Category: Academic

A Letter about “System of Opening a Bank Account”

Suppose you are Sakib, staying in Dhaka. Your younger brother Nazrul, who lives in the village, does not know how to open a bank account. Now write a letter to your younger brother giving him the information of opening a bank account.

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A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing

                                                 A Little Learning is a Dangerous Thing 

        An inexpert person can not do anything perfectly. Rather he brings about danger and destruction. So, it is a fact that, one who learns a little about any art or subject can not be successful in doing any work related with that subject. But in consequence he creates a terrible and horrible situation. It can be understood clearly by the reference from the story “The Magician”. In this story a boy named Hans learnt a little about a magic and tried to apply it. Read More

Bad Effect of Smoking

Suppose you are Murad, study in Dhaka. Suddenly you are informed that your younger brother, a student of a collage, is mixing with bad companies and smoking. Now write a letter to your younger brother advising him about the bad effect of smoking.    

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Mr Ant and Mr Grasshopper

                                           Junior School Certificate (JSC) Model Test -2011

                                                  Subject: English 1st Paper (Lesson: Unit-2)                    Read More

A Short Note on New Criticism or the New School of Literary Criticism.

Introduction: We observe there are various manners and techniques, streams and irritable currents of criticism in style at present. Generally Modern literary criticism has an unclear change and it has been influenced by new discoveries and researches in the field of sciences, sociology, psychology, anthropology, linguistics and philosophy.

Psychological Criticism: If we notice in the first place we will find there is a psychological school of criticism. It concentrates on human psyche more and more exploring, the hidden motives and urges behind a work of art. It is believed that a work of art protects the unfulfilled desires and repressed characters of the writer. It wants to concentrate criticism more scientific and technical and objective. Read More

Achievement of F.R. Leavis as a critic

Dr. F. R. Levis is a Professor and an academic critic who is also regarded as one of outstanding figures of New Criticism in England. Sometimes his criticism is called ‘Philosophical Criticism’ as it is the reviver of the philosophical criticism whose great supporters were Sidney, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley and Arnold.

Great achievement of F.R. Leavis: Read More

The Iliad as an Epic

                               Discuss The Iliad as an epic

    Definition of an Epic: An epic is a long narrative poem, on a great and serious subject related in a lofty style and centered on a heroic figure. Its actions depend on the fate of tribe or nation or the human race. Read More

Araby by James Joyce

North Richmond Street, being blind, was a quiet street except at the hour when the Christian Brothers’ School set the boys free. An uninhabited house of two storeys stood at the blind end, detached from its neighbours in a square ground. The other houses of the street, conscious of decent lives within them, gazed at one another with brown imperturbable faces.

The former tenant of our house, a priest, had died in the back drawing-room. Air, musty from having been long enclosed, hung in all the rooms, and the waste room behind the kitchen was littered with old useless papers. Among these I found a few paper-covered books, the pages of which were curled and damp: Read More

Summary of The Garden Party

“The Garden Party” opens with frantic preparations being made. The cloudless summer day is perfect for the garden party at the home of Sheridan family. Before breakfast ends, four workmen arrive to set up the marquee. Because Meg has just washed her hair and Jose is still in her petticoat, Mrs. Sheridan assigns the task of supervising the men to Laura. Taking a piece of buttered bread with her, Laura goes outside to begin her task.

The Garden Party by Katherine Mansfield

And after all the weather was ideal. They could not have had a more perfect day for a garden-party if they had ordered it. Windless, warm, the sky without a cloud. Only the blue was veiled with a haze of light gold, as it is sometimes in early summer. The gardener had been up since dawn, mowing the lawns and sweeping them, until the grass and the dark flat rosettes where the daisy plants had been seemed to shine.
As for the roses, you could not help feeling they understood that roses are the only flowers that impress people at garden-parties; the only flowers that everybody is certain of knowing. Hundreds, yes, literally hundreds, had come out in a single night; the green bushes bowed down as though they had been visited by