Every Woman is not Ann but Ann is Everywoman: Characterization of Shaw’s Ann Whitefield in Man and Superman
Critical Estimation of Bacon’s essay ‘Of Adversity’: Man to be Optimistic under Most Adverse Circumstance
Good English and Bad English:There is also the difference between what we call good English and bad (or vulgar) English. By good English we mean those words and those meanings national of them and those ways of putting them together that are used generally by the best educated people of the present day; and bad English is, therefore, simply that which is not approved and accepted by good and careful speakers and writers. Then, again, we find that good English, when spoken, differs slightly from the language of well written books. In ordinary conversation we use, for instance, shortened forms of words, familiar expressions, and a loose arrangement of our sentences, which do not seem fitted for the higher kind of literature. We have in this Good English is reputable, recent, and way a classification of good English into standard literary English and standard spoken (or colloquial) English.
The Scene before the University Wits:
Fielding’s Joseph Andrews begun as a parody of Pamela. In November
1740, Samuel Richardson published his novel, Pamela. Fielding started a parody
of this novel. But just as Pamela had grown under its author’s hands into
something much larger than the original conception, so the parody grew beyond
Fielding’s first intention till it became his first published novel, The
History of the Adventures of Joseph Andrews, and of His Friend Mr. Abraham
Adams. As Pamela was tempted by her master, Squire Booby, so her brother,
Joseph Andrews, is tempted by his mistress Lady Booby, another member, of the
William Shakespeare is Reintroduced for Young Readers in Charles Lamb and Mary Lamb’s "Tales from Shakespeare"
A Set of Objective Questions & AnswersUGC NET ENGLISH QUESTION BANK
Introduction:In the group of Shakespearean Roman plays, Julius Caesar remains an epic making work and like Coriolanus, their other theatrical play, Julius Caesar also has a strong opening scene of a crowd in commotion. In fact, the presence of Roman Crowd in their various characteristics can be felt throughout the play of Julius Caesar. However, it is in the opening scene and in the forum scene that they are actively instrumental in mounding the course of the play. Let us now have a close look of their characteristics under the following heads.
Narayan in his portrayal of the oldest man gives a glimpse of his history through half remembered memories by the old man who loves his routinely two-hour walk. We also get a peep into his history through an account by others who witness him on this routine. Like the photographer who mixes Emden’s history with his fiction while gossiping about him as Emden crosses his shop.
You are the Constructor:'Teaching refers to the actions of a real live instructor designed to impart learning to the student.' So friends, teachers are not machines but an articulation of human passions with the objective of imparting guidance to learning. So the job of teaching is different from other jobs in the sense that it is not a subject of calculating your money rather it provides perspective to the whole of education as well as life. The approach to teaching at school level is integrative rather than as additive which means values are integrated into the processes of life, living and enlightenment. A teacher should involve himself / herself into the over-all school climate and interactions and they are transformed in the tradition of constructor of social values. It is because the attitudes and values of a teacher are incorporated in the foundation of a student's character.
Only woman character in Justice:
Forum Scene in William Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar (Act III, SCENE II. The Forum): Compare and Contrast Brutus' Speech and Antony’s Speech
(I) Personal Lyrics
(ii) Lyrics of Nature
(iii) Lyrics of Hope & Liberty
A Forbidden Land of Spiritual Barrenness:
How can you use Facebook in Studying English Literature and Grammar both as a TEFL( Teaching English as Foreign Language) & FLL (First Language Learner)?
- Reading at Student
Reading at the Pastime
Doubts and Disbelief in the Religious Authority of the Church:
A Set of 26 Objective
Questions & Answers
UGC NET ENGLISH QUESTION
‘The Choice-I’ from "The House of Life" Celebrates Love and Relationship of D. G. Rossetti and Elizabeth Siddal
A Projection of Life:
Early sonnets are related to the early plays and later ones are akin to the dark comedies or tragedies:
Inga-Stina Ewbank (1932 - 2004)
British academic and critic.
Shakespeare and the Arts of Language, "Companion to Shakespeare Studies"
Shakespeare’s sonnets have been a riddle to critics and readers alike and in the maze of criticism and interpretation it is more likely for one to lose his way than to get out of it. For those who believe that the sonnets display a chronological order of composition, the separate poems do not have much value by themselves unless they feel the developing situations show a definite pattern of sustained dramatic utterance. For them it is the poetry of self-dramatization unfolding a psychological drama in full five acts.
The Hidden Mystery behind “The Winter’s Tale” as one of the Dramatic Romances of Shakespeare’s Last period: Reflecting His New Attitude of Life
Most Important Thing You Need To Know About “The Poet’s Poet”: Edmund Spenser Bridged the Medieval and Elizabethan Periods
Why Some Critics Almost Always Get Confused with William Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” as a Kind of Romance Written in a Tragic Mood
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