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  • A Hot Noon in Malabar

    A Hot Noon In Malabar By Kamala Das (Evaluated By Ashique Siyad) Kamala Suraiya or better known as Kamala Das is a well known female Indian writer writing in English as well as Malayalam, her mother tongue. She is considered one of the outstanding Indian poets writing...

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  • Feminism in the Poems of Kamala Das

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  • Kamala Das

    (International Research Journal)—ISSN-0974-2832 Vol. II, Issue-6 (Feb.09-April.09) AGONY AND FRUSTRATION IN THE POETRY OF KAMALA DAS * Dr. Bhosale B. S. The poetry of Kamala Das has the unique place in Indian poetry in English particularly written by women poets. She has developed the feminine poetic...

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  • Kamala Das

    response to the question. In the course of your answer, you may like to make references to other texts or critics as this will add some depth to your analysis. Make sure that your answer: a) is logical and coherent; b) has clear connections befween sentences and paragraphs; c) is written d) ...

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  • Summary of An Introduction by Kamala Das.

    “An Introduction” is perhaps the most famous of the poems written by Kamala Das in a self-reflective and confessional tone from her maiden publication Summer in Calcutta(1965). The poem is a strong remark on Patriarchal Society prevalent today and brings to light the miseries, bondage, pain suffered...

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  • An Essay on Kamala Das

    An Essay on Kamala Das Introduction: Kamala Das born on 31st March 1934 is one of the best-known contemporary Indian women writers. She writes in two languages, English and Malayalam. She has also written under the pseudonyms Madhavikutty and Kamala Suraiyya.). Das was born into an aristocratic...

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  • The Freaks by Kamala Das

    for the sexual act in the poem that is unnatural, simply for the reason that it is not natural(not arising out of love). The second meaning can be attributed to the object of the act, the poetess herself, an eccentric. The third implication is responsible for the poem itself as a whole,a sudden...

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  • An Introduction (Kamala Das)

    AN INTRODUCTION Kamala Das I don’t know politics but I know the names Of those in power, and can repeat them life Days of week, or names of months, beginning with Nehru. I am Indian, very brown, born in Malabar, speak three languages, write in Two, dream in one. Don’t write in English they said...

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  • kamala das an introduction

     Kamala Das (Has also written under the pseudonyms Madhavikutty and Kamala Suraiyya) Indian poet, short story writer, novelist, playwright, essayist, nonfiction writer, children's writer, and autobiographer. The following entry presents an overview of Das's career through 2000. Das is one of...

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  • Confessional Mode in Poetry of Kamala Das

    CONFESSIONAL MODE IN POETRY OF KAMALA DAS Confessional mode of writing has its virtual origin in the mid50s in America. It is hybrid mode of poetry which means objective, analytical or even clinical observation of incidents from one’s own life. Confessional poems are intensely personal and highly subjective...

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  • the expression of self consciousness in 'the introduction' by kamala das

    Introduction Kamala Das (1934-2009) was one of the most distinctive and original of Indian poets writing in English .Das‘ poetry reveals her concern for woman and search for genuine love. She looks into a woman‘s consciousness and places two aspects before her readers: ―First, the relationship of...

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  • A complete analysis of Emily Dickinson's poem, "The soul selects her own Society"

    "The Soul selects her own Society" is one of the greatest poems written by Emily Dickinson. It personifies her literary career to the "t" with the upmost descriptiveness. This poem describes a difficult selection of the soul between two societies; popular majority and self majority. It displays a light...

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  • Poem Analysis

    their poems to express their differing tones. Randall and Whitman use imagery to transfer emotions that they feel to the reader. Randall uses descriptive words such as “beaming sword” (19), “beauteous limbs with steel” (15), and “shields bright and strong” (33) to convey a defiant tone in his poem. Each...

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  • Analysis Of A Poem

    Anglophone Literature I – 2014 Teacher’s name: Tanoni, Cynthia Students’ names: Arias, Antonella - Brito, Priscila Analysis of a Poem: “Sonnet XXXIV” by Edmund Spenser “Sonnet XXXIV” is a lyrical poem written by Edmund Spenser in the 16th century, during the Renaissance age. It was published as part of the Amoretti...

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  • Analysis Of Poem

    Critical Literary Analysis of “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night” by Dylan Thomas Dealing with hardships such as having a family member on their death bed can be extremely difficult, and in “Do Not Go Gentle into That Good Night” by Dylan Thomas you get to experience the author’s hardship with his...

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  • poem analysis

    Margaret Atwood : (1983) “Happy Endings” is six different story lines and alternate endings, with only four characters. All of the stories have different plots and motifs, they all have the same ending and that is with death, throughout the stories she is never shy to use death. Atwood uses satire...

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  • poem analysis

    Literature Poem Analysis Writing Guidelines Subject: Poem Form: Analysis Purpose: To explore meaning Audience: Instructor Sample Poem Read the poem below and think about its content, theme, organization, and use of poetic techniques. Then read student writer Stefano Giagregorio’s analysis. I...

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  • Poem Analysis

    [Americans] understanding” and The Secretary is lost in her work and compares herself to objects such as her “hips are a desk.” The employees from these poems have become hidden behind their duties and are slowly sinking into the unknown. “Jorge the Church Janitor Finally Quits” begins with Jorge’s point...

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  • Poem Analysis

    on writing about the fleetingness of love and the decay of youth (Abcarian 1534). In his poem "When I Was One-and-Twenty" he expresses his thoughts about the fleetingness of love. In the opening lines of the poem Housman speaks of a young man who recalls a time when he was the age of twenty-one and how...

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  • Analysis of a Poem

    Analysis of a Poem When You are Old, by William Butler Yeats, represents and elderly woman reminiscing of her younger days. A past lover whispers to her as she looks through a photo album. Basically, Yeats is showing that as the woman gets older, she is alone, but she does not have to be lonely...

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