Ten Awesome Things You Can Learn about 'Theme Of Education' Studying David Herbert Lawrence’s "The Rainbow"
- His eyes were dimmed with tears and looking humbly upto heaven, he wept for the income he had lost – comment.
- A traitor; an adulterer! The priests were right to abandon him – comment.
- Define the bird image in A Portrait…
- Who the Aubrey Mills is? How is he remembered by Stephen.
- Who called Stephen as ‘a lazy idle little toaler’? Why?
- Who were involved in the Christmas Dinner dispute and for what reason?
- Give two instance of the school boy slang used by Joyce?
- Who are Eileen, Mercedes, E.C?
- Joyce’s fictional autobiography is episodic in nature: What is the effect of this method of structuring the story?
- Where is Clongowes School?
- How would you describe Stephen’s relationship with his family? Ardhendu De
"Sailing to Byzantium" by W. B. Yeats: Voyage of the Inner Spiritual Essence into the Wisdom and Freedom
I will abroad.
What? shall I ever sigh and pine?
My lines and life are free; free as the road,
Loose as the wind, as large as store.
Shall I be still in suit?
Have I no harvest but a thorn
To let me blood, and not restore
What I have lost with cordial fruit?
Sure there was wine
Before my sighs did dry it: there was corn
Before my tears did drown it.
Is the year only lost to me?
Have I no bays to crown it?
No flowers, no garlands gay? all blasted?
Not so, my heart: but there is fruit,
And thou hast hands.
Recover all thy sigh-blown age
On double pleasures: leave thy cold dispute
Of what is fit, and not. Forsake thy cage,
Thy rope of sands,
Which petty thoughts have made, and made to thee
Good cable, to enforce and draw,
And be thy law,
While thou didst wink and wouldst not see.
Away; take heed,
I will abroad.
Call in thy death's head there: tie up thy fears.
He that forbears
To suit and serve his need,
Deserves his load.
But as I raved and grew more fierce and wild
At every word,
Me thoughts I heard one calling, Child:
And I replied, My Lord.
The word Beelzebub means ' The god of flies ' in Hebrew. He was worshiped at Ekron , a city of the Philistines as a fertility god. Beelzebub is called is Matthew, xii, 24, 'The prince of the devils’; hence he is represented by Milton as next to Satan in power and in crime. The crime is the crime of rebellion against god. Beelzebub followed Satan, next in the act of rebellion. Next to Satan, Beelzebub shared the greatest responsibility for the rebellion against god and overthrow of the angels.
Critical Analysis of John Keats' "Ode on Melancholy" :Serene Acceptance of the Whole of Life, its Pathos and its Piety
Son and Lovers by D. H. Lawrence
- How does Paul react to his mother’s death?
The Epilogue to "Saint Joan" by George Bernard Shaw: St. Joan's Triumph Over the Forces of Death and Glory of Canonization
- For what purpose did Woodifield come to the boss?
- When was Mr.Woodifield allowed to go out freely? What did his wife and daughter imagine he did on that day?
- Give in not more than thirty words your first impression of Mr.Woodifield?
- What new object the boss show to Woodifield?
- There was something I wanted to tell you said old Woodifield. – What did old Woodifield want to tell?
- Why did Woodifield girls go to Belgium?
- “They’re quite near each other, it seems.” – Who are they? How are they quite new to each other?
- The girls were in Belgium last week having a look at poor Reggie’s grave – Who are the girls? Who is Reggie?
- What was the speciality about the wind that the boss offered to Woodifield?
- He couldn’t have look more surprised if the boss had produced a rabbit. – Who is he? Why is he surprised?
- There’s miles of it and it’s all as neat as a garden. – Who said this and to whom? What is referred to in the line?
- He wanted, he intended. He had arranged to weep….. – Who is ‘he’? Did he weep?
- Whom Macey had handed him telegram. – Who was Macey? To whom did he hand the telegram? What did the telegram contain?
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