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  • Analysis Of Anita Desai's 'Cry The Peacock'

    Chapter one Anita Desai as a novelist Anita Desai is one of the most powerful and distinguished Indian English novelists. She has an extraordinary sharpness and penetration of vision. Her writings have drawn world-wide critical attention. Anita Desai has added a new dimension to the Indian English fiction: the exploration of human psyche. She is endowed with searching psychological insight and often peeps into the inner recesses of the psyche, rather than merely presenting the outer spectacle…

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  • Untouchable By Mulk Raj Anand Summary

    This article explores the spirit of postcolonialism in the writings of Mulk Raj Anand. In his novels Untouchable and Coolie he not only reflects the exploitation of his contemporary society but also he has posed strong objection to the system. The society was ridden with so many categories of social exploitations based on religion, caste, class, poverty, education, marriage and sex. Anand in his fictional writings stages a three-fold protest against the political domination of colonialism, the…

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  • Wole Soyinka And Girish Karnad Analysis

    B.Ananda Rao M.A,M.Phil,(Ph.D) Asst.Prof, of English Sri Vasavi Engg College, Tadepalligudem. “A study of tradition and culture in the selected plays of Wole Soyinka and Girish karnad”. INTRODUCTION Wole Soyinka is the first African writer to win the Nobel…

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  • Hotel Case Study

    1.0. PROJECT PROPOSAL 1.1. The Firm The Heritance Panduwasnuwara Hotel (HPH) which is a Tourist Board approved hotel is located in the North Western Province in Sri Lanka surrounded by ancient historical places. The main products in HPH are selling hospitality, leisure and quality food. HPH offers standard accommodation for families, travel groups, honeymoon couples and anyone who expect superb service, elegant style, clean and fully facilitated rooms. HPH also provided a tranquil environment…

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  • Darjeeling Hills Case Study

    Ecologically Fragile, Carrying Capacity Darjeeling is an important segment of Lesser Himalayas. It comprises of three hill stations of Darjeeling, Kalimpong and Kurseong and is situated in the northernmost part of West Bengal- one of the states in India. The shape of Darjeeling hills is an irregular triangle and is located between 24o 41′ North to the 27º10′ north latitude and between 87 o 59′East to 88 o 53′ East longitude. Darjeeling hills comprising of ridges, bold spurs, narrow deep…

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  • Sawantwadi Case Study

    Dr. Shaila B., Ashwathi S., Jainam K. The charisma of a place is reflected by its Art and Culture. These are shown through numerous forms of folk traditions, performing arts, music, paintings, writings, rituals and beliefs to mention a few. India has been known for its rich culture since ages now. On a journey from Kanyakumari in Tamil Nadu to Jammu and Kashmir we will come across innumerable types of Art forms. Every state has their unique history on the form of Art and Culture which takes…

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  • Analysis Of The Skeleton By Rabindranath Tagore

    Rabindranath Tagore, born on May 7th, 1861- died 7th Aug 1941, is one of the foremost literary figures of India. He majorly wrote in Bengali as he came from a feudal Aristocratic family of Bengal, although, most of his works have been translated into English and various languages worldwide. He is the first Non-European to win the Noble Prize for Literature in 1913. Tagore’s prime emphasis was seen revolving around the secluded domestic lives of women. In his short stories and novels he depicts…

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  • Critical Analysis Of The Tiger's Daughter By Bharathi Mukherjee

    the culture of her host country , Tara faces utter dissonance. She decides to leave to her motherland, after seven years. This she decides, will diminish her anguish and refresh her mind. But reality seemed very different, for Tara, after reaching India, faces utmost disappointment. She is unable to come to terms with the dirt and squalor of her city , Calcutta. The novel deals with all her attempts to assimilate with her native land. She struggles to regain her identity. She is neither Indian…

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  • Harvansha Rai Bachan Analysis

    submitted by:Ria Garg (201130113)Introduction :- Harvansha Rai Bachan was a noted Indian poet of Chhayavad movement. He was first Indian to get PhD. With “Madhushala” he was established as a major Hindi poet. His some of works seems to be inspired by India freedom movements , while some seems to be effected by the death of his first wife where we see the deep sorrow clearly visible. His other works include an element of romanticism which suggests that Harvansha Rai Bachan is really romantic kind…

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  • Analysis Of Extremism In Gandhi

    Sriram's Shift to Extremism from Gandhism Sriram goes through various stages of transformation in his life after he meets Gandhi. Though Sriram is inducted in the freedom struggle by his attendance to the meetings of Gandhi, his career in the freedom struggle is not just characterized by Gandhian ideology. He happens to come in contact with the ideology of extremists after Gandhiji is sent to jail and Bharati courts arrest. Sriram does not go to jail on the pretext of meeting his grandmother. In…

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