Month: January 2020

Dream scene The Boy Comes Home

The Boy comes home” is of great importance , It is a dream scene that changes the finale of the play . It’s change all over the scenario of the play ,without dreams scene we cannot pick up the play as whole. Dream scene changes James totally.
Philip does not pay attention to his uncle’s advice. He reacts against his uncle’s authoritative and dictatorial nature. He tells him that he cannot live with him any longer. He demands from him the money which his late father had left for him. James refuses to give him money until he reaches the age of twenty five. In the dream scene Uncle James threatens him to use the force of the money against him. upon this, Phillips takes out his revolver to suppresses the force of money by the physical Force.

Critical Summary of the play The Boy comes home

In this topic , we will discuss” Critical Summary of the play The Boy comes home “The author very well summaries the play” The Boy comes home ” with starting to till ending.
The Boy comes home is a light comedy in which the hero Philip defeats his strong uncle. The play moves around a conflict between Philip and Uncle James . both are different in their temperament. Philip stands for Young Generation while James stands for authoritative values. Phillips has charming and determination personality. He is also courageous and undaunated he has four years experience of War . He gets up late for breakfast and does not follow any principle of discipline. James has authoritative and dictatorial nature.

Elements of Humor and Satire in Rebel

The poet has drawn a humorous portrait of a rebel. It is meant to be funny, amusing and comical. The rebel is merely a social oddity and poses no serious threat to society. He is not fighting against or refusing to serve the established government. He is not resisting authority or control. The rebel is merely trying to be different in some minor ways from the general current of the time.”Elements of Humor and Satire in Rebel” is very much. He just wants to be different from the crowd. It is his own way individualistic way of appealing to society to grant him recognition. He is perhaps passing through a period of transition of adolescence when he is self-conscious and is worried about other people’s opinions of reactions.

Thus I entered and thus I go

This is the most important line of the poem which sums up the whole story of the political leader in the poem. First of all I will explain the first part of the question ‘Thus I entered” this phrase actually tells the past of the leader. He was warmly welcomed when he entered victoriously in the country. People welcomed him very enthusiastically. See the following lines in this connection;

PATRIOT INTO TRAITOR poem as Dramatic Monologue.

Dramatic monologue is actually a form of poetry where in a single character speaks in a mood of severe passion and emotion. Let us first of all explain two important words namely “Dramatic” and “Monologue”. The word dramatic is derived from the noun drama. Which means conflict and the word monologue consists two parts “Mono and Logue”. Mono means self or single and Logue means speech.

cruel and remorseless fate.

It is true the poet has drawn attention towards a tragic fact of life in the poem. In the poem a huntsman becomes the hunted in the hand of cruel and remorseless fate. Kagwa was the huntsman. He used to hunt lion and other wild beasts. He becomes the victim of his own fate. Although, he was very brave yet he was helpless before his cruel and remorseless fate.Here the writer wants to tell us that sometimes a hunter may prey by cruel and remorseless fate. It is all show that cruel and remorseless fate.


Real beauty is the out-come of spiritual nobility. A woman is not like a flower vase which is beautiful from outside and dirty from inside. A woman must can be attractive and beautiful if she is beautiful outwardly and inwardly at the same time. The essay “The Beauty Industry” deals with the most extravagant habit of the fashionable women of America who spend a large amount of money on their faces and bodies. This craze has given birth to beauty industry.

Has used a personification IN LEISURE POEM?

Yes, it is true that the poet has used personification in the poem. I would like to point it out but first of all I think it fit to define personification to make it easy to understand personification clearly. Personification is actually the provision of human qualities to non- living things. The poet has used I in the 9th and 12th lines of the poem.


According to my opinion, I am sure the final seventh stage is the most beautiful stage, which has most accurately been described in the poem. This is actually the second childishness. At the stage man gets absolutely opposite stage to the first and young one. In this stage man becomes helpless. He looks the help of the other family members. His independence of movement is taken away. He wishes whenever he speaks. He loses his all teeth hence taste is also lost. His eyesight is weakened. He loses the warmth of life. His movement becomes very limited. As Shakespeare has aptly expressed this idea in the following lines;