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Character Sketch of Bholi's teacher in 100 words

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Character Sketch of Bholi's Teacher  Q. Sketch the character of Bholi's teacher in 100 words. Or Q. Give the character sketch of Bholi's teacher in 150 words. Answer : Bholi's teacher was a very kind hearted and a good person. When she asked Bholi about her name, Bholi stammered. Bholi's teacher quickly understands that Bholi is differently abled than other children. She encouraged Bholi to speak. Bholi was always neglected by others. But Bholi's teacher supported her. This made Bholi confident. She started Learning and reading books. Gradually, she could speak without any stammering. Indeed, Bholi's teacher had transformed her from Bholi to Shulekha. Please Click Here 👇 Links (Class-10) Bholi Chapter all questions NCERT Solutions The Hack Driver Chapter-8 NCERT Solutions A Question of Trust chapter-10 Lencho all Questions Bholi's Teacher Amanda Anne Frank Matilda Loi

Character Sketch of Ariel (the tempest) - William Shakespeare

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Character Sketch of Ariel in the Tempest  Source: wikimedia commons 📃Introduction : Ariel :- Ariel is an airy spirit in the famous play the tempest written by William Shakespeare . He was imprisoned in a tree on the remote island by a witch sycorax, when he refused to serve her. When Prospero landed on the island he first encountered Ariel and set him free. Since then Ariel serves Prospero. However, he only promised to work in service of Prospero for a year. But we don’t know for how long he has already served his master as Prospero arrived on this island twelve years back. So, it seems that Prospero is unwilling to free him as he helps him in creating magical spells. Further, Ariel has a wide range of magical powers and also he has a command over the lesser spirits. Even, many of the complex executions of this plot are done by Ariel itself. Ariel Character created by William Shakespeare Play name The Tempest Status Serves Prospero Character Goo

Shakespeare: The Tempest Summary & Characters

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 Summary : The Tempest (William Shakespeare) Source: Wikimedia commons Introduction: The Tempest :- The tempest is one of William Shakespeare's comedies. Though it is listed as a comedy in First Folio , it deals with both the themes of comedy and tragedy. It is the story of an exiled King of Milan, Prospero, w ho lives in a remote island somewhere near Italy with his daughter, Miranda . All of the play is set upon the island exept its first scene which is set on the stormy sea water near the island. The play deals with the theme of magic, love, betrayal and forgiveness. Note: First Folio :- It is the collection of William Shakespeare's comedies, histories and tragedies. Commonly referred to as First Folio by modern scholars, it was published in the year 1623 about after seven years of Shakespeare's death. It is widely considered to as one of the most influential books. William Shakespeare Profile Born (Baptised) 26 April 1564, UK Died 23 April

Character Sketch of Maya in Cry, the peacock (Summary)

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Character Sketch of Maya (Cry, the Peacock by Anita Desai) Table of Contents:- 1.  Introduction: Anita Desai 2.  Novel: Cry, the Peacock 3.  Character Sketch of Maya 4.  Read More in Indian Literature in English Introduction : Anita Desai :- Mrs. Anita Desai is a very popular Indian novelist. She ably and skillfully explores different aspects of feminine psychology which also includes man-woman relationship. Known as the " mother of Indian psychological novel genre" , she makes a very minute and scrupulous portrayal of modern indian life. She is placed amongst the renowned indian authors. Her distinct style of writing, authentic  characterization and realistic subject line is what made her writing so attractive. Anita Desai Profile Born 24 June 1937, Mussoorie Died ------- (alive) Notable work Baumgartner's Bombay, In custody, 'Cry, the Peacock' Genre Fiction Awards

BA-1st year Syllabus English Literature (APSU) / Chapters in BA 1st year

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  BA-I Year (Syllabus: English Literature) Source: google PAPER NAME: POETRY (PAPER: I) UNIT- I (a) Metaphysical Poetry. (b) Epic Poetry. (c) Satire Poetry. (d) The Romantic Movement. UNIT- II John Donne: Canonization, Death be not Proud, The Good Morrow, The Relic. UNIT- III John Milton: Paradise Lost- Book - I - First to 250 Lines. UNIT- IV Alexander Pope: The Rape of The Lock. UNIT- V William Wordsworth: Ode on the Intimations of Immortality, Tintern Abbey. Scheme of Examination: Total 40 Marks Section A- Objective Type Questions- 1x5 = 5 Marks Section B- Short Answer Type Questions- 2x5 = 10 Marks Section C- Long Answer Type Questions- 5x5 = 25 Marks PAPER NAME: PROSE PAPER: II UNIT- I Prose and its Forms. UNIT- II Francis Bacon: Of Studies, Of Travel, Of Love, Of Revenge. UNIT- III Joseph Addison: Sir Roger at Church, Sir Roger at Home, The Spectator's Account of Himself, The Adventures of A Shilling. UNIT- IV Charles Lamb: A Bachelor's Complaint of the Behaviour of Marrie

