The novel “Adam Bede” is based on its only character named as Adam Bede. This character is very minutely portrayedContinue reading
John Keats is called poet of beauty. He also takes interest in Greeks art in order to pursues beauty which is also called John Keats’ Hellenism.
Title of the novel is self-explanatory; it expresses the main theme i.e. decay of culture and downfall of Mughal Empire.
John Donne, after careful analysis, decided to write “The Good Morrow”. He compares his former life with present and concludes that present life is better.
“A Valediction: Of Weeping” is a dramatic monologue of John Donne, in which he, after careful analysis, talks about the love between him and his beloved.
Aristotle’s concept of imitation redefined word “imitation”. He answered Plato that “imitation” is creative process and not just procedure of copying.
Samuel Beckett had largest contribution in “Absurd Theater”. His play “Waiting for Godot” also belonged to the same category and was called an absurd play.
Simple and short, “Personal Helicon” is a journey from childhood to adulthood. Perhaps, it is the journey of a poet.
Chances are integral party of Hardy’s fictional work. Whether it is novel or poetry, Hardy prefers to include chances in
“Of Parents and Children” is a suggestive essay, in which Sir Francis Bacon provides some suggestions, through which parents can bring up their children.
Aristotle ignored the concept of fate while saying that Oedipus Rex suffered due to hubris. He mistakenly considered Oedipus Rex an ideal tragic hero. While watching play, audience sees Oedipus Rex mere victim of circumstances. Oedipus Rex can only be called a perfect tragic hero if his actions are responsible for his sufferings and not his fate.