Essay on “The Shack”
I do not take offense. If water is “very emotional.” We passed. Not anymore. There are books that will tell the story retelling anything, there are those in which so many thoughts that cause to stop and think, and on different themes that distinguish at least one as a major – just disconnect the book, so – so much water. If the book can be told in two paragraphs, it would not be worth writing “In the second and third.” – style, the originality of the writer, as the creator of a literary work … about the book as a literary phenomenon, leaving their mark on the field of culture. Thus, I was trying to say that this book is a phenomenon rather for spiritual or psychic field of knowledge, But the following paragraph (I do not mind) is very similar to mockery – in what book provides answers to all the questions? It is said in the Bible … you do find them all there? And if it happens that one and the same question get two contradictory answers? For example: do not bury your talent – and lilies do not care about their clothes … But it is not a theological dispute … and do not dispute. In this proposal, I have nothing to explain. Here, I said that, and wanted to say. Yes. There are questions and transient, who accidentally occur over a cup of coffee and you forget them, not so important, and then suddenly – bang – and that’s it! Someone said to him accidentally. Eternal questions are those that ask themselves and other people, at least as many years as we can delve into the human memory, thanks in particular, and literature. And you can not question the book? Here’s what is discussed review, understand the talents and abilities of readers to express their thoughts? Or are we still on the books will speak? You know, I’d just had not responded to a review, which I would not have “caught” the book would be good, perhaps, missed because of incompetence of the author reviews … This is why – thank you for the comments. Indeed, poorly expressed. On another occasion, I will try anyway. By the way, what if you read (even if unable to read) a book, but you realize that it’s just not your genre, then what? How to say, so as not to offend the book, so that people were not conducted in the name and annotations?