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Impact of Puritanism on English Literature or Who are the Puritans? What effect did Puritanism have on the course of literature in the 16th and 17th century?
In order flush out and purify the Church in England
a religious reform movement took place in the late 16 th and 17 th century. This movement is termed as Puritan
Revolution . Not satisfied with the change that King Henry VIII, Edward II,
and Queen Elizabet...

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List of Indian Words Enter into English Dictionary
Language is a medium with its own set of culture and
entertainment.   English language has been
showing its flexibility which is one of the main reasons why English has been
regarded as an International Language today. Born in Germania it has constantly acq...

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Influence of Native Element in English Language
Anyone curious to trace the history of English
vocabulary must assign its true place to the native element. So large is the
number of foreign words in English that, from a certain point of view, it might
be supposed that English had lost its Teutonic charac...

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11 Must Read Question-Answer Between Krishna and Arjuna That Will Surely Motivate You
In the greatest Hindu epic Mahabharata , we find many love,
hatred and friendship stories. However the relation Lord Krishna and Pandava
Arjuna shared was a special one. This was the relation for true friendship in
which Lord Krishna always guides his Mitra...

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28 Most Interesting Facts About Thomas Hardy That You Must Know
Hardy was born on June 2, 1840, in Upper Bockhampton near Stinsfrod in Dorset,
England, which formed part of the "Wessex" of his novels and poems. He was
the elder among four children. Hardy was
born very small and thought at birth to be dead. His fa...

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40 Outstanding Facts About Francis Bacon
There are few names that shine with greater
brilliance than Francis Bacon’s in the literary and scientific world to this
day nearly four hundred years after his death. His is the life of high
thinking, of genuine enthusiasm, of genuine desire to delight and...

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Common misbeliefs about Sherlock Holmes

Keyword: Sherlock Holmes, sherlockian, Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, literature
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hello everyone ! nothing like indian literature ,simple yet good english .Very relatable. check out books from preeti shenoy
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