• Night of Scorpion
    NIGHT OF SCORPION - THE CRITICAL APPRECIATION --------------------------------------- Night of the scorpion written by Nissim Ezkiel is an interesting poem and the poet brings about a very appealing contrast between good and evil in it; altogether giving the poem an essence of equality. The...
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  • Chemistry in Kitchen
    Poetry 70 30 M.A. (Final) Paper Nomenclature External Internal DEMEN-201 American Literature 70 30 DEMEN-202 Critical Theory 70 30 DEMEN-203 Indian Writing in English 70 30 DEMEN-204 DEMEN-205 Literature and Gender Linguistics and Stylistics ...
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    Nissim Ezekiel’s poem ‘Background, Casually’ is one of his most known poems. If ‘Night of the Scorpion’ is a popular anthology piece, this poem is more keenly read by the more academic readers of his poetry. The poem’s significance to Ezekiel’s oeuvre lies partly in it being an autobiographical poem...
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  • Night of the Scorpion 1
    NIGHT OF THE SCORPIONNight of the Scorpion', in which Ezekiel recalls the behaviour of 'the peasants', his father, his mother and a holy man when his mother was poisoned by a scorpion's sting. Here the aim is to find poetry in ordinary reality as observed, known, felt, experienced rather than as...
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    our mentality should, when it goes beyond itself, pass into its immediate source. The old, searching Mind “…There is no need of a seeking and self-critical ratiocination, no logical motion step by step towards a conclusion, no mechanism of expressed or implied deductions and inferences, no building or...
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  • Indian English Literarture
    is the only Indian writer who received Nobel Prize for literature. The "Gitanjali" is considers as his masterpiece for which he got the greatest appreciation of the world. Tagore had written more than 2000 lyrics. His poems abounds with music and melody, cadence,and natural rhythms. The major themes of...
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  • The Night of the Scorpion
    The Night of the Scorpion By Nissim Ezekiel We are going to stage a play "The Night of the Scorpion" which is a poem written by Nissim Ezekiel. He was a Jew by birth and born in Mumbai in 1924.He stayed in England...
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  • Survival Skills
    survivor, however wild animals may be attracted to the light and heat of a fire. The light and smoke emitted by a fire can also be used to work at night and can signal rescue units. Water A human being can survive an average of three to five days without the intake of water, assuming sea-level altitude...
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  • Night of the Scorpion
    Original Writing GCSE Coursework “Night of the scorpion” Today was my first day of my dream job. St Paul’s Hospital called me last night and told me that I was needed in the emergency room the following day. I was extremely happy. I quickly ate breakfast that my gorgeous wife made for me. She...
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  • Indian Writing in English- Nissim Ezekiel
    underwent a metamorphosis. As the time passed he acknowledged that 'the darkness has its own secrets which light does not know.' His poem 'The Night Of Scorpion' is considered to be one of the best works in Indian English poetry and is used as a study material in India and British schools. Nissim Ezekiel...
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  • Essay on Background Casually by Nissim Ezekiel
    ornithologists sitting in silence to see birds. Poet, Lover, Birdwatcher is one of the better known poems of Ezekiel and has received considerable critical attention. It epitomizes the poet's search for a poetics which would help him redeem himself in his eyes and in the eyes of the god. Parallelism...
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  • Tourism
    highly anticipated event. It is not only the big fish that amaze divers coming to Sipadan, the macro life is equally mesmerizing. Garden eels, leaf scorpion fish, mantis shrimps, fire gobies, and various pipefish are guaranteed at various dive sites. The diversity and abundance of marine found at Sipadan...
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  • English Literature
    Cultural History: An Introductory Guide and Glossary Prentice-Hall India Learning Pvt. Ltd. New Delhi 2005 Paper III: History of the English Language, Critical Terms, and Classical In Part-A, the students will be required to acquaint themselves with the history of the English language, both synchronic and...
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  • Aveni chapter 1 summary
    Aveni (Ch.1): An appreciation for astronomy is key to understanding what phenomena happen in the sky above us. He explains the differences in what one might see in different latitudes of the globe, at night and during the day. He mentions 3 significant differences between equatorial and higher latitude...
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  • Sandra Cisneros
    the eggs, from las gallinas, the hens; curling my toes up to mami’s belly because I was terrified of the alacranes at night, las casa del campo, the country house was full of scorpions; getting leche, milk, from the man on el caballo, horse, in metal jugs; helping tía Rosita take plumas, feathers from...
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  • Ironic Mode in Ezekiel’s Poetry
    distinguish a mature experience of the writer.  Irony works with great force and acquires a new meaning in post-modern literature. In fact, irony is the critical device by which a writer or a poet excels all his contemporaries. Ironic mode adds to the dignity and magnitude of the writer or poet’s creative writing...
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  • Survival Skills
    survivor, however wild animals may be attracted to the light and heat of a fire. The light and smoke emitted by a fire can also be used to work at night and can signal rescue units. [edit] Water A human being can survive an average of three to five days without the intake of water, assuming sea-level...
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  • Pearl Means Nothing
    his novel the recent birth of a son, and how that exhilaration affects a young man. The novel is also, in some ways, a representation of his long appreciation of Mexican culture. He made the story into a parable, warning his readers of the corrupting influences of wealth. In The Pearl, Kino's neighbors...
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  • Pearl
    the pearl, and when Juana found the pearl in the path. In the beginning of the story, Kino and Juana’s lives changed dramatically the moment the scorpion bites their child. Before Coyotito was bitten, they had a sense of routine going around their life. In Kino’s mind, he uses the Song of the Family...
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    where Coyotito sleeps. A scorpion moves slowly down the rope supporting the box. Kino thinks of the Song of Evil, the music of the enemy, as the Song of the Family cries plaintively. Kino stands still, ready to grasp the scorpion, but Coyotito shakes the rope and the scorpion falls on him. Kino reaches...
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