• Lit in English
    Specifications This syllabus contains two parts. Part I outlines the Critical Appreciation skills component. It should be regarded as an integral part of the syllabus and a crucial guide to analysing the prescribed texts and answering the questions in Papers 1, 2, and 3. No teaching periods for...
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  • Comparison of Two Critical Essays, A.D.Hope
    by hundreds of different people from students to Professors of English. Two such analyses have completely different interpretations and styles to one another but are both founded around the same centre point. John Kinsella having a more informal structure with a more critical tone and Henry Weinfeld...
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  • The Frog and the Nightingale
    the frog sang till the break of dawn. The stones, prayers, sticks, insults, complaints and bricks could not silence the frog’s determination to display his heart’s great pride and joy. One night, in the moonlight cool and pale, a nightingale perched upon the sumac tree. She casted...
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  • Anthropomorphism
    and mopon and morphe meaning shape or force. This 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...
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  • Keats’s Odes
    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 died of tuberculosis in December...
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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...
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  • Babboo
    thunderous applause with the creatures demanding a repeat performance (encore). The jealous frog disturbed by the intrusion of a challenging rival listens to the nightingale dumbstruck.Next night, when the modest bird prepares to sing, the plotting frog interrupts and posing as a music critic, says that...
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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...
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  • Tseliot
    without this comfortable reference to the reassuring science of archæology. 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...
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  • Summary - the Frog and the Nightingale
    prayers could stop him from singing.  One night, a nightingale came to the tree and sang in such a beautiful, melodious voice, that it left the frog and all the other creatures dumbstruck. The whole bog applauded and cheered her on. The frog was immediately threatened by her. So the next night...
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  • Summary of the Frog and the Nightingale - Vikram Seth
    also shameless that neither stones, prayers or sticks nor the insults or complaints could divert him from singing. One night, a nightingale started casting her melody in the moonlight to which both the frog and the other creatures were left dumbstruck. The whole bog remained, rapt and admired...
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  • A Beautiful Night
    cried for divine intervention. To all this, the frog remained impassive and resolute, intent on airing his heart’s glad ‘elation.’ One night, when in the sky hung a pale moon, a nightingale perched on the sumac tree and sang entrancingly into the night. The creatures of the bog were held in thrall...
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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...
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  • Keats Odes
    Hyperion in its first version, abandoning 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...
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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...
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  • Philosophy of Practical Nursing
    years of nursing school, my philosophy of nursing has been reshaped from when I had first started the nursing program. Though 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...
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  • Project on Motivation of Nurses
    FLORENCE NIGHTINGALE An Example of Exceptional Commitment to Nursing Florence Nightingale, generally regarded as the Founder of Modern Nursing, is an outstanding example of devotion to the cause of nursing. At a very early age, she believed she had several calls from God prompting her to commit...
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  • The Solitary Reaper by Wordsworth
    was later on climbing the hill, he carried the song of the lady in his heart. He heard it long before, but still he carried the music in his heart. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS Q1) Write a critical appreciation of the poem ‘Solitary Reaper’. Ans: ‘The Solitary Reaper’ is one of the most beautiful...
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  • Frog and the Nightingale
    Frog in bingle bog Once upon a time a frog croaked in bingle bog every night. His voice was very and unpleasant. He croaked in a loud noise continuously throughout the night. A nightingale comes there and sings One night in the clod moonlight, a nightingale came there. She perched on the...
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  • Nursing in Caring
    ” (Henderson, 1966, p13). Nursing can be traced back to the early nineteenth century, it developed from an extension of the work women usually carried out in the home. Traditionally nurses have been seen as the doctor’s handmaid, dominated by the medical profession. Nightingale changed the image of...
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