G. B. Shaw’s Essay ‘Life and Learning’–An Analytical Study 

G. B. Shaw’s Essay ‘Life and Learning’–An Analytical Study  Gorge Bernard Shaw (1856-1950) was a man of a complex personality and as a writer, he was idealist, intellectualist and as an idealist, he was controversial as he had no belief in the age-long conventions of human institutions. Throughout his writings, he refutes the traditional ideals, […]

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Virginia Woolf’s Essay ‘Shakespeare’s Sister’— An Analytical Study

Virginia Woolf’s Essay ‘Shakespeare’s Sister’— An Analytical Study — Menonim Menonimus    Shakespeare’s Sister, an essay by Virginia Woolf, has been taken from her book A Room of One’s Own (a collection of essays). In this essay, the author has explored the status of women in English society with special reference to the Elizabethan Age. Along with […]

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Omprakash Valmiki’s essay ‘Joothan’: A Critical Analysis

Omprakash Valmiki’s essay ‘Joothan’: A Critical Analysis –Menonim Menonimus ‘Joothan’ is an autobiographical essay written by Omprakash Valmiki, an Indian Hindi Dalit writer. In the essay, the author has narrated his childhood sufferance as he often became the victim of caste discrimination prevailed in Indian society.  First, he gives a vivid description of the locality […]

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Jotirao Phule’s Essay ‘Caste Laws’ – A  Critical Analysis

Jotirao Phule’s Essay ‘Caste Laws’ – A  Critical Analysis  ‘Caste and Laws’ is a critical essay on the caste system in Indian society by Jotirao Phule, an Indian Marathi writer. In this essay, he has discussed how the Brahmins concocted and established the tradition of their supremacy over the other castes of society. First, the author […]

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