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Feminism - Mary Wollstonecraft

Feminism in Literature & Feminist literary criticism

Feminism is undoubtedly the support of women by women who face domination of opposite gender and fighting against the exploitation and suppression of women in the society. Women were not considered equals with men even though England had Queens


myth and archetype in english literature

Myth and Archetype in English Literature

Criticism developed into multiple branches with the increase in the genres as well publications in English literature. Myth and Archetype are forever existent in the world and employing these terms to criticism has


human spirit

Human Spirit or The Dumb Cult – An Essay

I Long gone from my earthen soul a spirit which meant to heal others in pain; the spirit of social beings – the human spirit, that disappeared and drowned in the wicked thoughts of a species craving for more, always more.


psychoanalytical criticism in English literature

Psychoanalytical criticism in English Literature

Literature is an infinite subject with themes, genres and expressions coming from expected and unexpected corners of the mind. Despite the presence of various categories like poetry, prose, drama, etc. it is quite difficult to define


Diaspora Literature | a world beyond home

The term migration is not new to human civilization as spread of our species to all the continents was made possible because of travelling to different lands. The literature that has arisen due to these travels, under special circumstances, is placed as Diaspora literature.


15 Best Mind-Expanding Philosophical Novels

The best of books are known to linger long after you’ve finished reading them. While reading in general is extremely beneficial to your cognitive thinking, there are kinds of books that take you deep into world truths


Postcolonial Literature – After decolonization

Colonization expanded across the world to an extent that the effects of it can be seen in all the continents except for Antarctica. In most of the continents the colonizers ruled the colonies for hundred years and more. This had a significant change in the traditions, culture and religious