The Scarlet Letter (Novel Book): It is about a woman in puritan times who has an affair. She is punished by wearing an A on her clothing. The man is not publicly punished, and it goes through her story. I would like to read this because it is a classic. I also would like to read it because of the women rights issues displayed in this book.
"I'm Kierani. I know weird name, whatever. I'm 16, and technically a genius. Personally I hate the term...but oh well. My smarts lie in hacking, writing, and arguing. You may wonder how arguing is a skill, but what I mean is I'm good at lawyer type stuff. I mean I went to college fir it when I was 10...then I went back for genetics, in which I just got a PhD in. Um...my mum is the tooth fairy. I have...or had a brother. That's all, come talk"
Faulkner masters stream of consciousness literature in a way that allows the reader to get inside the heads of his characters and know their thoughts, emotions, and memories. It's like piecing together a puzzle of human consciousness to see the present more clearly. Fantastic.