Between the lines

Gabriel GarCía márquez Jules verne t h o m a s h a r dy

F yo d o r d o s toy e v s k y

n at h a n i e l h aw t h o r n e

e i G h t y d ay s

william Faulkner

mk binodini

b o r s a h e b o n G b i s a n ato m b i

m a d d i n G C ro w d

G e o r G e o rw e l l

J a C k k e ro u a C

a l b e rt C a m u s

a million little PieCes

Punishment

w r at h

one hundred years

JosePh Conrad

G o d ot

G r e at e x P e C tat i o n s

the sCarlet letter

t h e m e ta m o r P h o s i s

t h e F o u n ta i n h e a d

t h e G r e at G at s b y

and the

world

ick your most favourite title from this stack. But I can’t, for if I choose any one of them, it would cross my mind: oh, this one is good... nope, that is also good... ah! most certainly, the other one is better; and the vote goes on in a cycle. Here I had randomly picked up twenty interesting titles (what! your favourite is not even included here?!) and the jury is still out. How would you select the best book amongst this lot is seemingly under

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the influence of the law of relativity, for a simple reason: there is no such thing as the best or the most perfect item. Yes, you can try it and clearly read between the lines that every thing — with its own share of the good and the bad — is quite relative. Then it’s a matter of your choice and a personal taste, by which you choose the favourite things. We are, after all, made by what we choose in life. Choose the best.
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the naked lunCh

henrik ibsen

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the stranGer

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animal Farm

the GraPes

F ro m t h e

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the sound

n o s t ro m o

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waitinG

a ro u n d

Ghosts

Crime

the

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w i l l i a m s . b u r ro u G h s

F. s C ot t F i t z G e r a l d

John steinbeCk

solitude

Charles diCkens

samuel beCkett

Franz kaFka

ayn rand

James Frey

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