mockingbird:
Lee’s captivating novel considers how a white lawyer tries to save a black labourere from the hangman’s noose after the latter was accused of raping a white woman. Although the canvas is broad, Lee sees the proceedings unfolding through the perception of a child. She skillfully captures the ethos and pathos, pains and pleasures, grief and happiness and small childish pranks of growing up.

The Grapes of Wrath:
This is the story about the troubles and conflict situations experienced during the Great Depression of the 1940s by migrant farmer family and how they come to terms with their agonies. Steinbeck keenly and meticulously portrays the fates of the have-nots in depression torn America, one man’s unflinching quest for justice in an unequal world and what results thereafter.


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