"Three gangs had come to loot the same bank. On the same day at the same time. And as bizarre as it seemed, Nari and gang was just one among them, outnumbered and outmanoeuvred." Seen something like this? Well, I don't remember that in my reading hours, I have read a plot like this - … Continue reading Is Suraj Laxminarayanan the next-gen entertainer in fiction writing?
Hindi Literature has seen a good year in the form of 2017. It has seen the rise of many authors from the nothingness to 'somethingness' and eventually even higher. People have started taking interest in reading books in Hindi once again because they used to be a void when someone mentioned Hindi literature a few … Continue reading How Hindi is rising to the standards as never before
Hello friends, hope you all are doing great! Been great times here too. Today, I am sharing with my readers who happen to be the students of literature a magazine which publishes English Literature research papers free of cost. Most of you must already be knowing about it - Ashvamegh. Ashvamegh is an Indian magazine … Continue reading Publish English Literature Research Papers Free!
This is a classic example of a poem by H W Longfellow in which he moves on to deliver his sermon towards the end while beginning with a simple theme such as a village blacksmith. The poem opens with the physical appearance of a village blacksmith who has a great body and muscular hands which … Continue reading The Village Blacksmith | Poem Analysis | Summary
I just came across a poem Six and Out by G D Martineau. This is a wonderful poem and also described in some of the English books for middle school students. I thought it the best to share my views on this poem so that those want to know about the poem might benefit a … Continue reading Six and Out by G D Martineau | Poem Analysis
Twentieth century theatre witnessed a number of experiments. It was, needless to reiterate, an age of avant-garde. "Waiting For Godot" is work of that age which still shakes my numb limbs to the core! Beckett's unusual creation that revolutionized the world of literature with the 'mute' dialogues. I still recall what was there in the … Continue reading Analysis of Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett