Summary Of The Postmaster Essays and Term Papers

  • The Postmaster -Summary

        Summary of “The Postmaster”1: Rabindranath Tagore’s short story, “The Postmaster” centers around a young postmaster named Dadababu. Dadababu has been transferred from Calcutta to a small Indian village, Ulapur, for a position as postmaster. He finds himself feeling very lonely and unable to relate...

      2023 Words | 6 Pages   Marriage, Tradition

  • The Postmaster

    introduction to ratan Ratan is a contrast character to postmaster. She is very happy to be in company of him. She does all household work with utmost care for a little food. She waits eagerly for his call at the door. When he talks about his family she takes much interest and a sense of belongingness...

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  • The Postmaster

    the conflict and the theme of separation and relationship between ‘The Postmaster” and ‘The Castaway’. Both have written by Rabindranath Tagore. ‘The Postmaster’ as suggested by the title revolves around the life of a Postmaster and his servant named Ratan in a small isolated village. ‘The Castaway’...

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  • Postmaster

    In the small village of Ulapur, an Englishman who owns an indigo factory near it manages to get a post office established. A postmaster from Calcutta gets separated from his family and transferred to this village. From the noise of the city, he comes to a deserted village with just scattered glimpses...

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  • The Postmaster Half

    The postmaster first took up his duties in the village of Ulapur. Though the village was a small one, there was an indigo factorynearby, and the proprietor, an Englishman, had managed to get a post office established. Our postmaster belonged to Calcutta. He felt like a fish out of water in this remote...

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  • Ratna Ane Postmaster Relantionship

    ICSE Class IX Sample Paper – The Postmaster by Rabindranath Tagore Solved Contextual Question “But Ratan had no such philosophy to console her. All she could do was wander near the post office, weeping copiously. May be a faint hope lingered in her mind that dadababu might return: and this was...

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  • Summary

    Laura Kaitlyn Lebold Mathew Juark 10 January 2013 Summary and Evaluation of Gibbons and Singer Gibbons article was expressing how the society has lost sight of what is real and who is a real role model for American society. Gibbons tends to really focus on how journalists spend more time on all...

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    Activity worksheets PENGUIN READERS Teacher Support Programme LEVEL 2 Barack Obama While reading Chapters 1–2 1 Put the underlined letters in the right place to make a word. a Obama’s letoecni ……………… changed the future of the United States. b Martin Luther King wanted trbete ………………...

      1522 Words | 11 Pages   Barack Obama

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    Summary of the case Music has changed a lot over the past few years: first it was the gramophone at home, then the music from radio and television broadcast and more recently, home portable music devices like the iPod. This case consists of three sections: 1. Recorded music from the traditional record...

      596 Words | 2 Pages   Music industry, Digital rights management, ITunes Store, IPod

  • A Summary

    A summary is condensed version of a larger reading. A summary is not a rewrite of the original piece and does not have to be long nor should it be long. To write a summary, use your own words to express briefly the main idea and relevant details of the piece you have read. Your purpose in writing...

      533 Words | 2 Pages   Thesis statement

  • Summary

    In this summary I will summarize the article written in 1990 by Wesley Cohen and Daniel Levinthal “Absorptive capacity: a new perspective on learning and innovation”.This article deals with the process of managing knowledge in an organization. Discussion focuses on the implications of absorptive capacity...

      457 Words | 2 Pages   Absorptive capacity, Creativity, Problem solving

  • Summary

    Dontrell Taylor February 13, 13 Act 5 Summary Romeo has had a dream in which Juliet finds him dead which has disturbed him. His servant Balthasar arrives in Mantua from Verona with news that Juliet is dead. Romeo immediately orders him to bring a post horse so that he can return to Verona and...

      364 Words | 1 Pages   Friar Laurence, Characters in Romeo and Juliet, Romeo and Juliet

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    Every child is Special (Taare Zameen Par) Summary: Ishaan Nandkishore Awasthi is an eight-year-old boy who dislikes school and fails every test or exam. He finds all subjects difficult, and is belittled by his teachers and classmates. But Ishaan's internal world is rich with wonders that he is...

      513 Words | 2 Pages   Dyslexia

  • Summary

    summary In literature review, how to achieve job satisfaction, Sources of nurses job satisfaction, Some basic sources, Effects of Job satisfaction of Nurses, Related Factors to the Job satisfaction of Nurses. Thier is one independent veriable it is Job Satisfaction. but many dependent veriable like...

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     Essay Outline I. Thesis Statement The movie Princess Diaries shows how the main character Mia becomes a princess. Along the movie, the protagonist Mia is shown to be a feminist who tries to make her decisions for her own life and becomes independent; finally, she becomes a princess who...

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     A TALE OF TWO CITIES It is the year 1775, and England and France are undergoing a period of social upheaval and turmoil. Lucie Manette, a young woman who has been raised as an orphan by Tellson's bank, learns that...

      789 Words | 1 Pages   A Tale of Two Cities, Alexandre Manette

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    Summary: Oedipus the king of thebes I found the tragedy of "Oedipus the King" to be quite interesting. It was not as hard to read as an epic. "The purpose of tragedy is to arouse the emotions of pity and fear and thus to produce in the audience a catharsis of these emotions." A tragedy has more drama...

      1594 Words | 3 Pages   Creon, Laius, Polybus of Corinth, Oedipus the King

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    summary范文模板 Article Children Must be Taught to Tell Right from Wrong William Kilpatrick          Many of today’s young people have a difficult time seeing any moral dimension (道德层面) to their actions. There are a number of reasons why that’s true, but none more prominent than a failed system of education...

      743 Words | 3 Pages   Ethics, Character education

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     While standing in a railway station, waiting their train to school after the summer holidays Peter Susan, Edmund and Lucy...

      689 Words | 2 Pages   Aslan, Edmund Pevensie, Stone Table, White Witch

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    7 Things Extremely Persuasive People Do In this post the author states that everyone at some point of their life finds themselves having to persuade someone, and then he lists seven things that most persuasive people do. He explains that persuasive people argue less to makes others considerate their...

      320 Words | 1 Pages   Persuasion

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