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Arpita Aggarwal

Reviewing The Third Level…

Jack Finney through ‘The Third Level’ has highlighted the perspective of the people towards their stressful life. He, through the protagonist, Charley, has shown how Charley wanted to escape from his monotonous routine and find a peaceful place. Charley, a common man, with anxiety, fear and stress wanted to find […]

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Need To Draw Out Of Desolation.

Labor force are the pillars of the economy. Every economy whether developed or under developed makes use of Labor intensive techniques of production. Therefore, it is pertinent to secure rights amended for labors by providing them due respect which they deserve rather than desolation or pain. It is rather shocking […]

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Brush Aside Fear.

The real freedom from the fear is to fear itself. The words are well explained by William Douglas, who in his first narration tells his real life experience of over coming his childhood fear of water. From childhood, William Douglas had deep sighted fear of water and his fear got […]

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Patriotism And Professionalism.

The title can be well explained by the famous fiction ‘The Enemy’ by Pearl Sydenstricker Buck. The protagonist, Sadao perfectly balanced patriotism and professionalism. Being a true Jap, he harbored an enemy, the American POW, Tom despite of thinking of the blot of traitor on his identity as a respectable […]

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If Dreams Were Horses….

If dreams were horses, beggars would ride. The above quotation has been very well depicted in the story Going Places by the author A.R Barton. Sophie, a teenager whose dreams and disappointments are all in her mind. Dreams are forte and integral part of her life due to which she […]

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Gandhiji And Freedom

Freedom from fear is more important than legal justice. Gandhiji in 1917, led the Civil Disobedience Movement spark in Champaran against the British rule, for the cause of poor peasants, who were crushed under the might and power of Britishers. Hence, he wanted to build a self-reliant, united and independent […]

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Let’s Review…

The story ‘On The Face Of It‘ by Susan Hill, reflects the ideology of the society towards deformed or disabled people by the characters Derek and Mr. Lamb. Derek, a lad of fourteen, was a victim of inferiority complex, for he was having half face burnt with acid and was […]

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Reviewing The Summary Of…

‘ Should Wizard Hit Mommy‘, is a story within story by John Updike, reflects evils of society. Society is a mental concept in which individuals reside and support each other, but neglect the have-nots or unprivileged like Roger Skunk, who was neglected and unaccepted due to his obnoxious smell. Jack, […]

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What Is Bone Death…?

As India continues to fight the aftermath of the second wave of the deadly coronavirus, doctors have established a linkage between Covid 19 patients and Avascular Necrosis ( AVN) being referred to as bone death. AVN is a painful condition affecting the hip joint and thigh bones of Covid-19 patients, […]

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Lajpat Nagar Shut For…..

Famous market in Delhi, Lajpat Nagar shut for Covid rules violation. Lajpat Nagar’s central market has been shut until further orders as social distancing and other Covid protocols were not being followed at the market. The market has over 2000 shops and sees a massive footfall everyday. Lajpat Nagar’s traders […]

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Delhi Unlock News…

Delhi enters the sixth phase of Covid lockdown tomorrow with the stadiums and sports complexes reopening, although they still won’t allow spectators. Cinema halls, multiplexes and and swimming pools, however, will remain shut. Chief Minister, Arvind Kejriwal’s government today has issued orders allowing the sport facilities to function normally. Earlier, […]

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Youth And Competition.

Cut throat competition and consumerism are the banes of the fast-paced modern life, born out of advancement in Science and Technology. Everyone is busy and focused to secure a career and bright future for themselves. In this business, everyone seems to have forgotten the basic morality and ethics. It must […]

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Common Man’s Woes During Monsoons.

Monsoons play an important role in our lives and they play a very crucial role in life of farmers. Without monsoons crops will not get sufficient water and hence, the agricultural sector will be badly hit. But for the common man, monsoon can become a serious menace at times. Especially, […]

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Conservation Of Wildlife.

” The love for living creature is the most noble attribute of man”. These words are well said by Charles Darwin, the biologist, who well know the pertinence of all living creatures and the need of harmony between man and other creatures. Our ecosystem depends on the cycle of interdependence […]

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FUN OF ELDER SIBLING.

With liberty, comes responsibility. These words are well said by the person who knew the real meaning and would have gone through the responsibilities of being elder. One ponders, when the word ‘ELDER’ comes to the mind, and associates it with wisdom, liberty and responsibilities. Parents expect their elder child […]

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