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Antony in William Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra": A Man with Magnificient Rhetoric

Cleopatra in Shakespeare's "Antony and Cleopatra": a Complex Inscrutable, Indefinable Heroine

The Subject of Death in English Poetry

Science Fiction: A Brief History of It's Development

The Development of the Theatres and Stages from Medieval Drama to Shakespeare’s Time

Analysis of Satire as a Literary Genre

S. T. Coleridge's Definition of Metre

Obscenity and Censorship in Literature

Defining Rhetoric : THE AMORETTI (Sonnet 75): Edmund Spenser

Defining Rhetoric :Sir Philip Sidney's ASTROPHEL AND STELLA ( Sonnet No 1)

Horace’s "Ars Poetica": Horace’s concept of Decorum

The Relationship between Poetry and Music as Stated in Plato’s Republic

Analysis of P.B. Shelley’s Ode to the West Wind: Adoration of Powerful Force and the Poet's Reformist Words

Analysis of Thomas Hardy's In Time of 'The Breaking of Nations' : Glorious Triumph of Love and Life

UGC NET Solved Paper II ; Subject -- English ; December : 2010

Sir Walter Scott’s The Lay of the Last Minstrel: Patriotism is an Eternal Ideology for Loving of One’s Country

Henry Fielding’s Tom Jones: Literary Imagination , Perfection of Plot and Artistic Form

Lord Alfred Tennyson‘s Crossing the Bar: Spiritual Discourse on the Aftermath of Life

Hamlet’s Delay in Action: Critical Commentary on Shakespeare’s Hero

Walter de la Mare’s Silver: Simplicity of Dictions, Rhythmic Sounds, Painting of the Nocturnal Setting and Fairy- tale like Ambience

William Wordsworth’s Interest in Nature: Theory of “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility.”

Critical appreciation of Bertrand Russell's Free Thought and Official Propaganda :What does Russell mean by the word ‘Free Thought’ and how it is prejudice by the official Propaganda?

R. K. Narayan 's essay , A Writer’s Nightmare : Critical Observation on Censorship of Writings and Writers by the Governmental Parameters

Shakespeare's Audience: Structural Analysis

Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot as an avant Garde Performances

The Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy : Important Short Questions Part IV

The Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy : Important Short Questions Part III

The Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy : Important Short Questions Part II

The Return of the Native By Thomas Hardy : Important Short Questions Part I

P.B Shelley's The Cloud: A myth of Nature

John Keats' "To one who has been long in city pent" : Read from the Perspective of Nature Worship

Galsworthy's "Justice” : A Problem Play that Satirizes Crime Law and Divorce Law at Force in Then England

The Application of Information Technology & Multimedia in Teaching English Literature

The Conch in Golding's "Lord of the Flies" Bears a Mythical Identity : Symbolic Stance of Authority, Civilization, Reason, Structure and Self-discipline.

Significance of the Mute Scene in John Galsworthy's "Justice"

Lady Augusta Gregory's "The Rising of the Moon" as an Irish Play of Patriotism

Principal Features of Old English Language

An analysis of Bernard Shaw’s play "Arms and the Man" as an anti-romantic comedy

Break, Break, Break : a sea elegy written by Lord Tennyson on the death of his university friend Arthur Henry Hallum

Adonais by Percy Bysshe Shelley: Pastoral Elegy on the Death of John Keats.

Critical Analysis of Rabindranath Tagore’s poem “Where The Mind Is Without Fear”

The Central Thought of Rabindranath Tagore’s poem: Have you not heard his silent steps? (Gitanjali Songs Offerings No.45)

Critical Commentry on John Keats' ‘La Belle Dame Sans Merci’

Critical Appreciation of T. S. Eliot’s Preludes:The Rottenness, the Corruption and Decadence of Contemporary Society

‘Spring Offensive’ of Wilfred Owen: Offensive and Its Outcome

The Lake Isle of Innisfree by W. B. Yeats: Prompted by Home Sickness

Analysis of Lord Tennyson’s Tithonus : immortality consumes

How to Buy a House by Durrell: The Character of Sabri Tahir

"The Mark on the Wall" by Virginia Woolf : Narrated in ‘Stream of Consciousness’ Technique

Central Theme of Shakespeare’s Sonnet No. 18 (shall I compare thee To a Summer’s Day)

Character of Diggory Venn (the reddleman) in Hardy’s Novel, The Return of the Native

Joseph Conrad’s "The Lagoon" Relates Arsat’s Exile and Loneliness

George Orwell's "Shooting an Elephant" as a Colonial Writing or Criticism of Imperialism

William Somerset Maugham’s ‘The Lotus Eater’ Paints Thomas Wilson as Lotophagi ("lotus-eaters")

Arthur Conan Doyle's "The Adventure of the Red-Headed League" as a Detective Story

Shakespeare’s Tragic Protagonist Macbeth is a Study of the Evil that is in Every Human Heart: Ambition

Critically Commentry on the Opening Scene of “Macbeth”.

Sleep-Walking Scene in Macbeth: A Masterpiece of Dramatic Art

How to Approach Short Story and Get A Comprehensive idea About It

An Introduction to The Vision of William Concerning Piers the Plowman

Utility of School Library for English Learning