Summary of the Prologue to the Canterbury Tales
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 Going through The Prologue To The Centerbury Tales is like visiting a portrait-gallery. In a portrait-gallery we see portraits of a large number of persons on display. These portraits impress us by a variety of dresses, and they impress us also with their vividness. Each portrait creates an impression that a real human being sits or stands before us. This precisely is the impression that the Prologue produces on us. We are greatly struck by the large variety for which the Prologue is remarkable. A large number of human beings, who are both types and individuals, have been delineated by C ..read more
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Prologue to the Canterbury Tales: Background and Introduction
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  The age of Chaucer covers the period from 1340 to 1400. Chaucer is the true representative of his age as Pope is of the eighteenth century and Tennyson is of the Victorian era. His works breathe the political, social, economic and religious tendencies of his time. The middle of the fourteenth century was the transitional period in which Chaucer was born. The elements of Renaissance were breeding. “He stands on the threshold of the new age, but still hedged in a backward gazing world.” The fourteenth century in England was the most important of the mediaeval centuries. It covered the pe ..read more
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Compositions Written by Literary Club's Active Members (Part IV)
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 Kalpana Saini,  B. A. (Hons) English, 4th Sem  The Moment We Believe We Have Reached Perfection Retrogression Begins Once I was certain of a perfect life but seeing how I no longer want any of what made that vision of life 'perfect '  I am really sure that setting out for a dream is a recipe for profound grief and disillusionment. If you constantly strive for perfection you might not say what you want to say ...because perfection doesn't exist . It's like a mirage. You think you can see it way out in the distance and so you chase chase chase and chase .Only to be d ..read more
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Compositions Written by Literary Club's Active Members (Part III)
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 Mahak B.A. English Honours 4th Sem I believe I was never thankful enough For what I have and what I earned Seeing the world with the best I had Made me realise that everyone's a little burnt But they also have something so beautiful People to make them smile Being lent a shoulder when they need a good cry A sweet reminder that they are loved every once in a while Not everyone is born with a healthy body And yes, not all can maintain their peace of mind But the world gives them enough So they could keep trying Look at me, look at you Decide if you want to keep trying harder Because i ..read more
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Compositions Written by Literary Club's Active Members (Part II)
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Name: Anjali Class: B.A. Hons. English 6th Semester Roll No. 202603 'Bittersweet Agony'  Like this forest's dense greenery... is my bittersweet agony, beautiful, boundless and eternal, yet majestic, ferocious and fearsome. This affliction is infernal, but the source, from which it comes, is sweet and saccharine, alluring than any flower in the garden of Eden could have been. *********************************************************************************** KAMNA   Class - BA 1st year   Roll no. - 220578 HAIKU   1.  A web of milieu  ..read more
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Compositions written by Literary Club's Active Members
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 नाम - हिमांशु टांक बी.ए.(द्वितीय सेमेस्टर) अनुक्रमांक -22006 Following are his 5 Ghazals, 5 Nazms, 2 Qita and 2 Dohe _____________________________________________________ ***************ग़ज़लें***************                               ग़ज़ल 1 1. अव्वल नाता जोड़ो हिंदी में, पहले गिनती सीखो हिंदी में। 2.गहरा तम* बिखरा है देहरी पर, तुम इक दीप जला लो हिंदी में। *तम (अँधेरा) 3 ..read more
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Summary of the play "Andha Yug"
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The play has 16 characters:   Ashwatthama Gandhari Dhritarashtra Kritavarma Sanjaya Old Mendicant Guard 1 Guard 2 Vyasa Vidura Yudhishthira Kripacharya Yuyutsu  Dumb Soldier Balarama Krishna Yuyutsu is Dhritarashtra's son who fights as a soldier of Pandava's army and survives after the war. Structure of the play: 5 Act Play Prologue Act 1: The Kaurava Kingdom Act 2: The Making of a Beast Act 3: The Half truth of Ashwatthama Act 4: Gandhari Curse Act 5: Victory and Series of Suicide Epilogue (Death of the Lord) Karna has defeated Bhima, Yudhishthira, Nakula and Sahadev but he does ..read more
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Haikus written by Prof. Pushpinder Syal
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  Calligraphy done by Prof Pushpinder Syal! She is a beautiful human being in sync with Nature and creativity ..read more
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Themes in The Color Purple
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 The Power of Strong Female Relationships   Throughout The Color Purple, female relationships are a means for women to summon the courage to tell stories. In turn, these stories allow women to resist oppression and dominance. Relationships among women form a refuge, providing reciprocal love in a world filled with male violence. Female ties take many forms: some are motherly or sisterly, some are in the form of mentor and pupil, some are sexual, and some are friendships. Sofia claims that her ability to fight comes from her strong relationships with her sisters, and they sing ab ..read more
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Contextual Background
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African-American Life in Georgia   The Color Purple is set in rural Georgia near Eatonton, where Alice Walker was born. The novel takes place from 1911-43. In 1865, the end of the American Civil War led to Congress passing the Thirteenth Amendment to the Constitution. Known as the Emancipation, this act prohibited slavery.    Slavery, the forced servitude of one person by another, was brutal and inhumane. Besides having to perform incredibly difficult labour, slaves were subject to horrific physical, emotional, and sexual abuse. Slaves were viewed as property instead of peo ..read more
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