A critical analysis of several short stories by Jorge Luis Borges exploring his use of the deconstruction method and his deconstruction of literature itself.
The Summary of the 'Silver lining' a piece of literary by Chaman Nahal, is one of his experiences during his stay at a private guest-house in one of the hill resorts. His story ends with a happy...
An analysis of Geoffrey Chaucer's poem, 'Truth' - a homiletic ballade intended by Chaucer as a source of advice and guidance for the reader.
A scholarly study of ethnic American literature in relation to postmodernism and the concepts of the grand narrative, heteroglossia, and otherness.
Undine is a water spirit, kind of mermaid. It's also a popular novella from the 19th century with interesting mythology, upon which several fairy tales were made.
A review of Sophocles' Athenian tragedy, which first premiered in 429 BC
There are many characteristics of John Donne poetry, which have been discussed in detail in this hub. If you want to know about characteristics of John Donne poetry, then read this hub.
To those familiar with the Chronicles of Narnia, C.S. Lewis' novel Till We Have Faces A Myth Retold may come as a pleasant or even shocking surprise. This novel written for adults explores the dark side of love and...
"All is changed, changed utterly; A terrible beauty is born" So WB Yeats prophesied in his poem 'Easter 1916'. In a single line he captured the ambiguity of Irish politics at the time - the beauty of struggling for...
An Analysis of one of Blake's most popular and troubling poems. Blake famously subverts the biblical tradition he appropriates in this brilliant work.