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Morphology | Difference between morphology and Syntax

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Morphology Que. Define morphology. How is it different from Syntax? The word morphology is of Greek origin. The term 'morph' means a shape or form and morphology means the study of forms.  The term morphology was originally used in Biology but since the middle of the 19th Century it has also been used to describe the study of all those basic elements that are used in a language. These basic elements are technically known as morphemes. Definition of Morphology: Morphology is the branch of linguistics that deals with the words, their internal structure and how they are formed. Morphology is the study of the smallest grammatical unit of a language. It is the field of linguistics focused on the study of the forms and the formation of words in a language including their inflection, derivation and composition. Broadly speaking, it is the study of how words are formed, where they originate from, what their grammatical forms are, how and why their forms change and on what basis the

Edward Said as a Critic | Orientalism & Edward Said

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Edward Said as a Critic  Table of contents : 1) Introduction : Edward Said 2) Works of Edward Said 3) Before Orientalism 4) Orientalism     4.1 Term Orient     4.2 Orientalism: Definitions         4.2.1 Academic descipline         4.2.2 Style of thought         4.2.3 Corporate institution 5) After Orientalism 6) Critique of Orientalism Introduction : Edward Said:- 🔹 Born in West Jerusalem in 1935. 🔹Spent his early life in Egypt and Lebanon. 🔹Received higher education in america and lived here almost his entire mature life. 🔹 Edward Said was trained as a literary critic in america and wrote his first book named ' joshef Conrad and the fiction of autobiography ' in 1966. 🔹The arab-israel war of 1967 changed the world for Said. He committed to the cause of Palestine and was a strong critic of Zionist expansion and brutality and western misrepresentation of the Arabs and Palestinians. 🔹He had a good knowledge of music and could play piano to the perfection. His meth

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

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Aurobindo Ghosh as a Poet  📄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. 📃 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)

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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

Do you think Mr. Keesing was a Strict Teacher?

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Que. Do you think Mr. Keesing was a strict teacher? Or Que. What kind of a teacher do you think Mr. Keesing was? Or Que. Do you think Mr. Keesing was a good teacher. Elaborate. Introduction : Mr. Keesing : Mr. Keesing was the teacher of Anne Frank. We know this through the diary of Anne Frank, which she maintains during her teenage. She has talked about her teacher Mr. Keesing in length in that diary. In that diary she portrays Mr. Keesing as a strict teacher, who used to punish her for her talkative nature. Now let's have a look at Mr. Keesing's nature in detail and explore was he really a strict teacher: Answer: Mr. Keesing was the teacher of Anne Frank. He was a strict teacher, however, he was not rigidly strict. He was a typical traditional teacher who expected discipline and silence in his class while he teaches.  As Anne talked very much in the class, he punished her by asking her to write an essay on the topic ‘A Chatterbox’. However, when Anne wrote a convincing

Anne Frank Class-10 Questions-Answers | First Flight | Chapter-4

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 From the diary of Anne Frank (Class-10) All Questions and Answers 1.  Do you keep a diary? Given below under ‘A’ are some terms we use to describe a written record of personal experience. Can you match them with their descriptions under ‘B’? (You may look up the terms in a dictionary if you wish.) A B (i) journal A book with a separate space or page for each day, in which you write down your thoughts and feelings or what has happened on that day (ii) diary A full record of a journey, a period of time, or an event, written every day. (iii) log A record of a person’s own life and experiences (usually, a famous person) (iv) memoir (s) A written record of events with times and dates, usually official Answer: A B (i) journal A full record of a journey, a period of time, or an event, written every day. (ii) diary A book with a separate space or page for each day, in which you write down your thoughts and feeling