Literature

Literature broadly is any collection of written work, but it is also used more narrowly for writings specifically considered to be an art form, especially prose fiction, drama, and poetry. In recent centuries, the definition has expanded to include oral literature, much of which has been transcribed.

FRENCH REVOLUTION (1789-1799)

France was for years ruled by the spots like Louis XIV. The kings ruled the country as they like without caring for the good of the common people. As a result of this indifference of the autocratic monarchs. There was famine and suffering all over the country the popular upsurge […]

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The Farce

Introduction: The Farce is a dramatic work designed solely to produce laughter. Originally a farce was an explanatory or additional matter introduced into the main play sometimes to increase its length. Slowly actors begin to use this as an occasion and thus it became a part of the play. The […]

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THE HISTORICAL NOVEL

Introduction: The Historical Novel is a work of fiction that attempts to convey the spirit manners and the social conditions of the past age with realistic details and nearly perfect fidelity to historical facts. The subject matter may compass both public and private events. The protagonist may be an actual […]

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Rules of Happiness

Be silent in the heat of Anger. As we all do, In anger we never think twice before saying anything and this is the main reason behind the poor relationship. We cause harm to both others and us both. Avoid caring what people think. Before doing anything we always think […]

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Content Writing As A Career

Over time content writing has evolved enormously in the market. Content writing as a career provides a tremendous opportunity. In today’s world, many big firms are hiring content writers exclusively […]

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Freedom of Speech

The right to speak freely of discourse is the option to say whatever you like about whatever you like, at whatever point you like, correct? Wrong. The right to speak freely of discourse is the option to look for, get and grant data and thoughts, everything being equal, using any […]

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Love or friendship

Love is an intense feeling towards someone but as a science student I call it just hormonal action. Friendship is the purest love… – osho Friendship is the sweetest form of love. Try to find love and friendship both in same person. It is an intense affection towards a person […]

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THE SOCIAL NOVEL

The Social Novel may be defined as a fictional narrative that focuses on the varieties of human behavior in society and the way in which the characters reflect or contradict the values of that society. In this genre, the characters are seen in the background of their social milieu and […]

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Reproductive Health

Total well being in all aspects of the reproduction such as physically mentally and emotionally is called Reproductive health. All the reproductive organs should be healthy with normal function. Major problems associated with reproductive health Overpopulation Overpopulation causes a scarcity of every basic need. It affect the well-being of reproductive […]

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Cyber Crimes and Privacy.

Words and expressions that barely existed 10 years prior are presently essential for our regular language, as hoodlums utilize new advancements to submit cyberattacks against governments, organizations and people. These […]

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THE AGRARIAN REVOLUTION

The term Agrarian Revolution implies the great changes that took place in the agricultural methods of England during the second half of the 17th century and the first half of the eighteenth century. Causes of the Revolution: The old open field system was wasteful of land because, according to this […]

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Poverty in India

Poverty one of the major problem in India. India is the second most populous country after China with 1.2 billion people and it is the seventh largest country in the world in terms of area. Around ⅔rd of people in India live in poverty in which 68.9 % of Indian […]

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Comprehending CHESS through ‘Through the Looking Glass’

Chess was the most important indoor game of the nineteenth century in England. It enjoyed centuries-old privileged status. It was considered as a ‘rational recreation’. Chess, unlike any other game, deals more with logic and rationality rather than fun, as we know, Rationalism had taken over the Victorian era abundantly. […]

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