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, curtains, and screens erectedwitThe novel david copperfield is writen by the great novelis t of the Victorian Age ,Charles Dickens. Of all the novels of Dickens such as Ol iver Twist, Christmas Carol,Great Expectations and many more ar A book like the Ramayana is undoubtedly the best of companions. It offers us all the balm we need when life has given us a rebuff and the world looks cold and u ncharitable. It is a book to be digested. It is a book to be read with diligence and attention. writers sometimes shake up the recipe and add some spice which dickens works pro ve it.A Tale of two cities is based on the subject of french revolution.Dr. Man ette is incarcerated in the Bastille for eighteen years without trial. His daugh ter Lucie grows up in London, thinking that she is an orphan. But her life chang es when she knows that her father is released from prison.Falsely imprisoned for almost two decades, the good doctor emerges from prison a broken man. With the help of his old servant, Defarge, and his good friend, Mr. Lorry, however, he s re united with his daughter. They begin to reconstruct a fragile happiness out of t he wreckage of the doctor s ruined life. Charles Darnay is an emigrant who has left France because of his hatred for his family. Charles has given up his lands and his title. He s disgusted by the way that the aristocracy has been handling (or mis-handling) affairs in France. He e arns his living as a tutor. By this time Dr Mannet with help of his daughter ,Lu cie improved his conditBooks are our never failing friends. Our worldly friends desert us but they never desert us. They are our best friends, philosophers and guides. Friends are plenty when the purse is full but fair-weather friends fall off in adversity. Books, like a true friend stand by us through thick and thin. They uphold and encourage us when we feel sad and despondent. They lift the poor out of poverty and the wretched out of misery. They make the burden bearer forget his burden, the sick his sufferings and the downtrodden his degradation. They bring light into darkness and sunshine into shadow. All the same we should be very judicious in the selection of books as in the cho ice of friends. The friendship of good books is the medicine of life but there a re books more dangerous than snakes and more poisonous than scorpions. The reall y good books sharpen our intellect, broaden our mind, enrich our experience, wid en our knowledge, uplift our morals, making us better, nobler and happier in lif e. Good books are the life-blood of a nation. Books like the Gita and the Mahabhart a inspire us. They make us brave, daring and dauntless. Good books are the quint essence of man's experience extending over thousands of years. They are our best companions in solitude. They are a treasure house of noble thoughts which are o pen to us day and night. A book like the Ramayana is undoubtedly the best of companions. It offers us all the balm we need when life has given us a rebuff and the world looks cold and u ncharitable. It is a book to be digested. It is a book to be read with diligence and attention. Gandhiji called the Gita his mother. He said, "Today the Gita is not only my Bib le or my Quran, it is more than that-it is my mother. I lost my earthly mother w ho gave me birth long ago but this eternal mother has completely filled her plac e by my side ever since. She has never changed; she has never failed me. When I am in difficulty and distress, I seek refuge in her bosom." Once Carlyle was asked whether he would choose the dramas of Shakespeare or the

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