“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.Continue reading
A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning is metaphysical poem, which focuses on conceits. Donne was leaving for France and was departing from his wife Anne Moore.
Critical Analysis of “Ariel”, shows that it is highly autobiographical, psychological and confessional.It is the most ambiguous and complex poem of Plath.
Ernest Hemingway portrays more than one theme in “The Killers”.Some of the Major themes of “The Killers” are: Fear, Courage, Death is certain and Horror.
Hemingway is a true writer of clarity and reality. All his fictional work is based on the real events, happened
Ted Hughes is called poet of animals. “That Morning” is a clear analysis of animal’s psyche through which Ted Hughes portrays critical theme of violence.
“The Prologue to the Canterbury Tales” shows Chaucer’s exceptional art of characterization. Marvelous art of characterization represents Chaucer’s whole era
“The daemon in Hedda is that she wants to influence another human being, but once that has happened she despises
Ahmed Ali, a prolific writes, is still ruling on the hearts of readers. He had a God gifted quality of
Waiting for Godot may not be a traditional tragedy yet there are sufferings in play along with comedy that forms a successful tragicomedy.