About Emily Dickinson, her writing style, favorite works and Amazing facts about her. Dickinson Series- Apple TV Birth, inspirations, and how her works were saved. Emily Dickinson was born on December 10, 1830, in Amherst, Massachusetts. She attended Mount Holyoke Female Seminary in South Hadley for one year. Dickinson’s poetry […]
There was a man who made his living selling balloons at a fair. He had balloons of many colors, including red, yellow, blue and green. Whenever business was slow, he would release a helium-filled balloon into the air. When the children saw the balloon go up, they all wanted one. […]
After 29 years from now we will sore new heights in technology and medical science. Try not to get befuddled on the off chance that you see robots and distinctive A.I machines at your work place. Possibly we could go to Mars and different planets. 4G and 5G will turn […]
HERITAGE The word heritage is defined as “Anything transmitted from ancestors or past ages”. The Indian heritage is often best appreciated concerning different historical periods. We are the inheritors of […]
The expression “LGBT” represents lesbian, gay, bisexual and trans gender. A lesbian is lady drawn to another ladies. Gay is a man drawn to another man. Bisexual individuals are drawn to more than one gender. A transgender individual is somebody whose sex personality varies from the one they were appointed […]
“The boy in the stripped Pyjamas” by Irish author John Boyne. The book quite metaphorically illustrates the fact that the adults were really not concerned with what is happening under their noses while the kids were just been broken, separated by fences and lines drawn between races.
Ayodhya, which is best known as the birthplace of the Hindu god Ram. Also, however, holds special significance for some South Koreans – many believe they can trace their ancestry to the city. This belief comes from several historical Korean stories, which tell the story of an Indian princess – […]
India marks the 80th death anniversary of the great Bengali polymath Rabindranath Tagore on 22nd day of Bengali month Srabon, known as Baishe Srabon, solemnly marking the day when the poet and playwright passed away. Rabindranath Tagore, the first non-European person to win a noble prize in literature, was known […]
Introduction: The motivational genre is concentrated on motivating the readers to achieve their goals. It focuses on problems and helps to solve the puzzle. It also helps to improve the character and the personality of the readers. Motivation: The term motivation is derived from the Latin word, ‘Movere’ meaning ‘To […]
FAMOUS NOVELS: The novel proper in English literature began in the 18th century. But the rudiments of the novel could be seen even in Chaucer’s conception of the gallery of characters in The Canterbury Tales. Several Elizabethan writers wrote prose fiction which laid the foundations of the English novel. Among […]
Introduction: The Ode may be defined as a ‘rhymed lyric often in the form of an address, generally dignified or exalted in the subject, feeling and style’. It is also defined as any ‘strain of enthusiastic or exalted lyrical verse directed to fixed purpose and dealing progressively with a dignified […]
The 1997 booker’s Prize winner is a masterpiece of storytelling and narrative. And it is a wonderful critique on politics, religion and casteism.
Title: Growing Up with Teens Author: Ruchi Verma Publisher: Authors Tree Publishing Genre: Non-fiction, Parenting Pages: 92 ‘Growing up with Teens’ by Ruchi Verma, is a psychological approach that revolves […]
‘The Tattoo on My Breast’ is the debut novel by acclaimed television director and writer Ravi Rai. The story is a mixture of an epic tale of love, passion, emotion, […]
About the author Raza Mir’s ‘Murder at the Mushaira’ is not his first book and the author is almost an expert in writing novels and various other books like Ghalib: […]