Month: February 2021

English Literature Summary Review Analysis Explanation

Take Pity by Bernard Malamud (Analysis & Summary)

The story “Take Pity” deals with the personality of two persons with the background of a socio-politico economic slump after the terrific effects of war. Rosen is replete with pity whereas...

A Brief Overview Of Facial Recognition Technology

If you ever post a photo with your friends on Facebook, you might not have noticed that, but Facebook instantly tags the people in the photo. Did you know that Facebook has utilized facial recognition...

Muslims of the Sub-continent

A dominant view among several writers in Pakistan has been that the majority Muslim population of Pakistan and Bangladesh are privileged to hold important positions in civil/military bureaucracy, judi...

Breakfast by John Steinbeck (A Discussion)

The story “Breakfast” deals with the simplicity, contentment, and satisfaction of workers depending on seasonal work of cotton-picking. It is chiefly with a generous and sympathetic attitu...

Rappaccini’s Daughter by Nathaniel Hawthorne (Summary & Analysis)

“Rappaccini’s Daughter” is a fantasy in English literature, written by Nathaniel Hawthorne. It deals with the scientific research of a well-known Dr. Rappaccini who has grown up in a...

The Killers by Ernest Hemingway (Summary & Analysis)

“The Killers” deals with lawlessness in the most civilized society of the world. Human life is so cheap that killing somebody is as easy as chopping radish and carrots. The story is full o...

Metro: Paris by Ezra Pound (Analysis)

The inhuman, unhygienic, and mechanical life of modern civilization is the theme of the poem. People become lifeless, thoughtless, and directionless in big cities. A glance at the faces of the people ...

Fog by Carl Sandburg (An Understanding)

Carl Sandburg has described the appearance and disappearance of fog with poetic beauty. In its appearance and disappearance, the law of Nature change and newness has been described. Every object, livi...

Autumn by T.E. Hulme (An Analysis)

A picture of a cold autumn night has been painted in the poem. The impressions which the poet got, have been presented. The poem is the clear contrast between city life and village life. There is no r...

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