Second Reading… Second Thoughts

I re-read Salman Rushdie’s Haroun and the Sea of Stories over the past week, and i’ve grown to appreciate the story much more than I did the first time. There are hidden allegories that I missed in the beginning, like the suppression of voices with Khattam Shud. I went back and found some of my favorite quotes,…

Everything is a Remix – A Reflection on aspects stories steal from others

Remix: “A piece of media which has been altered from its original state by adding, removing, and/or changing pieces of the item.” Haroun and the Sea of Stories is a novel written like other classic children’s stories. The child like humor is similar to many other children’s stories from other authors. You can see aspects…

Haroun Feedback Reflections

When I first began reading this book, I felt like it was not that interesting, and it seemed very childish. I thought that I could predict the ending, where Haroun and the Sea of Stories would be within the actually story. My prediction was correct. As it was a childrens book, you could see this…