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Break, Break, Break Summary and Theme Analysis

 Introduction The poem “Break, Break, Break” is an outstanding lyric of Alfred Lord Tennyson, the most representative poet of the Victorian Era.  This lyric was composed in 1835, two years after the death of Henry Arthur Hallam; the fellow poet and intimate friend of Alfred Tennyson. Though the poem was composed in 1835, but published …

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Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard

Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard Summary by Thomas Gray

The famous 18th-century poet Thomas Gray was born December 26, 1716, Cornhill, London. Gray’s childhood was full of troubles because his father, Philip Gray, who was a wealthy scrivener in London, often treated his mother harshly and violently. It was the year of 1725 when Thomas Gray was sent to Eton. At Eton, he was …

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The Jew of Malta

‘The Jew of Malta’ summary and analysis written by Christopher Marlowe.

‘The Jew of Malta‘ or ‘The Famous Tragedy of the Rich Jew of Malta’ (written in 1589/1590) is one of the six plays written by one of the eminent ‘University Wits’ Christopher Marlowe. ‘Dido, Queen of Carthage, Dr. Faustus, Edward II, The Massacre at Paris’ and ‘Tamburlaine’ are other plays of Marlowe. In his whole …

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To His Coy Mistress

Andrew Marvell’s metaphysical poem ‘To his Coy Mistress’ Theme and analysis

Introduction Metaphysical poetry and poets: Metaphysical poetry that belongs to the seventeenth century is still famous in 21 century. The credit of first coining the term ‘metaphysical poetry’ goes to Dr Samuel Johnson in his work ‘Lives of the Most Eminent English Poets’. He noticed many common characteristics in the poetry of these metaphysical poets. …

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Gulliver's Travels

Write the story of ‘Gulliver’s Travels’ in your own words

Introduction: Jonathan Swift’s ‘‘Gulliver’s Travels‘ or, its Full name ‘Travels into Several Remote Nations of the World. In Four Parts. By Lemuel Gulliver, First a Surgeon, and then a Captain of Several Ships’ is a prose satire.  This book is not only Jonathan Swift’s most famous full – length work but also known as a …

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Restoration Comedy

What are the characteristics of ‘Restoration Comedy’ or ‘ Comedy of manners’

Write a note on the characteristics of  ‘Restoration Comedy’.                            Or Write a note on the characteristics of ‘Comedy of Manners’ with special reference to ‘ The Way of the World’. Introduction: ‘Restoration comedy‘  or ‘Comedy of Manners‘ is directly linked to Charles II’s return to England, after nine years of exile in France, and restoring …

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John Keats Poetry

Write a note on the characteristics of John Keats Poetry | Write a note on John Keats as a poet.

The famous Romantic poet John Keats was born on October 31, 1795, at Finsbury in London. When he was less than nine years, his father died of an accident.  After studying in the school of Clarke, he was apprenticed to Thomas Hammond, a surgeon and apothecary of Edmonton. His poetic career started in the year …

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irony

Write a note on irony in Jane Austen’s novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’.

Introduction: Jane Austen’s 1796-1797 written novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’ is a fine example of her literary art. Through this novel, Jane Austen has magnificently presented a lively picture of contemporary society. The novel is not only a portrait of men and manners of her time’s society but in this novel, Jane Austen has skillfully used …

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character of Elizabeth Bennet

Write a note on the character of Elizabeth Bennet in Jane Austen’s novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’.

Introduction: In the novel entitled ‘Pride and Prejudice‘, there are five daughters to Mr and Mrs Bennet; named Jane, Elizabeth, Lydia, Mary and Kitty. Elizabeth is the second daughter of Mr and Mrs Bennet, is the heroine of ‘Pride and Prejudice’. The whole action of the novel is centred around  Elizabeth Bennet. Her character, on …

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