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2022-09-25 13:26
Autobiographical Elements in Frankenstein Mary Shelley’s Novel, Frankenstein is imbued with many autobiographical elements of Mary Shelley childhood days as well as her teenage. In th… Read More
2022-09-25 11:48
The Crucible as a Historical Play In his note on the historical accuracy of The Crucible, Arthur Miller points out that his play “is not history in the sense in which the word is used… Read More
2022-09-23 04:45
Character Sketch of the Boss in The Fly Katherine Mansfield’s short story ‘The Fly‘ consists of a few characters. Of them the boss is the most important character and cons… Read More
2022-09-19 08:13
Hamm and Clov Relationship in Endgame Hamm and Clov are bound in such relationship from which they cannot liberate themselves. Even if they fancy to separate, they cannot do so because one… Read More
2022-09-17 15:16
Kalidasa as a Poet Sanskrit is the fountain from which the languages of Aryan India have sprung. The Dravidian languages also owe so much to Sanskrit in their vocabulary and phonology. Sans… Read More
2022-09-15 03:59
Symbolism in The Lagoon Ordinarily speaking, a symbol is something that stands for something else. In literature, a word standing as a symbol is not the vehicle for a simile or metaphor, fo… Read More
2022-09-14 15:36
To a Skylark as a Romantic Poem A marvel of English poetry, To a Skylark reveals all the spices of Shelley’s stark romanticism. It represents his lyricism, his idealism, his melanchol… Read More
2022-09-14 15:09
The Fly as a Short Story A short story is nicely characterized by Edgar Allan Poe, one of the finest story writers, as a prose-narrative, requiring from half an hour to one or two hours for… Read More
2022-09-13 14:28
The Scholar Gipsy as a Criticism of Life Arnold defines poetry as “criticism of life under the conditions fixed for such criticism by the laws of poetic truth and beauty.” His o… Read More
2022-09-13 13:26
The Lagoon as a Short Story Joseph Conrad’s The Lagoon is a striking tale of human passion. It relates lust for life and love and the frustration of a longing heart. The hero here Ars… Read More
2022-09-12 13:16
John Keats as a Romantic Poet John Keats was not only the last, but also the most perfect Romanticists. While Wordsworth was reforming poetry or upholding the moral laws and Scott merely te… Read More
2022-09-11 13:28
Symbols in Araby In its simplest sense a symbol is something that stands for something else (and its meaning is more or less fixed by tradition). Symbolism is the use of objects or actions… Read More
2022-09-11 11:04
The Scholar Gipsy as a Pastoral Elegy The pastoral elegy is an important species of the elegy. It represents both the mourner and the mourned as shepherds (the Greek word for shepherd is pa… Read More
2022-09-11 10:38
A Short Summary of the Play Endgame by Samuel Beckett Hamm, Clov, Nagg and Nell live in a house, they seem to be the last survivors on the earth. Everything is declining in their world. Ham… Read More
2022-09-09 14:36
Hedda Gabler Questions and Answers Q.1. How do Hedda and Aunt Julie get along? Aunt Julie tries very hard to be warm and familiar with Hedda, but Hedda is cold and distant. Aunt Julie is ex… Read More
2022-09-07 14:07
Significance of the Title As You Like It If we examine the titles of the plays of Shakespeare in general, we will be struck by the apparent distinction which he observes in the entitling of… Read More
2022-09-05 17:04
The Judgment as a Psychological Story Kafka’s The Judgment is a story that explores the psychological and spiritual elements of a relationship between a father and a son. It illuminat… Read More
2022-08-29 14:12
The Anniversary Analysis The Anniversary is a popular and successful poem from Donne. It is his characteristic love-lyric, and illustrates his singularity as a metaphysical love-poet. The t… Read More
2022-08-28 07:03
The Good Morrow Analysis Of the metaphysical poets, John Donne is most singular and typical. The Good Morrow is his characteristic metaphysical poem. It shows Donne in his metaphysical triu… Read More
2022-08-27 12:10
Bertrand Russell as a Prose Writer Bertrand Russell is by any reckoning the most prolific writer of the present century who expressed his views on diverse subjects of human interests with g… Read More
2022-08-25 13:46
The Scarlet Letter as a Historical Novel While the question whether The Scarlet Letter is a romance or a novel has not been settled with any conclusive arbitration yet, it is not really pos… Read More
2022-08-23 13:20
The Scarlet Letter as a Romance Novel Hawthorne differentiated his long stories from those of English writers like Trollope’s. Though he admired their detailed social analysis and stu… Read More
