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22nd June 2018

Applying For BA English Honours Course? Know About The CBCS Syllabi

Applying For BA English Honours Course? Know About The CBCS Syllabi

With the undergraduate admission process for the new academic session starting within a few weeks, are yo...

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5th May 2016

What are the Career Prospects When You Hold an English Degree?

English, the subject, has been popular with those who love to read or have a flair for writing. Counted among the most promising courses, this one witnessesmassive enrolment every year. The reason is...

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21st March 2016

How an English Honours Student Can Oppose the Gothic Thoughts About the Subject

'It's all about reading books', 'Dude, you just gotta read a novel and appear at the exam'.

'So ...

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21st December 2015

Pre-Christian and non-Christian Poetry

Pre-Christian and non-Christian Poetry

Although Christian in its spirit and handed down to us by Christian editors, Anglo-Saxon poetry includes lays of pre-Christian times an...

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9th December 2015

Role of Beelzebub in Paradise Lost Book I

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Beelzebub, though second in the hierarchy and only next to Satan, occupies very little place in Paradise Lost Book I. However, he proves his existence through ...

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21st December 2015

To His Coy Mistress: Carpe Diem Theme

Carpe diem, a Latin phrase from Horaceā€Ÿs Odes (I, ix), means “seize the day” or in other words “make the best of the present moment.” The speaker of a carpe diem argues, oft...

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9th December 2015

To His Coy Mistress : As a Metaphysical Poem

When John Dryden says that John Donne in his poetry "affects the metaphysics," he meant that those pieces poetry employ the terminology and abstruse arguments of the medieval Scholastic philosophers1...

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