‘Ulysses’ James Joyce, ‘Anna Karenina’ by Leo Tolstoy, ‘One hundred Years of Solitude’ by Gabriel García Márquez, ‘A Passage to India’ E. M. Forster, ‘Beloved’ Toni Morrison, ‘The Great Gatsby’ by Scott Fitzgerald, ‘Invisible Man’ H. G. Wells, ‘Hamlet’ by Shakespeare, ‘Jane Eyre’ by Sharlotte Bronte, etc- we all agree those are classics. People enjoy reading books that are genuinely tested by time. However, they forget that at one time these books were also modern literature and were then referred to as other works of classics.
However, we forget that at one time these books were also modern literature.
If you are looking for a new book, we’d like to suggest you some of the modern ones that will soon be a part of the classic.
1. Everything is Illuminated– Jonathan Safran Foer
The book by Khaled Hosseini was debuted in 2003. Khalid Hosseini is an American writer of Afghan origin. “The Kite Runner” made the readers all over the world speak about it. A Thousands of Splendid Suns is the author’s second most successful novel. This is a book about rightless women, domestic violence, the brutality of the day, and the country that has been hit by every possible blow.
The book tells the story of two women: Mary is an illegitimate child, an unforgivable sin for Afghan society. In his childhood, They were making her merry to a way older guy and were throwing here into domestic violence. Laila is younger than Mary. She is educated and purposeful, but her dreams remain unfulfilled. Laila and Mary become wives of the same abusive man. This is a story about women fighting for freedom and happiness.