• Deforstation
    Deforestation (or) Afforestation (or) the preserve forest. I n t r o d u c t i o n : Nature is the greatest boon to the human society. It beautifies the land, stimulates the winds and preserves the ecological balance. The role of forests in Indian society is more important one. Kinds of...
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  • Fire
    under control, it is one of the greatest boons known to humanity. However, when it gets out of control or when used for destruction, it is a devastating force which leaves man completely helpless and even dead. Fore also kills diseases and insects that prey on trees and provides valuable...
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  • Imesh
    becoming greedy to nature not giving back. “The World is too much with us” first eight line stanza presents a theme of problems how we as humans are “getting and spending” (line 2) and “have given their hearts away” (line 4). They are not as close to nature as they should be. “A sordid boon”. A...
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  • Essay
    3 METHOD TO PROTECT MOTHERNATURE Nature is God’s greatest boon to mankind.  Nature is the mother of all creations on our earth.  The air that we breath, the water that we drink, the food that we consume, the furniture that we use,are all gifted by Mother Nature.  If not for nature life on earth...
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  • A Thing of Beauty by Keats
    -darkn'd ways Made for our searching: yes, in spite of all, Some shape of beauty moves away the pall From our dark spirits. Such the sun, the moon, Trees old and young, sprouting a shady boon For simple sheep; and such are daffodils With the green world they live in; and clear rills That for...
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  • Scarlet Letter
    In this book all the good stuff goes down in the woods. Nature is almost like a character in the world of The Scarlet Letter. It is often personified as listening, commenting on, and interacting with other characters. The society itself (Puritan Boston society) is like an island surrounded by...
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  • ‘Spring Offensive’ of Wilfred Owen
    birth and regeneration, of gala and union while offensive suggests an attack destruction oozing blood. Thus ‘Spring Offensive’means an unnatural offense of war against nature. The violence of natural beauty and smoothness is the interpretation of the offensive which is quite contrary to the will of...
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  • Importance of Forest Conservation
    of the green cover. Forests are one of the priceless boons of nature, but human consumerism has created such a great pressure on forests that they have almost disappeared in many areas, resulting in soil- erosion, floods, and barrenness of the earth, pollution, climatic changes, droughts and...
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  • Science a Boon or Abne
    coming generations to come (already affecting this gen). My conclusion science definitely wins and but it should be used in rightful manner and efficiently without harming individuals or nature. Hi, According this topic my opinion is, " Science is always boon only". Because in our day to day...
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  • the hero with a thousands faces
    Nature herself supports the mighty task. And so far as the hero's act coincides with that for which his society is ready, he seems to ride on the great rhythm of the historical process.” (Campbell 57). In the movie, Bilbo gets separated from the group in the goblins’ world during his journey. He...
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  • Scientific Advancement Is Boon or Bane
    heaven says , "Oh Intelligent Human ! Don't get fascinated . I am only a creator. But you , are not only a creator , but also a destroyer." Yes, humans have just gone mad and are damaging the nature of earth , in the name of scientific development. They are relentlessly chopping down trees...
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  • Joni Mitchell and William Wordsworth
    with material that continually remains relevant through generations of listeners and readers. Mitchell's "Big Yellow Taxi" and William Wordsworth's "The World is too Much With Us" are perfect examples. Both works represent modern humanity's lost spiritual connection with nature. The symbolism...
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  • Favorite Memory
    wild flowers, streams, trees and bushes is pleasing. A contact is established between us and nature. The sounds of nature, like the murmur of a brook or the song of a bird, acquire a new meaning and significance for us. Our power of observation is sharpened; nothing escapes our eyes. A snake casting...
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  • Changing Face of Indian Villages
    THE CHANGING FACE OF INDIAN VILLAGES                 Serenity, tranquility, quietude and innocence lace the village life in India. With nameless- endless vast green fields, flowing rivers, chirping birds, the swaying emerald trees... whispering the ballads of love and languishment to the clear...
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  • Essat on Forest
      Forests are a common heritage which have to be conserve due to its importance .the major importance of forests are:- 1. Nature maintains a balance between carbondioxide & oxygen. 2.forests trees helps in bringing sufficient rainfall on earth. 3.forests are also helps in conservation of soil. 4...
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  • A Comparison of Nature in Romantic Poetry
    the sonnet, he contrasts nature with the world of materialism. He implies that we are insensitive to the richness of nature, and that we may be forfeiting our souls. "We have given our hearts away, a sordid boon!" Like many other Romantic writers, Wordsworth sees in nature an emblem of God or the...
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  • Poem
    too much with us; late and soon, Getting and spending, we lay waste our powers;— Little we see in Nature that is ours; We have given our hearts away, a sordid boon! This Sea that bares her bosom to the moon; The winds that will be howling at all hours, And are up-gathered now like sleeping...
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  • Science
    there is some Creator — the super power — far too superior which has created this universe and good or bad actions invite rewards or punishments to us in the form of Heaven and Hell. The scientists of today consider themselves as masters of nature. Inspire of all scientific advancements, earthquakes...
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  • Why Is Poetry Important to Our Community?
    people go through hardships and problems (‘Of noble natures, of the gloomy days… Some shape of beauty moves away the pall from our dark spirits’.). The ‘thing of beauty’ is revealed when the poem states ‘Such the sun, the moon, trees old and young, sprouting a shady boon’. Keats tells the reader that...
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  • Tits
    supernatural wonder: fabulous forces are there encountered and a decisive victory is won: the hero comes back from this mysterious adventure with the power to bestow boons on his fellow man.[3] Campbell and other scholars, such as Erich Neumann, describe narratives of Gautama Buddha, Moses, and Christ in...
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