Have you ever read something with great content, but the grammatical errors were driving you crazy? Or vice versa, have you ever read something with an excellent grammar and a good sentence structure, but the content was just not interesting, inspiring or entertaining? The misconception people often have about writing is to believe that the art of writing correctly is to follow all the grammar rules and that that is more than enough to write a good text, essay, book, and so forth. However, to achieve a text correctly written not only implies making use of all the grammar rules, but instead good writing should reflect knowledge, contain a variety of features, and communicate or express something to the audience. We have been taught that to
A book can be as short as Disgrace but if the topic is uninteresting, difficulty written, or very prosaic, it will have an impact on the reader that slows him or her down. To have little background information can be of advantage for reading a book but it is not essential. Coetzee, a South African author, for example, wrote Disgrace, and the story of the novel takes place in the same country. To know that South Africa was affected by the racial segregation of the Apartheid in the past, which still cause trouble in the present, is advantageous to understand occurrences in the novel. To, hence, keep background information in mind helps to maintain the reading pace.
The primary limitation in the book, however, is that the author fails to use visual presentations to make it easy for readers to understand some of the concepts in the book. The audience would know some of the ideas in the book much better if the author would include graphical representations such as tables, charts, and images. The book would also be easy for readers to understand if the author utilized a diction which is relatively simpler for learners at the lower levels to know. The complexity in the book becomes evident in the way Eksteins jumps from one idea to the other and then infusing the information at a later stage. Even though Eksteins’ way of writing brings out the impression of an excellent writer, readers at lower levels may have to be keen while going through the publication to benefit from the
We can enhance our confidence, change our thoughts towards other and even change the thought of others towards us. I believe that real world is tough than the book world after reading we feel those things are easy but in our busy schedule it is very difficult to implement. This book has both positive and negative aspects. The positive part is that it acts like guide or coach for you but in part3 30 days program is given for a perfect life but,in this fast moving world nobody has the time to read books and have the patience to follow the procedure. Frankly I won’t be able to do it .
This mood was not consistent throughout the entire novel, due to the fact that Suze changes as a person, as well as many other changes in the book. The overall mood of the novel showed that the author’s ideas and direction of the book was to simply give a realistic story that showed what life was like for some people during this time. My final opinion of The Green Glass Sea is that it’s a good story if you’re interested in things related to the past. Things that occur in this book can definitely be relevant to the life we know, therefore this book could be an enjoyable and entertaining read for just about anyone. To conclude, I would recommend this novel, because we see many different kinds of things going on such as science, history, bullying, growing up and
But that does not give justice as to why books were created; because the deeper the words that are used, the more the brain is challenged to learn a whole new vocabulary. And according to Lana Winter-Hebert in her article titled “10 Benefits of Reading: Why You Should Read Every Day”, reading a book is beneficial to the health as it lowers the progress of Alzheimer’s and Dementia, since it makes the brain active and engaged; improving the memory, strengthening analytical and thinking skills, improves focus and concentration and it reduces stress. Another disadvantage of books is, it makes people anti-social. When reading a book, the reader ignores the people around him/her because they are too focused on the book in their hands. This statement is a very poor excuse to make books less important, because there have organized book clubs where people discuss their own understanding of the story.
Some are supportive of the film but others are not. Due to the fact that the film is multi-opinionated, I believe that the creation of a film version of the story was not a perfect success. People who support the film say that there were more similarities than differences from the movie and the novel, such as the portraits of Chris’s family members and the organization of the contents itself, if it is easy to read or not. On the other hand, people who are not supportive claims that the theme itself that was expressed was different and the mood itself that the reader imagined was different from the movie and the novel. There were more differences comparing to
It is also good that the book was easy to read and used a story to tell the three secrets or the three important management skills. However, the book was not able to give right steps in achieving the three secrets. It became the book’s weakest point. Its incapability to directly list down the procedure to possible steps that a manager should do can lead to an unsuccessful results. The three secrets were established and explained why it would work and how it will work is not given by the authors.
There are varying opinions about the novel ranging from despising it to praising it, and everywhere in between. I fall in the “in between” portion. In my opinion, the book was not great, but I don’t not like it for the same reason that many critics don’t like it for. I felt that the book was too drawn out and didn’t have a clear set plot, which made it confusing and hard to follow at many points. That being said, one of my favorite aspects of the book was seeing the growth and change of the characters from Mockingbird to Watchman.