Love of Miss Rameresh

THE LOVE OF MISS RAMERESH Love to the opposite sex is an instinct, to say, a gift from nature bestowed upon every living being.  Sometimes, though not often, it is seen that there are some people who are inclined to the same sex—a man to a man or a woman to a woman. The sexual […]

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Love of P B Shelley

THE LOVE OF PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY  Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792-1822) was an English minor poet of major rank. Like Keats, he met an earlier death at the age of thirty only and within this brief span of life he had written a considerable amount of poems and became a worth mentioned popular poet. His place […]

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The Love of Alexander Pushkin

THE LOVE OF ALEXANDER PUSHKIN  Alexander Pushkin was a great Russian poet. His place in Russian Literature is so high as Shakespeare is in English Literature,  Walt Whitman is in American Literature and as Rabindranath is in Bengali Literature.  It is because in his writings there is the reflection of the depth of human feeling […]

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The Love of Dylan Thomas

THE LOVE OF DYLAN THOMAS  Dylan Thomas (1914-1953) was a great poet of twentieth-century England. As a poet, he was more painstaking, refined and skilled than his contemporaries and hence he earned worldwide fame during his lifetime. But the private life of this great poet was full of gloom and ill-fame. Physically he was a […]

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Love of Eugene O’Neill

THE LOVE OF EUGENE O’NEILL  Eugene O’Neill was one of the great American dramatists of the 20th century. He had written a large number of one-act plays and some full length plays. During his lifetime almost all his plays occupied the stage both in America and abroad and he became a household name as a […]

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Love of Ernest Hemingway

THE LOVE OF ERNEST HEMINGWAY Ernest Hemingway (1898-1961) was an American novelist and short story-letter of the twentieth century. He won the Nobel Prize for literature in 1954. He lived, throughout his life on the earth, a busy adventurous life full of risks, sorrow and sufferance. Moreover, he was the only writer of the twentieth […]

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Love of John Keats

THE LOVE OF JOHN KEATS  John Keats (1795-1821) was one of the great English Romantic poets. As a poet, he was a wonder—because he was the only poet, in the whole range of English poets, who had been living for a span of only twenty-five years and within the brief span of life he had […]

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The Love of Walt Whitman

THE LOVE OF WALT WHITMAN  Walt Whitman was one of the greatest poets of the world. As a poet, both in theme and style, he was exceptionally a queer poet as he wrote poetry on the common themes of democracy and of natural freedom in an unprecedentedly new prosaic style which was his own innovation. […]

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Love of Andrew the Painter

THE LOVE OF ANDREW THE PAINTER  Love is a mysterious power. It can add life to death and death to life. It can efface tears from the eyes and give smiles to the lips, and it is the love, which sometimes can efface smiles and shower of tears to the eyes. Fortunate are they to […]

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Love of John Osborne

THE LOVE OF JOHN OSBORNE  John Osborne was a popular major dramatist of the 20th century England. Besides being a dramatist, he was a skilled actor and a filmmaker. He gave rise to a new genre of drama which may be called the “Drama of Feeling”. Though he achieved great popularity as a dramatist of […]

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