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Chaucer’s Contribution to English Language & Literature is of paramount importance in the history of English literature. It was Chaucer who transformed English into a full fledged language.
Pygmalion can almost be read as a psychological study on the power that language has over a person and their attitude— whether they have respect for others and whether they are kind and generous
Hermes was the Greek God known for being a trickster, a messenger between realms, a Soul Guide, and very resourceful one. He was the son of Zeus, brother of Apollo, and lover of Aphrodite. The Hermes archetypes is a...
Othello, in Shakespeare’s play Othello, is a happily married and widely respected general in the Venetian army despite his African heritage and has not, as yet, experienced such discrimination. However, Iago...
Metaphysical is derivative of the Latin word Metaphysica, which is a combination of two words: Meta and Physica. The word meta means ‘beyond’ or ‘after’. It is a prefix and is equally used in...
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