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Ardhendu De (AD)
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English Teacher, Blogger and Education Consultant
English Teacher, Blogger and Education Consultant

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Do you agree with the view that the “hero of Paradise Lost is not Christ, nor Adam, but Milton himself”?
T he problem of hero in Paradise Lost has not been finally solved and no one single opinion has been formed on this subject. Before we give our judgment on this controversial question let us examine the claims that have been put forth for the various charac...
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Lethal Combination of Drunkenness and Pride to Lead Fortunato to His Demise: Edgar Allan Poe's “The Cask On Amontillado”
The terror on “The Cask on Amontillado,” so of deep of Edgar Allan Poe's short stories, resides between the scarcities on evidence so accompanies Montresor’s claims according to Fortunato’s “thousand injuries” yet “insult.” The story purposes retaliation or...
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What Are The Career Opportunities Of An English Graduate?
  “It took me fifteen years to discover I had no talent for writing, but I couldn’t give it up because by then I was too famous.” Robert Benchley Literary Insults Joblessness Striking: Unemployment, implemented inertness of breadwinners who are capable and ...
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Life and Career of Mr. Micawber in Dickens’ ‘David Copperfield’: Great Comic Character Second Only to Shakespeare’s Falstaff
Mr. Micawber, one of the outstanding characters in Dickens’ David Copperfield is a man of kindly, genial nature. Some critics say that he is a pen-portrait of Dickens’ own father. However it may be, there can be no denying the fact that he “is the type of a...
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Rise to an Unprecedented Spirit of Satire in the Augustan Age: From Dryden to Dr. Johnson
“We must beat the iron while it is hot, but we may polish it at leisure.” John Dryden  (1631 - 1700) English poet, playwright, and literary critic. Aeneis Various causes gave rise to an unprecedented spirit of satire in the Augustan age , from John Dryden (...
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