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Publish on Nibblepop: 5 Reasons Why You Must!

Those Yellow Pages! Remember the term papers and answers you scribbled in your college years? Some of them were real good weren’t they? But they have all been trashed away to some forgotten cupboard under the sink, getting yellower, gathering dust. Trust me, they could be so valuable to young students who do not have […]

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The Guide: Narayan’s use of Irony and Humour

Narayan’s Humour: An Integral Part of Narrative in The Guide R.K.Narayan’s conception of humour consists of close and realistic observation of life, precise juxtaposition of incongruities, deflation of illusions and, above all, sympathy rather than harsh satire. All these qualities are present in rich abundance in The Guide. “Humour writers”, says Narayan, ideally draw their […]

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The Shadow Lines: Representation of History and Memory

  “Let sea-discoverers to new worlds have gone, Let maps to other, worlds on worlds have shown, Let us possess one world, each hath one, and is one.” These oft quoted lines from Donne’s poem encapsulate the crux of Amitav Ghosh’s novel The Shadow Lines. Although places ‘exist’ for some people and are ‘imagined’ by […]

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Monami Mukherjee

Creative writer and Critical thinker. Assistant Professor of English in Undergraduate Degree College. Literature and Film enthusiast. Enjoys oldest literary pieces as much as latest Android Apps. Interested in experimental literary genre. An avid admirer of Foucault. Worships freedom, yet believes in bonds of love.

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