Austen impeccably depicts the social and economic realities that preoccupied the individuals in the Regency era. This article discusses and analyzes "Pride and Prejudice" as more than just a romance novel.
Deven's desire to escape the dreariness of Mirpore is what intensifies and attaches importance to these constant back-and-forth journeys from Mirpore to Delhi. These are not just physical journeys, but metaphorical. Through Nur and Urdu poetry, Deven is seeking liberation from his suffocating life.
Toni Morrison’s "Beloved" lays bare the horrors of slavery by delving into the psychologies of multiple (ex-)slaves. Set in 1876, a decade after slavery was abolished, it explores the devastating effects that slavery has on motherhood, which will be explored and analyzed in this essay.