Haroun and the Sea of Stories III

We’re finally done with Haroun and the Sea of Stories, and once again, I can’t say I’m too impressed. Like all required reading books, it falls short of most things I could really hope for in a book. As with Romeo and Juliet, the component I value the most in this book is its wit. I honestly…

Haroun and the Sea of Stores II

Another week, another analysis, and folks, we’re still on Haroun. I hate to say it, but on this reread, I noticed something. The book hasn’t really changed at all. I know was the one to suggest that Haroun was written to be the “Stereotypical Story”, but there’s no tension. It’s still just as good as the…