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What is Literature and Virtue in Apology for Poetry by Sidney?

In “An Apology for Poetry,” Sir Philip Sidney attempts to reassert the primary importance

What Were the Answers of Sidney on Charges on Poetry?

Among the English critics, Philip Sidney holds a significant place. His Apology for Poetry is a spiri

For Sidney, How Poetry is Superior Over Philosophy and History?

Sidney has devoted plenty of space in his essay to discussing the comparative merits of poetry on one

What is a Short Story in English Literature?

A short story usually takes the form of short fictional work, generally written in prose. T

Theme of “Paralysis” in Dubliners by James Joyce

Intensive study of Joyce’s Dubliners has shown that this collection, once regarded as a set of

The Concept of “Death” in “Dubliners” by James Joyce

James Joyce has manipulated the concept of death intensively in Dubliners. ‘Death’ i

James Joyce’s Use of Ellipsis in “The Sisters”

The word ellipsis comes from Greek “elleipsis” and means “a falling short

Lacanian Analysis of “The Kite” by Somerset Maugham

“The Kite” is a psychoanalytical story that explores the mother-son relationship and its