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Explore the boundless world of literature and discover the power of words through a diverse range of classic and contemporary novels, poetry, and non-fiction. Dive into the minds of the world’s most renowned authors and immerse yourself in the rich tapestry of human experience.


The Old Playhouse By Kamala Das: Summary

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“The Old Playhouse” is a poem by Kamala Das, a prominent Indian poet and writer known for her feminist and confessional writing. The poem explores the themes of love, marriage, and the loss of identity in a patriarchal society.


Anne Bradstreet’s Poem ‘The Prologue’ Overview

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Anne Bradstreet, one of the most prominent poets of the 17th century, was the first woman to publish a book of poetry in the English language. Her work, including the famous poem “The Prologue,” explores the themes of gender, power, and the role of the poet in society.

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Modern literature refers to the literary works that have been produced in the late 19th century to the present day. It is characterized by a break from traditional forms and conventions and an experimentation with new forms of expression. The historical context of modern literature is rooted in the social, political, and cultural changes that took place during the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

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In this blog post, we will delve into some of the key characteristics of modern literature, including realism, experimentation, individualism, stream-of-consciousness, psychological depth, social commentary, absurdism, fragmentation, post-modernism, globalization, multiculturalism, postcolonialism, gender and sexuality, environmentalism, technology and media, urbanization, consumer culture, post-industrial society, digital age and global politics.

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Harshacharita (The Deeds of Harsha) is a Sanskrit language text written by the 7th-century Indian scholar Banabhatta….