Originally posted by bernard shaw
Thanks so much for your comments. I have read your "Unleashing..." in this month and I must say you are a fantastic writer! So I love the comments.
As to the title, I was actually in the middle of writing a training exercise based on Maslow's heirarchy of needs which is why I decided to use the title. It was purely accidental! Pl do send me the link to Back to Newton - am sure it would be as good as this one!
While GWTW here refers to the movie, I agree with you. I prefer the book anytime. In fact, in almost all cases, I find that movies loose the subtle nuances that a book is able to convey! and Rhet Butler is my all time favourite character. I just love his "Frankly speaking my dear, I dont give a damm!"
Bernard Shaw is a big favourite esp Pygmalion, which is a relativly lighter work to read..
you sound like we'd click...books better than movies....um a horrible stickler to that rule, if ud care to believe me i still havent watched the lord of the ring movies, n um sworn not to until i can get myself a week to read the set of those three books...i fear i shall never again read the book if i saw the movie first....n i guess id lose much more of the beauty of the work than i would gain in that prospect!...
n frankly speaking my dear i would give enough damn to that
...rhett is worth a favorite for all who read him...mitchell created a legend in him, n its continued to live thru decades, i have no reason to believe it wont for many more to come!
shaw i havent read enough, but my uncle a philosopher n a great one ta that was a fan of his, iv heard enuf narrations to respect the works of this man enuf to try read it sometime....if only math n physics didnt occupy as much of my life as hey do
um mighty glad to know u read unleashing wud love to get ur feedback from now on, since u decide to get active on the forum....
back to newtons laws...its went into 3 threads....heres the link to the first...the lnk to each successive part is contained in the part preceeding it...
http://www.india-forums.com/forum_posts.asp?TID=944870 ....hope u enjoy the read, n even for the heck of repeatition, it would be great to get your feed back...!
cheers for the fracture, in every bad the hidden good is an ingenius i believe....n god luck for the fic will look forward to ur parts!
ps: forgot to ask u....do u read hary poters by any chance? somehow there was a line in there, anout how if u spit at someone at the age of four u cant help but become best buddies, its reminded me of rowling's book one...where she saz when uv fought a beast in the girls loo two guys n a girl in ur first year of school u cant help but become a gang....
thot i wud ask u but forgot in the long comment before
Edited by spln - 11 December 2008 at 12:50pm