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Why did Shakespeare call his play “The Tempest”? Is it just a casual reference to the storm raised in the

Lady Macbeth: The Fourth Witch?

An article addressing the question ” Is Lady Macbeth the Fourth Witch in Macbeth?”, pointing out how the question is

As You Like It: Summary The noble Duke of France was banished by his brother Frederick. The good Duke spent

The Comedy of Errors: Synopsis The states of Syracuse and Ephesus were enemies. The law in Ephesus put to death

Implied Author: Wayne C Booth’s Unique Idea Wayne C Booth’s “The Rhetoric of Fiction” made a lasting impression on New

Meaning of Narrative Voice Voice, in context of narrative, may be defined as the phantom projection of a variable identity

The most important among the narrative modes of Jane Austen is her use of irony. Irony may be defined as

Narayan’s Humour: An Integral Part of Narrative in The Guide R.K.Narayan’s conception of humour consists of close and realistic observation

Let sea-discoverers to new worlds have gone, Let maps to other, worlds on worlds have shown, Let us possess one

Alison in Look Back in Anger by John Osborne, represents a remarkable presence in elaborating the implications of the play’s

In your project work of dramatizing a story you are expected to recreate a short story as a stage play.

Dover Beach as a Victorian Poem

Dover Beach as a Victorian poem illustrates a variety of elements that defines the changing mindscape of the times. Nineteenth

Elizabeth in Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen is an interesting character, representing changing conventions of early 19th Century England.

Enterprise by Nissim Ezekiel is a powerful, multifaceted metaphor for a journey, an expedition, or a significant human enterprise, which

Shooting an Elephant, written in the form of a memoir, presents George Orwell‘s anxieties and negotiations with the condition of

In Araby, as in other stories in Dubliners, James Joyce presents a captured frame portraying the decadence of vitality, a

The odes by John Keats, on the level of superficial reading, may be seen as brilliant rendering of a scene,

The Fly by Katherine Mansfield has a unique identity that characterizes the vagueness, the intensity as well as the desire

Egdon Heath, sunk in history, representing both Man and the stage on which human drama has been performed from time

The Living and The Dead: Understanding Silence In numerous literary expressions, down the ages, there has been a constant suppression

In his attempt to communicate his essential divine vision, William Blake created a poetic world where images are realized in

One of the primary questions that perplexes the readers of Milton’s Paradise Lost concerns the poet’s delineation of Satan, the

The Rape of the Lock, a mock heroic epic by Alexander Pope, is both a careful exploration of the contemporary

Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love to show,That she, dear she, might take some pleasure of my