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G.B. Shaw’s Radio Talk, ‘Spoken English and Broken English’:Broken English’s Relevance in Today’s English Spoken World

In a lively, witty and conversational style G. B. Shaw in his essay (a transcript of a radio talk and was recorded in 1927. The talk was broadcast over Manhattan's radio station WNEW) ‘Spoken English and Broken English’ gives some instruction to a foreign student of the English Language in regard to speaking English when he travels in the British Commonwealth or in America or when he meets a native of those countries or it may be that he is himself a native but that he speaks in a provincial or cockney dialect of which he is a little ashamed, or which perhaps prevents him from obtaining some employment which is open to those only who speak in correct English. Read More Teaching English

The Irish Literary Renaissance and the New Irish Theatre: Consciously Represented Irish National Aspirations


Critical Appreciation of Virginia Woolf’s ‘Professions for Women’

The cheapness of writing paper is, of course, the reason why women have succeeded as writers before they have succeeded in other professions”__Virginia Woolf’s ‘Professions for Women’

Virginia Woolf’s ‘Professions for Women’ originally presented as a paper to the Women’s Service League dwells on Woolf’s own professional experiences of female sensibility. Although she is speaking primarily of her own experiences, she feels that women in all professions face the same kind of difficulties and those women starting new courses face greater obstacles than the rest. HereWoolf shows how it is difficult for women to come out of the age-old-prejudices that prevail in the society and also within women themselves. 

Why You Must Experience Robert Frost's "The Road Not Taken" At Least Once In Your Lifetime?

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