Youth and the Tasks Ahead by Karan Singh | Brief Summary and Solved Questions

Youth and the Tasks Ahead by Karan Singh | Brief Summary and Solved Questions

Youth and the Tasks Ahead by Karan Singh KARAN SINGH: Karan Singh was born in Cannes, France on 9th March 1931. His father Hari Singh was the last ruler of the princely state of Kashmir and Jammu. His mother”s name was Tara Devi. He had his schooling at the Doon School, Dehra Dun. He completed…

The Listeners by Walter De La Mare | Summary, Theme, Analysis, Poetic Devices and Answered Questions
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The Listeners by Walter De La Mare | Summary, Theme, Analysis, Poetic Devices and Answered Questions

The Listeners by Walter De La Mare The poem “The Listeners” is written by the well known modern poet, Walter De La Mare. His literary fame mainly revolves around this poem and works for children. Supernaturalism is a predominant element found in his writings and has written many ghost stories, the most famous being ‘The…

Quality by John Galsworthy|  Summary and Questions

Quality by John Galsworthy| Summary and Questions

QUALITY WRITTEN BY JOHN GALSWORTHY Introduction The Gesseler brothers were shoemakers of an uncommon pedigree. They made bespoke shoes for clients. Each pair of shoes they made bore the signs of their expertise, duty, and above all adherence to quality. Since they made their shoes by hand, they hardly made just enough to make a…

The Daffodils By William Wordsworth- Summary and Questions Answers

A great lover of nature, William Wordsworth, had once wandered aimlessly just like a cloud floats in the sky. He had suddenly come across countless golden daffodils by the side of a lake. Those golden daffodils were fluttering and dancing in the air, appearing like stars twinkling in the sky. The made as if they were dancing in a frenzy.

The Suitor and Papa By  Anton Chekhov- Summary and Solved Questions

The Suitor and Papa By  Anton Chekhov- Summary and Solved Questions

The story”The Suitor and Papa” authored by Russian writer Anton Chekhov describes the futility of marriage, relationship, and family in European society. It delineates a contemporary society in which marriage is given secondary importance rather than job and enjoyment.

The Brook By Lord Alfred Tinnyson- Summary, Question, Explanation and Poetic Devices
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The Brook By Lord Alfred Tinnyson- Summary, Question, Explanation and Poetic Devices

The Brook By Lord Alfred Tennyson Central Idea: The brook is a tiny stream born in a certain mountain. In the course of its journey, it grows bigger and stronger. As it flows through the pebbles, it makes so many types of sounds. Their movements are varied as well. It slips and slides; its curves…

NCERT Solutions – Question Answers and Summary of Landscape of the Soul by Nathalie Trouvero | Class 11 English Hornbill | Chapter 4 | CBSC / JKBOSE

Landscape of the Soul by Nathalie Trouvero Eighth – century painter Wu Daozi was asked by the Tang Emperor Xuanzong to paint a landscape to decorate a palace wall. The master hid behind a screen of his work. Only the Emperor could see it. The Emperor admired the wonderful scene. He found forests, high mountains,…

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Latest English Idioms in Use

Latest English Idioms in Use In recent times there has been a noticeable change in the frame of mind of the linguists towards this aspect of English. The theoretical linguist has approached the nature of the idiom through lexical collocation and syntactic structure and has aimed at a formal framework of description. The applied linguist…

How to Write a Paragraph
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How to Write a Paragraph

How to Write a Paragraph: A step-by-step guide A well-developed academic paragraph can be hard to write. The following is a recipe for drafting, extending, improving and describing your ideas so that you can write clearly, well-developed paragraphs and discussion posts. Step 1: Decision on your paragraph topic You should know what you are writing…