2022-08-22 04:14
The Birthday Party Themes The Birthday Party has been interpreted in many ways. The very vagueness, the uncertainty, and the mystery of the events and their motivation have given rise to va… Read More
2022-08-20 15:14
The Birthday Party as a Comedy of Menace What is a comedy of menace? The label, a comedy of menace, was first used in 1957 by David Campton in the sub-title of his play The Lunatic View, an… Read More
2022-08-11 14:45
The Cherry Orchard Questions and Answers Q.1. Describe Dunyasha’s character. How does she dress? What is she constantly distracted by? Is she dedicated to her job? Dunyasha is the mai… Read More
2022-08-08 14:57
Theme of Alienation in The Scarlet Letter We remember most of the characters of The Scarlet Letter in their loneliness. Hester, with Pearl (who does not seem to be human) in her daily round… Read More
2022-08-06 13:33
Julius Caesar as a Historical Play Shakespeare derived his historical material for the writing of the play Julius Caesar from a book by a Greek historian by the name of Plutarch. Of course… Read More
2022-08-04 15:02
Comedy Vs Satire Alfred Michaels lists four elements of the comic spirit- (1) The perception of an imperfection; (2) A rapid and a very lively intuition of the ideal principle against which… Read More
2022-08-04 02:54
Bharati Mukherjee’s Famous Books Bharati Mukherjee wrote a few non-fictional works, collection of short stories and novels. Her major contribution is certainly to the novels. As we sa… Read More
2022-07-30 03:29
Anglo-Saxon Prose Writers Introduction Poetry is said to be as old as man, but prose necessarily involves a certain degree of civilization. Old English poetry is modelled on that of an earl… Read More
2022-07-23 12:10
Supernaturalism in Riders to the Sea Introduction The supernatural element has been in the tragedies of all the languages for long the Greek tragedians introduced gods and goddesses whose w… Read More
2022-07-17 14:04
Global Dark Fiber Market Dark Fiber: Optimizing Communication All Over You must be familiar with the term dark fiber. Although it may sound gloomy, it signifies a significant opportunity f… Read More
2022-07-10 11:38
The Man of The Crowd, a Short Story by Edgar Allan Poe The Man of the Crowd Introduction Many of Poe’s tales are distinguished by the author’s unique grotesque inventiveness in… Read More
2022-06-11 11:53
As You Like It as a Pastoral Comedy What is Pastoralism? By a pastoral comedy we mean a play in which the characters belong to the rustic class, specially shepherds and shepherdesses. The s… Read More
2022-05-27 15:02
How Do I Love Thee? by Elizabeth Barrett Browning Analysis “How do I love thee? Let me count the ways” is a sonnet by the 19thsury poet Elizabeth Barrett Browning. It is her mos… Read More
2022-05-27 12:07
Oroonoko as an Autobiographical Novel Aphra Behn’s story of Oroonoko has many elements that catch the attention of readers, but the element of her story that seems most prevalent is r… Read More
2022-05-26 04:23
Irony in Emma The forte of Jane Austen is irony. There is almost no satire in her novels. Even when her tone grown harsh, and we feel that she is writing satire, as we feel when she exposes… Read More
2022-05-11 12:13
As You Like It as a Romantic Comedy As You Like It is a typical Shakespearean romantic comedy. The structure deals with a love story which, though for a time frustrated, is in the end broug… Read More
2022-05-10 17:21
After Apple-Picking Theme  Robert Frost has written his poem, ‘After Apple-Picking’ as a nature poem in the year of 1914. It was published in North of Boston. The poem is w… Read More
2022-05-07 06:30
Virginia Woolf as a Novelist Mrs. Virginia Woolf is a great experimenter who tried many methods and imparted to the stream of consciousness technique a new pattern and infused into it a new… Read More
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2022-05-05 11:27
Source: Pexels With the endless list of career opportunities available in the financial sphere, it might be difficult for you to choose a career, particularly as a beginner. It gets even mo… Read More
2022-05-04 05:08
By Old English we mean the language (by some persons called ‘Anglo Saxon”) spoken by Englishmen down to about 1150 A.D. Dr. Sweet has called the period lasting down to A.D. 1200… Read More
2022-05-03 11:07
Masculinity of the English Language If a person is required to characterize the English language in one short expression, he must say after Otto Jespersen, the most illuminating of philolog… Read More

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