MA English Literature Syllabus 2nd Semester (SEM -2)

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  MA ENGLISH LITERATURE SYLLABUS SEM-II Source: google PAPER- I (POETRY) UNIT-I (Pre Romantic Poetry) (a) Thomas Gray: The Bard, The Progress of Poesy (b) William Blake: On Another Sorrow, From 'Auguries of Innocence', The Poison Tree UNIT-II: (Romantic Poetry) (a) W. Wordsworth: Tintern Abbey, Ode on the Intimations of Immortality. (b) P.B. Shelley: Adonais (c) John Keats: Ode on a Grecian Urn, Ode to Autumn UNIT- III (Victorian Poetry) (a) Alfred Tennyson: Ulysses, The Lotus Eaters (b) Matthew Arnold: Thyrsis, The Scholar Gipsy UNIT- IV (Symbolist Poetry) (a) T.S. Eliot: The Waste Land (b) W. B. Yeats: The Second Coming, Byzantium, Sailing to Byzantium UNIT-V (Modern Poetry) (a) W.H. Auden: Strange Meeting, The Shield of Achilles (b) Dylan Thomas: Fern Hill, A Refusal to Mourn the Death of a Child PAPER- II (DRAMA) UNIT-I Annotations UNIT-II: (Restoration Drama) (a) John Dryden: All For Love (b) Congreve: The Way of the World UNIT- III (Victorian Drama) (a) G. B. Shaw:

BA (English Literature) Syllabus Second Year

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    BA-II YEAR-SYLLABUS  (PAPER-1) Paper Name: DRAMA UNIT- I (a)Drama and its Forms. (b)The Renaissance: Elizabethan and Jacobean Drama Twentieth Century Drama UNIT- II William Shakespeare: King Lear, The Tempest UNIT- III Henrik Ibsen: A Doll's House UNIT- IV John Osborne: Look Back in Anger UNIT- V Samuel Beckett: Waiting for Godot Source : google (PAPER-2) Paper Name: FICTION UNIT- I Henry Fielding: Tom Jones UNIT- II Jane Austen: Pride and Prejudice UNIT- III Charles Dickens: Hard Times UNIT- IV Thomas Hardy: Tess of D'Urbervilles UNIT- V Virginia Woolf: Mrs. Dalloway

Cordelia/कोर्डेलिया का चरित्र स्केच हिन्दी में ( In Hindi) Shakespeare's Tragedy

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Character Sketch of Cordelia (Hindi) Introduction: कॉर्डेलिया:- कॉर्डेलिया शेक्सपियर की Tragedies की ही नहीं बल्कि पूरे अंग्रेजी साहित्य की सबसे प्रसिद्ध और उत्कृष्ट महिला पात्रों में से एक है।  शेक्सपियर की त्रासदी (Tragedy) 'किंग लियर' में यह सबसे प्रमुख पात्रों में से है। वह नाटक के नायक किंग लियर की तीसरी बेटी हैं।  वह प्रेम, ईमानदारी, सादगी, और कर्तव्यनिष्ठा की प्रतिमूर्ति हैं। वह पूरी तरह से अपनी बहनों गोनेरिल और रेगन से अलग है, जो अपने पिता के प्रति बेईमान और प्रेमहीन हैं। वह अपने पिता से वास्तविक प्रेम करती है।  यहां तक ​​​​कि उसे उसके पिता द्वारा घर से निकाल दिया जाता है क्योंकि वह उन्हें चापलूसी भरा जवाब देने में विफल रहती है। लेकिन उसे अपने ईमानदार होने पर पछतावा नहीं है।  यह स्पष्ट है कि किंग लियर ने अपने फैसले में एक बड़ी गलती की है जिसका एहसास उन्हे जल्द ही हो जाता  है।  वास्तव में, यह कॉर्डेलिया का प्रामाणिक प्रेम ही है जो उसे किंग लियर की मदद करने के लिए प्रेरित करता है जब उन्हें उसकी बहनों द्वारा निष्कासित कर दिया जाता है। source : google Contents :- 1) Introdu