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Title      : English
Subject      : Education
copyright © 2018   : MRS ELSY MATTHEW
Author      : MRS ELSY MATTHEW
Publisher      : Interlinepublishing
Chapters/Pages      : 11/94
Total Price      : Rs.      : 52
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Dinner for the Boss Total views (16)  
Dinner for the Boss is the work of Bhisham Sahni (1915-2003), well-known Hindi writer, playwright, actor and activist.He was the founder and chairman of ‘SAHMAT’ an organization promoting cross-cultural understanding, founded in memory of the murdered theatre artist and activist Safdar Hashmi. He was awarded the Padma Bhushan for literature in 1998 and fellowship of the Sahitya Akademi in 200 ......
Pages: 7
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Gandhari Total views (5)  
The author Irawati Karve (1905-1970) was born in Burma but studied in Pune. Her book Yugantha won herthe Sahitya Akademi Award in 1967. She authored a total of 102 articles and books in English and 8 books in Marathi. Her father-in-law was a pioneer of widow remarriage and women’s education.
Pages: 8
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Managing the Common Herd Total views (1)  
The author, Julie O’Clallaghan has published poetry in many newspapers and journals. She received the Michael Hartnett Poetry Award in 2001 and Arts Council of Ireland Bussaries in 1985. Her poetry has been broadcast in RTE Radio, BBC Radio and Television.
Pages: 8
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Masks and Disguises Total views (1)  
Shashi Deshpande (born 1938), from Dharwad, Karnataka is the daughter if Sriranga, a distinguished Knnada writer and thinker. She took to writing after a brief stint as a journalist. Her much acclaimed novel, ‘That Long Silence,’ won her the Central Sahitya Akademi award. She was honoured with Padma Shri in 2009. She now lives in Bangalore.
Pages: 4
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Propaganda Under a Dictatorship Total views (1)  
The author –Aldous Leonard Huxley was an English novelist, critic, biologist and essayist, and one of the most prominent members of the famous Huxley family. Huxley was concerned about the power of science and technology, which he thought was necessary to fight dictatorship and fascism.
Pages: 15
Price: Rs 9   
Sonnet 12 Total views (1)  
William Shakespeare (1564-1616) is one of the most gifted writers in the world, known for his all-time great plays. His sonnets are 154 in number and are divided into 2 groups. The first 126 are supposed to be addressed to a gentleman friend of the poet and the other to a dark lady of charming beauty.
Pages: 7
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The Bench Total views (1)  
Richard Moore Rive (1931-1989) was born in Caledon Street in a working class locality to an African-American father and a South African mother. He was a firm believer in anti-racism and wrote several stories about the theme. ‘The Bench’ is on such, translated into many languages.
Pages: 8
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The Goat of Monsieur Seguin Total views (1)  
M. Pierre Gringoire, is a Lyrical Poet at Paris. He is passionate about rhyme, though it has not brought him anything to be proud of –wealth or fame. Rather it has kept him ill-clad and ill-fed. The narrator scolds Gringoire for his pathetic condition and coaxes him to take up a good offer for a job as a reporter on a respectable Paris newspaper. However, Gringoire s adamant on his stand that ......
Pages: 16
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The goat story -repetitions Total views (1)  
The trees were all tall and widely spread out. They were all joyful. The grass grew above the tips of the horns of Blanquette. And such grass! Fine and sweet, made up of a thousand different plants. And the flowers – great blue-bells, purple foxgloves with long stamens, a whole forest of wild flowers, overflowing with intoxicating juices.
Pages: 5
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The Night I Met Einstein Total views (1)  
Jerome Weidman (1013-98), the author of ‘The Night I Met Einstein’ born in new York was a novelist and the librettist for this first novel, I Can Get It For You Wholesale (1937). In 1960 he won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama.
Pages: 9
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The Right to Information (RTI) Act (2005) Total views (1)  
The movement for the right to information received a fresh impetus from a courageous and powerful grassroots struggle of the rural poor for the right to information, to combat rampant corruption in famine relief works. This struggle was led by a people’s organization, the Mazdoor Kisaan Shakti Sangathan and many such organizations. These struggles led to a nationwide demand for a law to guara ......
Pages: 7
Price: Rs 4.2   

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