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Childhood In The Mill on the Floss

Introduction to childhood in the mill on the floss: Factually, one’s childhood is the most significant part of his life. The progress of his personality, his intelligence, and his social attitude are contingent on the early years of his childhood. A human mind repeatedly acknowledges what it interprets from its environs. All of his childhood reminiscences own a strong position […]

Explanation To Postcolonial Criticism

Introduction to Postcolonial Criticism: Colonialism: In order to understand Postcolonial criticism, one has to get a clear view of what Colonialism is. Colonialism is a system in which a foreign nation maintains political, social, economic, or cultural domination over another nation for an extended period. “Colonialism” is a theory, but when applied as an action, it’s called “Colonialization”. The first-ever […]

The Wife Of Bath as a Modern Woman

IntroductionThe Wife of Bath, a prominent character. Chaucer wrote The Canterbury Tales in 1392, a time when women’s role in society was limited and has become a subject of special discussion in the modern era. Middle age societies were patriarchal, were male, dominant in all respects, had the authority resided in their hands. Also, men were the protectors of women. […]

Oedipus Rex and the concept of Destiny

Introduction: Oedipus Rex was written during the classical era when Greek Mythology was the topic of concentration, and thus several authors wrote their literary works based on Greek Mythology. Sophocles wrote Oedipus Rex, which revolves around a Greek and a Roman concept of destiny whereby the three goddesses of fate already determine man’s fate. Thus, man has no control over the path his […]

Character Analysis Of “The Oxford Cleric” in Chaucer’s “The Canterbury Tales”

As we know The Oxford Cleric is one of the original travelers who joined the patrons at the Tabbard Inn, who were making a pilgrimage to Canterbury Cathedral in The Canterbury Tales. Not much is given to his physical description; however, when the Host calls on the Clerk, much is detailed about the Clerk’s demeanor. These remarks help illustrate the analysis […]

Difference Between Writings of the Renaissance and the Middle Ages

Introduction Renaissance and the middle ages: The English Renaissance and the middle age are two different eras in the history of English Literature with different subjects of discussion, the writing style, the portrayal of social norms, and ethnicity. Every era in history introduced new ideas and new thoughts which changed the traditional ways and brought about a new way of […]

When to use Active and Passive sentences

During general communication, one only prefers to convey the meaning and does not usually emphasize one specific subject. It does happen but, general communication covers other factors such as facial expressions, pitch and the use of words, etc. So, it is comparably easy to convey the actual intentions or meanings of a specific speech and the use of passive voice […]