• Lit in English
    into historical and modern developments of literature and the ways in which these texts can be read and analysed. The syllabus aims to develop the critical skills of candidates to enable them to engage meaningfully with texts from different literary traditions and genres, and this in turn will contribute...
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  • Syllabus
    Revised edition Literature Reader Workbook Revised edition Revised edition Published by CBSE Delhi-110092 Reading Section: Reading for comprehension, critical evaluation, inference and analysis is a skill to be tested formatively as well as summatively. There will be no division of passages for this section...
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  • The Solitary Reaper by Wordsworth
    cuts and binds the grain, and sings a melancholy strain; O listen! for the Vale profound Is overflowing with the sound. No Nightingale did ever chaunt More welcome notes to weary bands Of travellers in some shady haunt, Among Arabian sands: A voice so thrilling...
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  • The Frog and the Nightingale
    there was a frog who croaked away in Bingle Bog. Every night from dusk to dawn, he croaked on and on. Other little animals around loathed his voice but they were left with no choice. The crass cacophony; a very loud and unpleasant noise blared out from the sumac tree. At whose foot the frog sang till the...
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  • Anthropomorphism
    paper analyzes the use of anthropomorphism in Vikram Seth’s poetic collection, The Beastly Tales From Here and There, especially the poem The Frog and the Nightingale. 2. Anthropomorphism in Literature Anthropomorphized animals are frequently used to portray stereotyped characters with which the author...
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  • Tseliot
    Certainly the word is not likely to appear in our appreciations of living or dead writers. Every nation, every race, has not only its own creative, but its own critical turn of mind; and is even more oblivious of the shortcomings and limitations of its critical habits than of those of its creative genius....
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  • Keats’s Odes
    turned twenty, he abandoned his medical training to devote himself wholly to poetry. He published his first book of poems in 1817; they drew savage critical attacks from an influential magazine, and his second book attracted comparatively little notice when it appeared the next year. Keats’s brother Tom...
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  • dutta
    The story of the  The  Frog and the Nightingale goes like this:  A frog under a sumac tree in Bingle Bog has the habit of croaking all night considering himself a superb singer. The inhabitants of the Bog have to put up with this cacophony as nothing succeeds him in weaning him from his fond practice...
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  • Babboo
    Then, one night a nightingale appears at the bog. Her melodious voice captures the admiring attention of the creatures of the Bingle Bog. Ducks and herons swim towards the Sumac tree to hear the nightingale serenade. Some lonely creature even weeps hearing her song. When she stops, there is thunderous...
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  • Pavan
    THE FROG AND THE NIGHTINGALE |The allegorical poem The Frog and the Nightingale by Vikram Seth conveys the thought that if you want to succeed you must have self | |confidence in your abilities even if you are exceptionally talented. It talks about how inspired and influenced by someone...
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  • Keats Odes
    it a year later; he wrote, consecutively, ‘The Eve of St Agnes’, ‘The Eve of St Mark’, the ‘Ode to Psyche’, ‘La Belle Dame sans Merci’, ‘Ode to a Nightingale’, and probably at about the same time the ‘Ode on a Grecian Urn’, ‘Ode on Melancholy’, and ‘Ode on Indolence’; ‘Lamia Part I’, ‘Otho the Great’ (in...
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  • Summary - the Frog and the Nightingale
    Once upon a time, there lived a frog in Bingle Bog, who croaked all night long from the foot of a sumac tree, in his loud and unpleasant voice. All the creatures hated his “singing” but endured it as they had no other option. He was so stubborn and shameless that nothing from stones to insults to prayers...
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  • Summary of the Frog and the Nightingale - Vikram Seth
    Once upon a time a frog croaked in Bingle Bog all the night beginning from dusk to dawn. All the creatures hated his loud and unpleasant voice but still they did not have any other option. The voice came out from the sumac tree where every night the frog sang till morning. He was so determined and also...
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  • A Beautiful Night
    Once upon a time, under a sumac tree in Bingle Bog, a frog sang the night long, every night, in a horrendous voice. The forest animals were distraught and at their wits end. They tried stopping his crass ‘Minstrelling’ with sticks and stones, insults and bricks but to no avail. In sheer dismay they cried...
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  • English
    Individual Talent - CRITICAL SUMMARY A Manifesto of Eliot’s Critical Creed The essay Tradition and Individual Talent was first published in 1919, in the Times Literary Supplement, as a critical article. The essay may be regarded as an unofficial manifesto of Eliot’s critical creed, for it contains...
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  • Philosophy of Practical Nursing
    the fundamental aspect of my philosophy has not changed, my horizon has been broadened to see the beauty behind the nursing profession. Florence Nightingale once said that “Nursing is an art, and if it is to be made an art, it requires an exclusive devotion as hard a preparation, as any painter's or sculptor's...
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  • EXPLORATION OF A CRITICAL APPRECIATION BETWEEN THE REFLECTED CONCEPTS OF 'THE NOW' AND 'THE THEN'-
    JOHN KEATS, A THINKER IN RELATION TO THE CRITICAL APPRECIATION OF HIS VERSE ‘ODE TO A NIGHTINGALE’. THE WAY I HAVE TAKEN THIS ANSWER: Ans. “Here are sweet peas, on tip-toe for a flight With wings of gentle flush o’er delicate white, And taper finger catching at all things To bind them all with...
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  • Jean Watson
    addresses the concept of holism in that a richer state of health can exist when all components of self are involved in care. Watson’s theory revisits Nightingales concept of environment and discusses how the environment can expand a person consciousness and promote wholeness and healing (Fitzpatrick &Whall...
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  • Elliot
    Certainly the word is not likely to appear in our appreciations of living or dead writers. Every nation, every race, has not only its own creative, but its own critical turn of mind; and is even more oblivious of the shortcomings and limitations of its critical habits than of those of its creative genius....
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  • Jgfhfgyh
    A frog croaked all night in a bog in a loud unpleasant voice. One night, a nightingale suddenly began to sing. All the creatures in the bog cheered and clapped at her beautiful song. The next night the frog introduced himself. He offered to train the nightingale, so that she could sing even more beautifully...
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