The Impact of Shelleyan Ideas on the Present Age

The Impact of Shelleyan Ideas on the Present Age

Shelley has been considered as a poet of the younger generation in Romantic Literature. Scholars and critics agree that he is one of the supreme poets of Romantic Movement. French Revolution and its ideals failed to create positivism in the society but its ideas and...
Critical Analysis of God’s Grandeur by G M Hopkins

Critical Analysis of God’s Grandeur by G M Hopkins

Hopkins belonged to Victorian age. He is a poet as well as a priest. He never wrote poems intentionally for publication. It was published by his friend Robert bridges later. The present poem is a sonnet which has been written in Petrarchan style. It has an octet as...
Objectives of English Teaching in India

Objectives of English Teaching in India

English is not our mother tongue yet we study English because of several reasons. It is needless to say about its importance. Raja Rao has said in the Foreword to Kanthapura that- “One has to convey in a language that is not one’s own. The spirit is one’s own. One has...
A Critical Analysis of My Grandmother’s House

A Critical Analysis of My Grandmother’s House

This poem has been written by Kamala Das. She is a renowned poet as well as a short story writer. She writes both in English as well as Malayalam. Her autobiography entitled My Story (English) was published in 1976.  It is interesting to note that she was also...
A Critical Analysis of Sailing to Byzantium

A Critical Analysis of Sailing to Byzantium

“Sailing to Byzantium” is a poem written by 1923 Nobel Laureate W.B.Yeats in the year 1926. Two years hence it was first published in the 1928 collection ‘The Tower.’ One of Yeat’s most inspired works and one of the greatest poems of the twentieth century, it tells...