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17 Feb

The First Frontier: Spiller

The First Frontier: Spiller “The First Frontier” taken from The Cycle of American Literature is a comprehensive and penetrating study of American writing .It traces its colourful development from a letter of Christopher Columbus to King Ferdinand, to the works of William Faulkner. It shows how American literature evolved as the living experience of a democratic people. Mos

17 Feb

The Battle of the Ants: Thoreau

The Battle of the Ants: Thoreau “The Battle of the Ants” is  taken from Walden  a non-fiction book Thoreau wrote, while living on his own in a cabin, in the wilderness to escape from ‘over- civilization ‘ and to look for raw and ‘savage delight’. One day he went out to the wood pile and observed the battle of ants. He saw two large ants, t

17 Feb

Art by Ralph Waldo Emerson

"Art" by Ralph Waldo Emerson Emerson through the essay “Art” tries to awaken in the reader an interest in art. Art is not to be seen just for its sake but needs to be viewed for the beauty of its identity. The artist’s creativity in painting, sculpture, music or any art form is to be appreciated for its ingenuity. Art is never new but a slice taken from the