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“Daisy Miller” by Henry James

“To be yourself in a world that is constantly trying to make you something else is the greatest accomplishment” – Ralph W. Emerson This is the statement even Henry James is trying to make through this story. Daisy Miller, a

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“Michelangelo- The Agony & the Ecstasy” by Irving Stone

I had picked up this book to know more about the life and works of the Italian Maestro- Michelangelo but was pleasantly surprised to get a good insight into the Political and Religious history of Renaissance Italy as well. Needless

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“Vincent Van Gogh: Lust for Life” by Irving Stone

“Just as each vivid brushstroke elevates a Van Gogh masterpiece, every detail of our Wealth Management solutions has been finely crafted to raise banking to an art form.”                           –RBS Punchline (Van Gogh Preferred Banking) With more than 2,100 artworks (860

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“Madame Bovary” by Gustave Flaubert

Controversial enough to be banned for publication and the author to be prosecuted, Madame Bovary is now regarded as a classic and the stark reality of the story makes the novel relevant even today, although it was first published in

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