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Themes of novel Untouchable by Mulk Raj Anand

Themes & Issues in Untouchable by M.R. Anand Que. Discuss the issues and themes of the novel Untouchable by MR Anand. Or Q. What is the theme of M.R. Anand's novel Untouchable? Mukul Raj Anand Profile Born 12 dec 1905, Peshawar Died 28 Sep 2008, Pune Era 20th century Genre Realistic fiction Notable works Untouchable, Coolie, Seven ages of man Awards International peace prize, Padma Bhushan, sahitya akademi award Founded MARG Introduction : Untouchable & its Theme : The novel untouchable published in 1935 is a short novel (novella) by Mulk Raj Anand in the Indian English literature. M R Anand along with RK Narayan and Raja Rao forms the great (major) trio. The novel untouchable is one of the most celebrated novels in Indian English literature. It renders a realistic depiction of the life of an untouchable boy named Bakha who was a sweeper by profession, an untouchable. It's Central the

Aurobindo Ghosh as a Poet (a mystic, lyrical & love poet)

Aurobindo Ghosh as a Poet  ๐Ÿ“„Table of Contents:- 1) Introduction: Sri Aurobindo Ghosh. 2) Various aspects of Aurobindo's poetry.    1. Aurobindo As a mystic poet    2. Element of Symbolism in Aurobindo's poetry    3. Philosophical Element in Aurobindo's poetry    4. Aurobindo As a Poet of Love    5. Aurobindo as a Lyrical Poet. 3) Conclusion. 4) Read More in Indian Literature in English. ๐Ÿ“ƒ Introduction : Aurobindo Ghosh:- It is no exaggeration to say that Aurobindo Ghosh was one of the greatest personalities of modern India. He was an outstanding figure from India in the world of English literature. Not only he was a nationalist, who contributed in the early phase of freedom struggle, but a philosopher, a yogi, a guru also and above all an excellent poet.  Source google A proper and comprehensive evaluation of Sri Aurobindo's work is not possible without taking into account all the aspects of his versatile genius. Being a great spiritual person, his

Aristotle's theory of Catharsis in Poetics (Critical Theory)

Aristotle's Theory of Catharsis  Table of Contents:- 1) What is Catharsis. 2) Origin of the term 'Catharsis'.     2.1 The purpose and meaning of Catharsis. 3) Aristotle's Theory of Catharsis.     3.1 Purgation Theory:           3.1.1 Medical Interpretation,           3.1 2 Psychological Interpretation,           3.1.3 Ethical Interpretation,     3.2 Purification Theory.     3.3 Clarification Theory. 4) Read More in Critical Theory. 5) Frequently Asked Questions. What is Catharsis? Catharsis is a metaphor used by Aristotle in the poetics to describe the effects of a true tragedy on the spectators. According to Aristotle the purpose of tragedy is to arouse Fear and Pity and the catharsis of these emotions. ARISTOTLE Profile source : google Born 384 BC, Greece Died 382 BC, Greece Profession Philosopher, First scientist Founded Lyceum Nationality Greek Education Platonic Academy I

Aristotle's Theory of Tragedy | Critical Theory

Aistotle's Theory of Tragedy Q. Discuss Aristotle's concept of Tragedy. Or Q. What is Aristotle's Theory of Tragedy? Or Q. Discuss six elements of Tragedy as per Aristotle's poetics. Contents :- 1) Introduction : Aristotle & Tragedy 2) Aristotle's theory of Tragedy 3) Aristotle's definition of tragedy Imitation of an Action Complete and Serious Certain Magnitude Artistic & pleasurable language In form of Action, not Narrative Catharsis through pity and fear 4) 6 elements of Tragedy Plot Character Thought Diction Spectacle Music 5) More from Critical Theory 6) Frequently Asked Questions ๐Ÿ›️ Introduction : Aristotle & Tragedy :- Aristotle in his famous treatise ' Poetics ' has given primary attention to the tragedy. According to him the tragedy is one of the five forms of poetry and it is the one which is most dear to him. He compares tragedy with comedy and epic and calls it superior to them. According to him tragedy is, like p