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of All’s Well That Ends Well, As You Like It, The Comedy of Errors, Love’s Labour’s Lost, Measure for Measure, Merchant of Venice, The Merry Wives of Windsor, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Much Ado about Nothing, The Taming of the Shrew, The Tempest, Twelfth Night, Two Gentlemen of Verona, The Winter’s Tale
Topics of Shakespeare’s Comedy
Critical Introduction and Framework
Charecteristics of Shakespeare’s Humour
Chronology of Important Dates Selected Bibliography
It has been tried to make the matter both academic and entertaining keeping in mind various age groups of its users. This book is expected to be useful for Competitive Exams., Graduate, Post-Graduate, and Research Scholars studying Shakespeare. It is also hoped that the book will find its place on the bookshelves of any aficionado or common reader of Shakespeare.
Dilip Bhatt is a PhD and PhD-MPhil Guide in the subject of English Language and Literature. He's supervised 15 M. Phil. and 8 Ph. D. Students so far. He's been teaching English since 1990. He's been in the Board of Studies and the Textbook Preparation Committees at Undergraduate and Higher Secondary Level for the last 15 years. He's written Books on NET/GSET Examination, Shakespearean Studies and World Literature. He's done UGC Minor Research Project on "Teaching Shakespeare in a CALL Classroom: Its Usage, Advantages, and Challenges". He's given more than 25 Talks on various Topics which have been broadcasted from International Shortwave Radio Stations and All India Radio. He's teaching English at VD Kanakia Arts and MR Sanghavi Commerce College, Savarkundla at present.
Yogesh Thaker is an Associate Professor and Head of the Department of English in K.K.Parekh Commerce College at Amreli (Gujarat). He is teaching English Language and Literature at U.G. level since 1993. Presently, he is doing his Ph.D. on the novels of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. His study of interest is English Language and World Literature.
He is also practising Pranic Healing, a branch of inner science founded by Grand Master Choa Kok Sui.
THE FUNDAMENTAL PRINCIPLES IN UNDERSTANDING COLONIALISM AND POSTCOLONIALISM
Colonialism : Concept and Nature
Imperialism : Its Meaning and Impact
Postcolonial Ambiguity and Decolonisation
Impacts of Decolonisation : 1930—1770The Different Facets of Anti Colonial Struggle
Nature and Impact on Colony
Colonialism and Colonial Discourse : A Dialectic Relation
Postcolonialism : A Dialogic Represent Action of Ideology
Sense, Hegemony and Ideology: A Discourse on Contradiction and Cohesion
The Concept of Discourse to understand Postcolonialism
Orientalism : A Colonial Discourse—The Distinct features of Orientalism
Impact of Colonialism in spreading Knowledge
Postcolonial Literature: Genesis and Growth
Postcolonial Study: The Impact on Colony
THE MAKING OF RACE : THE IMPACT ON COLONIALISM AND POSTCOLONIALISM
Race—The Making of Race : The Origin and Significance
Race and Class : Emergence and Its Impact on Colony and Colonizer
Colonialism: A Helping Hand to Promote Race and Class
Gender and Sexuality : A Study in Colonial Context with Discourse
The Placement of Feminism in Colonial Context
Effects of Colonialism on Feminism in Third World Nations
THE THREATS TO POSTCOLONIALISM
Hybridity: Genesis and Nature
Literature: Characteristics of Literature in National perspective
The Emergence of Literature : The Elements of Pan-nationalism
Feminism – Emerging as a literary and social force to determine nation
CHINUA ACHEBE : COLONIALIST CRITICISM
A Brief Introduction to Chinua Achebe
A critique on Colonialist Criticism
P.G. Rama Rao retired from the P.G. Dept. of English, Utkal University, Bhubaneswar, in 1995, after a long and distinguished innings as a teacher of English and American Literature.
His Ph.D. thesis on Hemingway’s narrative technique and his article on “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” were highly acclaimed in Sixteen Modern American Authors (Duke Univ. Press, 1974). A Fulbright Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor in the University of Massachusetts, he studied the Hemingway manuscripts in John F. Kennedy Presidential Library in 1981-82 and 1993, taught the Hemingway course in the University of Massachusetts, and delivered lectures in several American universities. In 1986, on a British Council grant, he visited Oxford and Edinburgh universities, where he delivered a series of lectures. He participated in the MLA Convention and the Hemingway Conference in New York in December 1981, and in the Second and Third International Hemingway Conferences in Italy (1986) and Austria (1988) respectively.
Dr. Rao supervised the doctoral research of many scholars and published a large number of research papers and articles, some of which were included in learned anthologies. Among his publications are the Poetic Rapture (1963), Ernest Hemingway: A Study in Narrative Technique (1980), Narrative Technique in British and American Fiction (1986), Scapes (Poems-1992), A Novel- The Wave and the Hill (1993), The Critic’s Eye (1993). Shri Brahma Vaivartha Purana (2008), My Days in Tulasi Kshetra (2009) and On the Other Side of the Globe (2013).
Herman Melville’s Moby Dick is widely acknowledged as a great classic in English letters. According to Somerset Maugham, the famous British writer, it is one of the ten great novels of the world. I taught this novel to successive generations of post-graduate students and enjoyed the experience every time. Later, I had the opportunity of writing correspondence lessons on this novel for the Distance Education Department of Burdwan University a few years ago.
I am thankful to the Director of the Distance Education Programme, Burdwan University for granting me permission to revise the lessons and publish them in the form of a book for the benefit of a larger and wider readership. This book is designed to cater to the needs of the students, teachers, and research scholars engaged in a study of American literature in general and Herman Melville in particular. Besides, this book will serve as a useful handbook for the teachers and students of this great novel.
Literary Background or English Essay in the Age of Stevenson
Life and Career of R. L. Stevenson
Works of R. L. Stevenson
Stevenson as an Essayist: Chief Characteristics
Stevenson’s Essays: The Autobiographical Note
Stevenson: His Prose-Style Or Stevenson as a Craftsman Or
Stevenson as an Artist in the use of Words
Essays with TEXT, Introduction, Appreciation, Summary, Annotations and Explanations
An Apology for Idlers
A Plea for Gas Lamps
The Ideal House
Crabbed Age and Youth
A Night Among The Pines (Travels with a Donkey)
A College Magazine
Books Which Have Influenced Me