Józef Teodor Konrad, renowned as Joseph Conrad was born on December 3, 1857. His parents were Polish; as a result, he was raised primarily in Poland and received education there.
“The purpose of literature is to turn blood into ink.” [T. S. Eliot] For those passionate about writing and knowing literature, the words of Eliot would reverberate strongly in the minds and hearts. The world of literature is something
Western civilization was born out of Ancient Greece. This statement and fact are well-known almost for all of us. The central role of culture and progress drove from Greece to the rest of the world played writers and philosophers.
Emily Dickinson mainly focuses on themes like death, faith, after-life, etc. and the reader is not surprised to find such elements in almost every poem of her. I heard a Fly Buzz, Because I could not stop for death and
Turmeric: God wouldn’t have supposed men would go astray so much and so far. This life as we live is not in any means understandable, we are trying to get back into the pupa whence we came from.
The poet laureate of Vermont, Robert Lee Frost, is a Universal figure known for his sense of rural setting and using them to touch the social side of mankind. The Road Not Taken published in
Gustave Doré is a famous French artist known best for his wood engravings that are popular to this day. His works were so high of praise that he was commissioned to work on the history’s most famous epics like John Milton’s Paradise Lost