Persuasion and beyond

Some books are not just books, they become their readers. Of course this is not an everyday thing and it takes immense love, learning and maybe even serendipity to find a book so special, so endearing that it becomes a part of you.

So this is how it happened one day. It was a rainy afternoon in Bombay and we had our Regional Journalism class to attend. Bombay is a very flexible city and it certainly isn’t a hassle for it, the rain I mean. But it was a lazy afternoon I suppose and nobody turned up for the class but our teacher did and so did I. What seemed to me like a disappointment for being the only one to turn up for the lecture, actually led me to Persuasion.

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