Ever read a classical romantic novel follows by a modern romantic novel? I have for a matter of fact and the difference was staggering. I read sense and sensibility by Jane Austin which is one of masterpieces in classical literature and after finishing that inspirational romance I picked up fifty shades of Grey by E. L James. One gave me motivation and made me feel the purity of love and the sense of fulfillment in it and the other one made me feel kind of dirty. Latter was packed with full raw primal sexual scenes and crass language. Sense and sensibility gave me an ideal picture of life and love leading to prosperity at the end. Fifty shades gave me sense of uncertainty and quest for upper hand in relationship. Well both are widely read ones and on asking most of the people would probably say both have to do with mood of the reader and that both stand justified in their places. But I would say classicals can’t be paralleled for they are the root of the today’s literature. If not for them literature might not be there at all.