• Shah Abdul Karim
    Shah Abdul Karim, the saint and the Founding Father of Sindhi Literature Until lately, Shah Abdul Karim of Bulri was called “The Morning Star of Sindhi Literature“, meaning, to be the one and only earliest poet whose poetry has reached us in written form and the shape of the...
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  • Indian Literature
    , Malayalam, Oriya, Punjabi, Rajāsthānī, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu, and Sindhi. A brief treatment of Indian literature follows. For full treatment, see South Asian Arts: Literature. The earliest Indian literature took the form of the canonical Hindu sacred writings, known as the Veda, which were written in...
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  • Value of Good Health
    , Meithei, Marathi, Nepali, Oriya, Punjabi, Sanskrit, Sindhi, Tamil, Telugu, Urdu and etc by using various online language translation services or softwares. For better academic results practice writing narrative, descriptive, debate essays, review , history, mega, imagery, analytical, persuasive as well as expository essays....
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  • My Favourite Sport
    / Punjabi ) Time: 11.00 am to 2.00 pm View Courses after 10th after your SSC Exams. My favorite game (sport) My favorite game/sport (Essay 1) The outline: 1. Name of game...
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  • Research Paper
    Legendary Poet The Master Badge represents the total amount of points that you have earned from participating in the poetry.com community I've always had a fascination with words since High School.. In regards to "poetry" my favourite style is the Haiku! I wrote my very first haiku poem whilst in...
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  • John Milton
    PARADISE LOST AS AN EPIC One of the Great Epics: It is an epic of art, the production of one poet who wrote with a purpose and with a full knowledge of generations of literature behind him. His objective is clear, he would “to justify the ways of God” by showing that evil in the world...
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  • Linguistics in Pakistan
    1 LINGUISTICS IN PAKISTAN INTRODUCTION When I published my previous survey of the state of linguistics in Pakistan I began it by saying that ‘Pakistan does not have a university department or institute of higher education and research in linguistics’ (Rahman 1998: 184). Now, after five years...
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  • Poetry Is a Social Act Rather Than an Isolated Object
    writings of the Beat Generation. In preparation for this essay I found some interesting facts at www.charm.net. "Bob Dylan's favourite poet was Allen Ginsberg. Ginsberg became one of Dylan's greatest friends. He worked on many projects with Dylan...The band Rage Against the Machine has many of...
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  • War Poetry
    great simple poems Home Suburbiensis, Drifters and my favourite Life-Cycle. Poem "Homo suburbiensis"-Latin term for humans that live in the suburbs. The poem shows a classical suburban household set on a quarter-acre block with a flower garden and lawn in front and a vegetable garden (lawn) at the...
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  • stylistics analysis of a sindhi woman
    , excrement and crumbs Of glass in the Karachi slums, I, with my stoop, reflect: They stand most straight Who learn to walk beneath a weight. Introduction of poem: “Sindhi Woman” by Jon Stallworthy is the poet’s description of a Sindhi woman and his appreciation...
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  • Lullaby - W.H Auden
    Good morning ladies and gentleman, and thank you for the opportunity to discuss my favourite poems by W.H Auden, although ‘Lullaby’ was written in the 1940’s, Auden is widely considered among the greatest literary figures of the 20th century, this must mean something. It is understandable if at...
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  • Song
    – 'one of the great poets of post-war India', in English as well as in Marathi. Arvind Krishna Mehrotra introduces the Collected Poems in Englishwith a marvellous essay, 'Death of a Poet', prefaced by his 'Editor's Note'. These two pieces form the best possible introduction to Kolatkar's life and work....
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  • Forum Essay
    Poesy from my favourite Minstrels and make them less barren of amusement and more profitable of perusal In my catalogue of poets I forgot Charlotte Smith…” (126). It appears in these lines that Clare changes topics directly in the middle of his thought. This is because there are not any periods or...
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  • Comparison Essay
    essay. But to start with I am going to say whatever else I think is important in the poems. These poems have both been published which means the poets might be quite famous. In the poems the poets seem to have linked there story/ poem together because if you think about it, if you wear too much make-up...
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  • To Autumn and the Darkling Thrush
    imagery and literary devices are hard to execute well, and that he has done this very well, the last two lines f the third stanza and the whole of the last stanza is my favourite part of the poem as I feel that they are the most effective and striking and really shows his own personality, and I think it is important that a poet include a piece of their true selves in their writing....
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  • Modern Poetry
    , personal memories of the artist, and different elements of culture. Modern Poetry ends with the introduction of confessional poetry through the work of artist such Sylvia Plath and Robert Lowell. One of my favorite modern poets/ confessional writers is Sylvia Plath. Plath was an American...
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  • Dryden as a Poet
    panegyric”for his coronation. He wrote verses “ To My Lord Chancellor”. Dryden’s poetry does not exhibit the intellectual complexities of the metaphysical poets nor the emotional excitement we find in the Romantic poets of the early nineteenth century. His subject-matter was often factual, and he aims...
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  • Wilfred Owen
    then describes a dreadful gas attack that follows along with its horrid outcomes. The Poem resumes Eventually, the poet confirms the present propaganda to be “the old lie” - as the glory of war is a myth. Reading this poem, made me realize my own luck and circumstance: I have been fortunate to have...
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  • Ethnic Groups of Pakistan
    Shah and Khwaja Ghulam Farid during the next few decades. In fact, the Sufi saints and poets of Punjab contributed so much and so well not only to the linguistic, literary and cultural heritages of Punjab, they identified themselves, intrinsically, with its land and people. Sindhi Culture: The...
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  • Mr Shamers
    following: — Your overall sense of the personality or outlook of the poet — The poet’s use of language and imagery — Your favourite poem or poems. B PRESCRIBED POETRY (50 marks) Candidates must answer one of the following questions (1 — 4). Page 8 of 10...
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