Reflection Upon the Complexities of Society and Judiciary in Charles Dickens’ ‘Bleak House’

‘Bleak House’ is often regarded as the first of the late novels of Charles Dickens. It depicts England as a bleak house, torn apart by an irresponsible and self-serving judicial system, symbolized by the Lord Chancellor, who sits in foggy grandeur in the Court of Chancery. Dickens employs two narrators: a third-person narrator who reports…

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Kolatkar as a Poet of the City

Arun Kolatkar is an influential and well-known Indian poet. He is an accomplished poet who writes in both Marathi and English. For ‘Jejuri,’ he won the Commonwealth Poetry Prize in 1977. He gained notoriety and prominence as a result of this publication. Kolatkar’s poems are outstanding in terms of subjects and stylistic structure. His sensibility…

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Why Should You Read Literature?

Literature must be considered the bedrock of life. It focuses on a variety of issues and has a one-of-a-kind collection of stories. The readers’ imaginations bring the words used to describe the entire story to life. The ability to understand many types of stories and characteristics that the writer is attempting to portray through the characters…

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Paradise Lost as a Summational Epic

‘Paradise Lost’ is a poetic retelling of Genesis. It narrates the account of Satan’s and his accomplices’ fall, man’s creation, and, most importantly, man’s act of disobedience and its repercussions: we lost paradise. It is a poetic piece that goes beyond the typical boundaries of literary storytelling, because it included the original story, the investigation of…

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