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Review of ‘CLASSICS’ – by The US Review of Books

September 13, 2014
Classics cover for Kindle 100713
“Through this book, I in a very humble and modest way have tried to propagate my testimony about classics and what they can do for many.”

Mumbai-born author and teacher Fiza Pathan believes fervently that reading classic books enhances imagination and improves language skills. She bases her theory on experience: At an early age, she read Bram Stoker’s Dracula, inciting in her a love of good grammar and grand ideas. In her teaching, she observes that children who frequently surf the Internet or watch TV (even educational channels) tend merely to ingest ideas without generating their own. Once they begin reading the classics, their language and imaginative skills change noticeably for the better. Read more

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3 Comments
  1. That’s a lovely enterprise, Fiza. Reading habit is dying out today, particularly reading classics.

  2. Classic reading is my favorite, I never get bored reading them over and over again!~

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