As a writer, I am curious how a novel gets readers and gets them to read it, how it can affect them: to see the life differently, change their lives, and discuss it with others (see Literary Criticisms).
As a primer for my literary criticisms, this article lists the aspects of novels that are of particular interest to me as a writer. It discusses each category and why they are of interest to me.
A literary review of Graham Greene’s novels, one of my favorites. It discusses a few aspects of the novel, focusing on the opening lines and the ending. Mainly, it discusses the interesting plot and includes some personal reflections related to writing.
This is my first literary book review for my web site. It’s a review of the first Graham Greene book that I’ve read. It discusses the book from a writer’s point of view, admiring his work and trying to learn from it.