ARTICLES

  “Let sea-discoverers to new worlds have gone, Let maps to other, worlds on worlds have shown, Let us possess …
The odes written by John Keats, on the level of superficial reading, may be seen as brilliant rendering of a …
Understanding Silence in Tagore’s “The Living and The Dead” Be it John Donne’s high handed approach, “For God’s sake hold your …
Sir Philip Sidney (1554-1586) Sir Philip Sidney, as a poet, is found opposed to all poetic conventions and affectations even …
The poetry of Robert Browning exemplifies a dominant and perhaps the most original tendency of the Victorian times: the craving …
The “sonnet” is traced back to Francis Petrarch, whose sonnets (14th C Italian) were popular throughout western Europe. Early sonnets …
The primary essence of Charles Dickens’s art lies in his ability to transform the mundane visible reality to an altered …