Saturday, June 1, 2013

When fiction meets reality!

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Can books and stories about characters and events that are not real teach us anything useful?

Well, “Five point someone”, a novel, then by a first time author, created a rage among the youth. Youngsters liked the essence of friendship in that book and it became an instant bestseller.

Scarlet O’Hara is the epitome of courage, hope and determination.

A bestselling novel “Life is what you make it” by Preeti Shenoy reflects the power of willpower and hope and how you can evolve with these virtues.

Read “Legacy” by Danielle Steel and you couldn't resist getting impressed by the bravery, strength and warmth of Wachiwi.

I think fiction and reality meet quite often and when anyone writes, he/she can't avoid taking inspiration from real life characters and incidents. We all like, no matter in fiction or reality, happy, courageous, intelligent, hopeful, overall, substantial characters not the wimpy one.

You must have read some children’s books like Amar Chitra Katha, Champak, Suman Saurabh, or even some baseless comics, they always teach good things. Browse through the children's English or Hindi text books. They are full of motivational stories. Characters are brave, sharp, honest and kind, because we want our children to learn and adopt the goodness of life and books are the best medium.

So, characters embellished with various attributes, sprinkling tidbits of niceness, attract and impress. They impel us to get drowned in their world. They make us smile, cry, feel good and LEARN.



This post is a part of Write Over the Weekend, an initiative for Indian Bloggers by BlogAdda






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9 Comments:

Sri Valli said...

Very true Tarang! I still remember stories I've read in my 10th class. Still they are resonating in my mind.

Jyoti Mishra said...

we read them over n over
again n again... and still feel like reading again :)

that's the beauty.. isn't it ?

Tarang Sinha said...

Yes, it is Jyoti!:)

Tarang Sinha said...

:) yes, those stories still bring a smile:)

Me said...

Reading......... will always be my first love!

U know I just ordered some 12 books as my advanced birthday gift ;)

Tarang Sinha said...

:) Oh, that's good!! The best gift to have...An advance birthday wishes to you!!:)

Reshma said...

Reading opens up a new world to you and teaches you a lot about life...After all fiction too needs an inspiration and real world is a storehouse.Many of the stories we read during childhood shape our thinking without us ever realizing it.

Tarang Sinha said...

You're absolutely right Reshma!:)

Gayu said...

Reading is a refuge, it's a tool that takes you to a different world:)
So happy to be surrounded by readers:)

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