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Title      : PDE-44 Prose
Subject      : English
copyright © 2018   : Karnataka State Open University
Author      : KSOU
Publisher      : Karnataka State Open University
Chapters/Pages      : 15/134
Total Price      : Rs.      : 96
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National Prajudices by Oliver Goldsmith Total views (183)  
Samuel Johnson's tribute to Oliver Gold Smith (1728-1774) that 'there was nothing he touched that he did not adorn' is true at least in the two fold sense that in the fields of the essay the novel and the drama Goldsmith achieved distinction and that he did not adorn' is true at least in the two fold sense that in the fields of the essay the novel and the drama Goldsmith achieved distinction and t ......
Pages: 7
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On Familiar Style by William Hazlitt Total views (181)  
Hazlitt occupies a distinctive place in the history of English prose. His essays are loaded with thought and are not quaint or whimsical. His essays are "Serious meditation of a speculative intellect. He also reveals himself in his essays, which are autobiographical in nature. In his essays, we also know something about his father, his love of painting, his appreciation of nature, his love for old ......
Pages: 6
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Hillaire Belloc: A Conversation with a Reader Total views (186)  
The literary form of the Essay in English has a history stretching back to well over the last 350 years. Francis Bacon and Sir Thomas Browne - the Prose writers of the seventeenth century - were the great trendsetters in this field of prose art. The traditions of the "expository" essay as well as the "personal" essay have been kept alive throughout by a host of prose writers.
Pages: 8
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A.G.Gardiner: The Jam Sahib of Nawanagar Total views (186)  
A.G. Gardiner published his writing under the name" Alpha of the Plough". He was one of the greatest essayists in Modern English. His essays deal with things which we come across in our ordinary lives. They are very charming. They please us both by their subject-matter and by their style. The "Jam Sahib of Nawanagar" is a good example of the essays of Gardiner. Gardinerpays a glowing tribute to a ......
Pages: 9
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Tragedy and the Whole Truth by Huxley Total views (195)  
I begin this unit by a detailed analysis of Tragedy And The Whole Truth. The self check exercises help you to understand the significance of the essay.
Pages: 7
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Modern Fiction by Virginia Woolf Total views (181)  
I begin this unit by a detailed analysis of Modern Fiction. The self check exercises help you to understand the intrinsic merits of the essay.
Pages: 7
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E.M.Forster's "The Plot" from Aspects of the Novel Total views (180)  
As a novelist and worker in English in a household name especially, after his Passage to India was filmed by David Lean. He was born into a Middle class evangelical family and later became a religious sceptic. It is essential to know that the best Forster as an author really concerned with the cultural and political legacy of the twentieth century. He was educated at the Tonbridge public school an ......
Pages: 8
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Poetry and Drama Total views (182)  
This unit introduces you to T S Eliot as 1) a proponent of poetic drama, 2) to conception of poetic drama, 3) poetic drama as a medium, 4) the reasons for restoration of poetic drama as a practitioner, 5) the difficulties that he faced and how he overcame them: 6) the revaluation of his own poetic plays, 7) difference between prose and poetic drama and 8) an analysis of his essay, Poetry & Drama O ......
Pages: 24
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Politics and the English Language by George Orwell Total views (182)  
Perhaps it is easy for you to recognize how Orwell uses language and how he has evolved a sty le that is free from orthodoxes and discorded shells emptied of their pearls. Orwell's language and style of writing in Animal Farm must have shown you how politicians use language. (Remember how Napoleon's actions are described). Anyway if that novel sensitizes you to the language of politics in a marxis ......
Pages: 12
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Chinna Achebe: Novelist as Teacher Total views (177)  
Chinna Achebe is perhaps the most influential novelist to have come out of Africa since the late 1950's. The novelty of his work lies in his use of African themes, in the creation of an African past dignified yet unromantic, in his fresh igbo-derived English style. Achebe writes of having lived, as an Igbo child born in 1930 in Eastern Nigeria, at the crossroads of culture. His frame rests on soli ......
Pages: 6
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Rudyard Kipling: TODS Amendment Total views (177)  
This is a short story written by a famous British writer Rudyard Kipling. You may have heard or read his novels like Kim and his famous poems in Ballad form. You must also remember that Rudyard Kiphing was born in India and Indian Culture, Indian language and its customs surface in his works of art.
Pages: 5
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Catherine Mansfield's "The Fly" Total views (179)  
Katherine Mansfield (1888-1923) was born at Wellington on 16'h October, 1888. Her early years were spent observing the fresh and virginal beauty of nature. When she went to London for higher studies, she changed her name from Katherine Beauchamp to Katherine Mansfield, under which name she wrote. In 1913, she married her editor friend, the British critic, Middleton Murray. As New Zealand gave her ......
Pages: 7
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The Barber's Trade Union Total views (180)  
Mulk Raj Anand, one of the most eminent lndo Anglian Writers and art Critics, was born in Peshawar. He was educated in Lahore, London and Cambridge and has spent much of his life in England and the continent, but his main concern as a writer has been the changing Indian scene. Among his most famous novels are Coolie, Untouchable, and Sword and the Sickle.
Pages: 11
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Ernest Hemmingway: Fifty Grand Total views (196)  
A great American historian of fiction Hemingway meant "the real meaning and the true success of a novel in America". Hemingway (1899-1961) brought to USA the Nobel prize for literature but also a certain pre-eminence to American fiction. His famous work Old man and the Sea has made him a household word in all the six continents where English is spoken.
Pages: 7
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D.H.Lawrence: Tickets, Please Total views (200)  
Novelist poet, writer of short fiction and travel literature, D. H. Lawrence (1885-1930) is a major literary figure of the present age. Lawrence is generally accepted as the most significant and the most controversial novelist of the century, whose novels, among other, Sons ,and Lovers (1913), The Rainbow (1915), Lady Chatterley's Lover (1928), display a deep psychological insight into the relatio ......
Pages: 10
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