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20 Jan

Are the Beautiful Virtuous?

For some reason, people tend to associate beauty with virtue and vice-versa. The beautiful are usually considered virtuous unless proved to the contrary. Hence the crooked and the cunning among the beautiful can manipulate their good-looks to achieve their ends. The beautiful have a definite advantage over the others especially when it comes to creating ‘first impressions&rsquo

20 Jan

Is Man a Born Devil? -Post Innocence Prognostications

It is impossible to speak about light without a word about shadow, about stillness without a word about noise. Likewise, it is impossible to discourse at length on virtue without recourse to vice. A devil, a born devil, on whose nature Nurture can never stick; on whom my pains, Humanely taken, all, all lost, quite lost; And as with age his body uglier grows, So his mind cank

12 Jan

Welcome To MuteMelodist !!! is an academic/entertainment website based in India. The website caters to the aesthetic and creative aspirations of up-and-coming artists and writers. A non-profit enterprise founded by a team of academicians and connoisseurs of art in 2014, the website is currently managed by a bunch of dedicated art aficionados. The members of the Mutemelodist team envision thi

08 Jan

Inclusive Learning

Celebration of Differences through Inclusion: Deconstructing the Normal/ Challenged Dichotomy Manu Mangattu Abstract  The present scrutiny attempts to present inclusive education in a different light, suggesting that the difference that separates students with learning disabilities from their normal peers is something to be celebrated. It deconstructs the normal/challenged

08 Jan

Varsham - Mammootty's Masterclass Movie Review

Easy tickets, empty seats and quiet fanfare suggested that Mammootty's Varsham would be another tear drop in the Megastar's eyes.  Before the film began.  Now, after having witnessed an acting masterclass I admit my conjecture was wrong.  The empty seats haunt me still; hence this post. I am not a great Mammootty fan.  Lalettan has always been my favorite

07 Jan

Lord of the Flies- A Book Review

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 the subject of many a literary classic.