Geoffrey Chaucer : Starting of English literature . Father of English poetry.

Important points for English literature Exam on Geoffrey Chaucer. Geoffrey Chaucer (c. 1340-1400) Father of English poetry First poet of national importanceGenius recognized in all ages including his own His career is divided into three phases:French period , Middle period, Italian period, or French period, Italian period, English period Patron—John of Gaunt Wrote in EastContinue reading “Geoffrey Chaucer : Starting of English literature . Father of English poetry.”

John Milton (1608-1674) : A Religious and Immortal Poet.

English Literature UGC NET PGT TGT English literature Free Notes and PDFs of Litchart on John Milton. Important points on John Milton for Quick Revision and For making your own notes. John Milton A lonely figure not belonging to any movement. Polyglot, scholar. Had broadly Protestant views (i.e., he did not fully conform to ProtestantContinue reading “John Milton (1608-1674) : A Religious and Immortal Poet.”

Unknown Facts about William Shakespeare. World’s Greatest Dramatist, sonnetier .

William Shakespeare’s life and his works. Important points on william Shakespeare and his works . UGC NET ,PGT ,TGT Notes. Shakespeare: Life William Shakespeare was born the son of John and Mary Arden Shakespeare in a small town, Stratford-upon Avon, 100 miles northwest of London. His father John belonged to a farming family near Stratford.Continue reading “Unknown Facts about William Shakespeare. World’s Greatest Dramatist, sonnetier .”

The Invitation by Oriah Mountain Dreamer . I want to know you

It doesn’t interest mewhat you do for a living.I want to knowwhat you ache forand if you dare to dreamof meeting your heart’s longing.It doesn’t interest mehow old you are.I want to knowif you will risklooking like a foolfor lovefor your dreamfor the adventure of being alive.It doesn’t interest mewhat planets aresquaring your moon…I wantContinue reading “The Invitation by Oriah Mountain Dreamer . I want to know you”

Poem on women: Get inspired and bring Change.

ELEGY III. CHANGE. by John Donne ALTHOUGH thy hand and faith, and good works too,Have sealed thy love which nothing should undo,Yea, though thou fall back, that apostasyConfirm thy love, yet much, much I fear thee.Women are like the arts, forced unto none,Open to all searchers, unprized, if unknown.If I have caught a bird, andContinue reading “Poem on women: Get inspired and bring Change.”

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