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Riders to the Sea

J.M. Synge’s “Riders to the Sea”: Significance of Title

J.M.Synge’s Riders to the Sea is a remarkable dramatic presentation of an elegiac situation, represented both on a personal level ...
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paradise lost because of temptation

Paradise Lost: Complete Synopsis Of All Books (I-XII)

John Milton’s “Paradise Lost” is a celebrated epic in English Literature. He transforms the Biblical account about the Fall of ...
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The Cook The Thief His Wife And Her Lover

The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover (1989): A Review

The Setting: Greenaway and the Tri-part Stage Peter Greenaway takes his camera through an adjacent tri-stage setup, the cold foggy ...
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sonnet of wyatt, sidney and spenser

Elizabethan Sonneteers: Contribution of Wyatt, Sidney, and Spenser

Sonnet: Its Origin and Development in England Sonnet (originating from the Italian “sonnetto”) refers to a short poem of fourteen ...
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prospero and caliban

Caliban in Shakespeare’s “The Tempest”: A Critical Analysis

In “The Tempest”, William Shakespeare draws the character of Caliban with dubious shades. Critics down the ages have responded differently ...
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two women character in david copperfield

Women Characters in David Copperfield

It has been said that Dickens is not generally successful in drawing female characters and that his men are as ...
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Anne Sullivan and Helen Keller

Anne Sullivan: The Light and Music of Helen Keller’s Life

Anne Sullivan’s contribution in the life of Helen Keller is immense and fathomless. In the autobiography of Helen “The Story ...
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Nationalism in Nirad C. Chaudhuri’s “The Autobiography of an Unknown Indian”

Nationalism: Contexts and Conditions Nationalism, as a politico-literary term, is etymologically connected to the word “nation”, which the Oxford Literary ...
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colridge and kubla khan

What is “Kubla Khan” by Coleridge Actually About?

Kubla Khan: A Poem About Choices Kubla Khan by S.T.Coleridge is a poem that has been interpreted in a thousand ...
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look back in anger

Look Back in Anger: Study of Unconventional Relationships

The plays written in the modern and post modern period throw a series of questions regarding the relationship shared between ...
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Religion and Divinity

Defining Divinity: Rediscovering Religion

To Dionese… The Earth rouses herself from her winter gloom. The sun rays shine with rising vigour on the fast ...
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sonnet 73

Analysing Sonnet 73: “That time of year thou mayst in me behold” by William Shakespeare

Shakespeare’s Sonnet: Introduction Sonnets are invariably personal. Intense subjectivity is found to form a key character in sonnet writing. Regarding ...
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west wind blowing

Ode To The West Wind

Ode to the West Wind was written by Percy Bysshe Shelley in 1819 while living near Florence, Italy. It was ...
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miranda in the tempest

Miranda: Shakespeare’s Portrayal of Pure Innocence in the Tempest

Miranda: Epitome of Purity The character of Miranda is indeed one of the most wonderful creations of Shakespeare. She is ...
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O Henry’s Jimmy Valentine Rewritten as a Play

Jimmy Valentine: Drama Adaptation A Dramatic Rendering of the Short Story by O.Henry Dramatis Personae: Jimmy Valentine Alias Ralph D ...
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Tagore: The living and the Dead

21st Century Indian Women Poets: An Introduction

Recovering Memory: In search of an Indian Feminine poetics with reference to the 21st century poetry The comparative study of ...
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