Month February 2021

Some Important Themes In American Poetry

Some Important Themes In American Poetry [Adapted from Thematic Guide to American Poetry by Allan Burns] Civilisation The poets of America have always had an uneasy relationship with American civilisation as a whole. On the one hand, they extolled ideas like freedom, democracy, opportunity, prosperity, and ingenuity; on the other,…
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A Brief History of American Poetry

A Brief History of American Poetry American poetry arose first as an outcome of the hard work by the colonialists to add their opinions and expressions to English poetry in the 17thcentury, just prior to the unification of the thirteen colonies even though, earlier to this constitutional unification of colonies,…
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Sonnet 29 By William Shakespeare Summary, Analysis and Solved Questions

Sonnet 29 also named as “When in disgrace with fortune and men's eyes” is one of 154 sonnets written by the English playwright and poet William Shakespeare. It is part of the Fair Youth sequence. In the sonnet William Shakespeare creates a depressed and despairing speaker who serendipitously reflects upon the love of a close friend in order to prove to the reader that no matter how difficult life becomes, we can be content in the blessings of love.
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Tobacco – The Silent Killer | Prose 3 | English Class 7th | Summary | Questions and Answers | Tulip Series

Tobacco is an agricultural product. Processed from the leaves of the plants of the genus Nicotiana. It's most commonly used as a recreational drug. There are more than 70 tobacco species in the plant genus Nicotiana. It is believed that Christopher Columbus and his men on landing the island of Tobago in 1492 found the native using tobacco leaves for pleasure.
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