Category: Literature

Great Expectation is a Story or Novel of a Boy’s Pilgrimage

Discuss, Great Expectation is a story or novel of a boy’s pilgrimage to the heart of a narrow minded daughter.      It is well known to us that Charles Dickens is a great writer of 19th Century Fiction. He has created many creations and Great Expectation is one of the best and most successful novels. …

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Charles Dickens concept of Gentleman in Great Expectation

Discuss about Charles Dickens concept of Gentleman in Great Expectation. Great Expectation is a great creation of Charles Dickens. Here, he has wanted to represent various aspects of life and the problems that antagonize us in everyday life. The author has drawn about the course of the natural character of love and after a series …

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Position of the women in American Society

Position of the women in American Society: Critical study of The Sun Also Rises.    The conditions under which white settlers came to America created various situations for women. Where the first settlements consisted almost entirely of men, women were imported as sex slaves, child bearers, companions. Many women came in those early years as …

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Critical analysis of Andrea Del Sarto By Browning

Summary This poem represents yet another of Browning’s dramatic monologues spoken in the voice of an historical Renaissance painter. Andrea del Sarto, like  Fra Lippo, Lippi lived and worked in Florence, albeit a little later than Lippo, and was later appointed court painter by Francis, the King of France. Under the nagging influence of his wife …

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Critical Analysis of “The Lamb” by William Blake

Introduction: “The Lamb” is designed in two different stanzas. In the first stanza the author raises many questions by the child to the lamb and in the second part the child itself answers those questions. Form: “The Lamb” has two stanzas; each stanza bears five rhymed couplets. Repetition in the first and last couplet of each …

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Critical Analysis of Home Burial by Robert Frost

  Introduction: Robert Frost is a great American poet who has created many creations. Home Burial is one of the greatest creations of him. It is a dramatic dialogue between a husband and with his wife.       Form: This poem is considered as a dramatic or pastoral lyric poem in the terms of form, using free-form dialogue …

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Critical Analysis of The Shepherd by William Blake

Critical Analysis of The Shepherd by William Blake  Summary:  The poem tells about of a Shepherd who cares for his flock, and it only includes positive language about the relationship between shepherd and sheep. The shepherd has no fixed workplace, must only follow his sheep, and has “songs of praise” on this tongue constantly. He has nothing to listen …

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Metaphysical Vision of Sophocles in Oedipus Rex

Discuss the Metaphysical Vision of Sophocles in Oedipus Rex.  Etymologically, Metaphysical means beyond physical or something abstract or outside the world; but it is related to the universe.     Sophocles has described in King Oedipus, what he believes from his religious view or metaphysical vision of man’s life in the universe and King Oedipus is …

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Cohesion

 Cohesion: Cohesion means the Grammatical and lexical relation that makes the relationship within a test or sentence. It is achieved when writers connect their organized parts with satisfactorily clear and plentiful signals, by using the words ‘firstly’, ‘secondly’, ‘finally,’ ‘thus,’ ‘however, on the other hand, in summary etc. to make the development of their topic comprehensible. It is also used …

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Coherence

Coherence: Coherence means a quality of composition in which the parts of ideas of a piece of writing are so logically and clearly arranged and presented. So the readers can follow the progression from one part or idea to the next part or idea without facing any difficulty. A coherent sentence is one which makes …

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