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God, Soul’s Eternity and Expulsion of Lassitude in the Poetry of Robert Browning ?>

God, Soul’s Eternity and Expulsion of Lassitude in the Poetry of Robert Browning

  Prasanta Pathak –  Abstract: Robert Browning is one of the greatest poets of the Victorian era who excels in his optimistic philosophy regarding the immortality of human soul. No English poet has coined so much credits that Browning has achieved in his  venture to establish God as a supreme saviour to redeem the unattained affliction of human soul and thus treating the human soul for its complete perfection. A belief in God, heaven, and the immortality of soul are…

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Troubadourian Impact on Shakespeare: A Study of ‘The Two Gentleman of Verona’ ?>

Troubadourian Impact on Shakespeare: A Study of ‘The Two Gentleman of Verona’

Prof. N. C. Bhoi –  Abstract: No writer could be studied in isolation from his preceding tradition and the study of Shakespeare is not an exception to it. E.M.W.Tilliyard is justified in studying Shakespeare in the context of Renaissance. Charlton has rightly argued that the Elizabethan age was basically ‘A Romantic age’ and ‘Shakespeare and his fellows were Romantic in the strict sense that they clamoured for fuller draught of that spirit of romanticism which the Middle Ages had first…

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Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad as an Innovative Critic in Arabic Literature ?>

Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad as an Innovative Critic in Arabic Literature

  Dr.M. Nurul Amin Sheikh –                                                                           Abstract: This paper contains the Egyptian innovative critic Abbas Mahmud al-Aqqad who came to prominence in the first half of the twentieth century. Through the influence of al-Aqqad’s criticism of the generation that later were led to…

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