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14 Jun

Poor Girl: Maya Angelou

Poor Girl Maya Angelou   I 1. a II 1. The male lover is addressed As ‘you’ in the poem.    2. The male lover, the old beloved and the new beloved are the characters we come across in the poem.    3. She says so because she realises that the new beloved too will  soon experience rejection from the lover. III 1. When the love

14 Jun

Bicycle- David Malouf

Bicycle David Malouf I 1.b   2.b II. 1. The bicycle is the stranger from the streets.      2. A bookcase, two chairs and a mirror are the other inmates of the room.      3. The mirror remains undisturbed by the grandeur of the bicycle. It holds the storm of light unbroken, calmly accepting all traffic through its gaze. &

25 Jan

Language and Society- Language Varieties

Language and Society Varieties of Languages                          Language is a human phenomenon which is as complex as human relationships in a society. It cannot be studied in isolation because there is a deep relation between language and society. Factors

25 Jan

Ecology- AK Ramanujan

Ecology: A K Ramanujan PART B 1. The Champak trees were seeded by a passing bird’s providential droppings. 2. The poet does not believe in the story of the origin of the champak trees. He is critical and sarcastic. 3. The poet comes home in a rage on seeing the three red champak trees in full bloom after the first rain. 4. The mother lost her temper on hearing t

21 Feb

Matsyaganddhi: M Sujatha

“M.Sujatha’s “Matsyaganddhi” is delightful monodrama which focuses on the lives of the fisherwomen in coastal Kerala. She speaks about many of the concerns of her community. Globalization has really changed their life. She presents very moving and very familiar scenes to depict her concern. The fisherwomen are victims of exploitation.The drama has in it sublime mo

21 Feb

The Trick

“The Trick is the adaptation of “The Shadow of the Glen” by Synge. A musician knocks at a house for shelter and finds Kamuli, the lady of the house beside the corpse of her husband Kalekezi. It is a rectangular hut .Kamuli receives the musician. He sees the dead man but says that the dead man looks queer. She tells him that she was not to touch the dead body for fear of