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02 Oct

Lord of the Flies- An Analysis

Lord of the Flies- An Analysis Published in 1954, William Golding’s Lord of the Flies survived an initial lukewarm response to become one of the bestsellers of all time. In simple terms, it is a novel of boyish adventure, and as such, its outline is familiar. Vivid accounts of the adventure of a group of boys trying to organize life on an uninhabited island have been t

27 Jun

The Chance of Humming by Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi

The Chance of Humming (Pearls from the Deep) Mewlana Jalaluddin Rumi Summary and Analysis “The Chance of Humming” by Jalal ad-Din Muhammad Rumi emphasises the importance of living in the present. The poem views life as a journey. A harmonization of opposites is necessary if one has to undertake this journey. Human life is likened to travelling downstream a river

27 Jun

How Simple by PP Ramachandran (Pearls from the Deep)

"How Simple" by P P Ramachandran "How Simple" is the English translation of the Malayalam poem "Lalitham" penned by poet PP Ramachandran. The subtlety and minimalism that characterise much of his poetry find ample articulation in this short and beautiful poem. Multiple English translations of the poem exist, some of which are included here for the reader&

13 Oct

Mending Wall- Robert Frost

Mending Wall Robert Frost II 1. Literally, the gap in the wall. Metaphorically, the gap in human relationships. 2. The poet realises that the wall is unnecessary as “he is all pine and I am apple orchard”. He also argues that since there are no cows, the wall is unnecessary. Hence he questions the mending of the wall. 3. The process of mending the wall. 4. T

13 Oct

Ode to a Nightingale- John Keats

Ode to a Nightingale John Keats “Ode to a Nightingale” is an outstanding meditative ode penned by the renowned English Romantic poet John Keats. The poem explores themes of mortality and transience, contrasting the permanence of the world of art with the impermanence of human life. He wrote the poem in 1819, while visiting his friend Charles Brown, who later wrote ab

21 Sep

Transformational Generative Grammar TG Grammar is one of the most influential modern linguistic theories. It was proposed by Noam Chomsky in Syntactic Structures (1957) and Aspects of the Theory of Syntax (1965). There are two aspects to this theory – transformational and generative.   Transformational Aspect of TG Grammar TG Grammar shows relationship between sen