Why is “Hunger” a remarkable representation of Jayanta Mahapatra’s philosophy of life and poetic expression? What are the different kinds …
An Introduction Indian writing in English, as a genre, is characterised with a multiplicity and variety when it comes to …
Why is Kamala Das relevant as a modern Indian poet? How do her poems express her struggles and conflicts? What …
A textual and contextual reading of “Kubla Khan” by Samuel Taylor Coleridge, focusing on the prominent images and theme in …
An in-depth analysis of Matthew Arnold’s poem “Dover Beach” in form of a detailed class lecture on the text and …
A comprehensive reading and analysis of Ruskin Bond’s story “The Tiger in the Tunnel” by college professor. The story, about …
J.M.Synge’s Riders to the Sea is a remarkable dramatic presentation of an elegiac situation, represented both on a personal level …
John Milton‘s “Paradise Lost” is a celebrated epic in English Literature. He transforms the Biblical account about the Fall of …
The Setting: Greenaway and the Tri-part Stage Peter Greenaway in The Cook, the Thief, His Wife and Her Lover takes …
Sonnet: Its Origin and Development in England Sonnet (originating from the Italian “sonnetto”) refers to a short poem of fourteen …
In “The Tempest”, William Shakespeare draws the character of Caliban with dubious shades. Critics down the ages have responded differently …
It has been said that Dickens is not generally successful in drawing female characters and that his men are as …