At this time, I am in the process of gathering my thoughts to write about teaching Margaret Laurence’s The Stone Angel. I have an ongoing blog, one section of which is dedicated to books and authors I taught in the IB (International Baccalaureate) program.
I am going to try and keep my posts brief here, say under 200 words. Having encouraged students to imitate the style of writing blurbs for much-read classics and contemporary sold-over-a-million-copies-worldwide paperbacks, it is now time for me to attempt brevity and punch in my own writing.
Anyone care to hear my thoughts on Sinclair Lewis’s “Arrowsmith”? I read it for the first time just a couple of weeks back and found it riveting.
Or Theodore Dreiser’s “The Financier”? Do svidaniya, all out there, and thank you , Suroor, for this opportunity.
Portrait of Sinclair Lewis