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Ramesh Parekh
He was very good poem writer
William Wordsworth
William shuttled between Cockermouth and Penrith and so received little formal education.At Penrith, William attended Ann Birkett’s school where Mary Hutchinson, his future wife was also a pupil. He r...
William Makepeace Thackeray
Thackeray was never a ‘crusader’ and never attempted to solve any problems. He kept closely to the world he knew, and did not, like Dickens, create a wide world of fantasy. Like Fielding, he saw that ...
William Shakespeare



° A Midsummer Night’s Dream
° All’s Well That Ends Well
° As You Like It
Maugham was an English novelist, playwright and short–story writer. His works were characterized by a clear, unadorned style, having cosmopolitan settings, and a precise understanding of human nature....
Walt Whitman
Effects Of Civil War On Whitman

Before the outbreak of American Civil War, an outburst of dissatisfaction was felt at every level – social, economic and political. National spi...
On Future Of Poetry

• Technically we are in a state corresponding to the time of Dryden ... The position of the young poet today is not unlike that of the young Swift in the ...
Adeline Virginia Stephen
Virginia's family history played an important role in her psychological development. It has been said that all her literary work is a product of her memories and an acute sense of the past. Her Victor...
Victor Hugo
Days during which little Victor stayed with his father; Victor missed mother and often sat in a corner and cried. His father hired a governess who tried to please Victor and took him for walks. Victor...
Thomas Hardy
Hardy was a regional novelist. He wrote about that part of a country whichhe was well acquainted with. His home country Dorset was in the middle of Southern England. In Hardy’s novels the Wessex backg...
T. S. Eliot
"And indeed there will be time
To wonder, " Do I dare ? " and, do I dare ?"


T. S. Eliot has always been a strong advo...
Stephen Edwin King
Stephen King has been quite aptly given the title, Master of Horror. Furthermore, his works have been translated into 33 different languages and published in over 35 countries. There are over 300 mill...
Sir Arthur Conan Doyle

The World’s Greatest Private Consulting Detective:
Sherlock Holmes of 221B Baker Street, London, England.

The characte...
Satyajit Ray
“To the extent that a director knows what he wants, he can impose his ideas on the designer. The designer is independent only up to the point the director allows him.”


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