Lopakhin is a leading character of this drama the Cherry Orchard Lopakhin is name who captures this entire drama in itself. Character of Lopakhin is […]
Show that Becket has created in waiting for Godot a modern tragedy which reveals a particular problems of our age; man’s sense of his tragic existence, man’s grandeur in facing the that existence, the classical idea of tragedy which come to us from Aristotle’s poetics proposes certain requirement regarded as essential if a play is to be described as a tragedy, all of theses are topic that we will discuss in our conversations. First of all, is Waiting for Godot Modern Tragedy or not?
In “A Tale of two Cities “detailed Summary informs us about condition of two cities London and Paris, it has historical background in itself. In […]
American imperialism In past strong nations , after going to the other countries and they occupying them, then they used to do their rule there and enslaved the people there and ,thus, they would go there and make them realize that the people where these people came to thrive. And the people there also started to understand that perhaps we would not have done the same. Actually, those people had come to rob those countries British had established its rights And made Govt. and made people realized that they have come here for the welfare of the people. Actually there was nothing like this. In fact, their agony was only rule the people and took more and more Raw material from here. Call history is made of such spices, its example is seen in Pak India( subcontinent) It used to happen in past
Actually summoner is a man who is linked with church court, in Chaucer’s time which is called medieval age church had a powerful institution that made law and regulations. In church court the summoner calls out the siner , this is his duty but duty is only veil on him but real thing is for him the bribery that he takes by siner in favour in their cases The summoner is a ecclesiastical character in Canterbury Tales the religion can be seen by this character, we are not spurring having seen the corrupt conduct of the summoner, the summoner makes bribery from criminals and siners and gives favour to them, but in this era people had faith on religion and attended the church regularly having known the church officials were corrupt and had worldly mind. The summoner character in Canterbury Tales is treated with satirical way, by Chaucer unveils the the corrupt mask of the religion, his character is no more than a satire on religion. In fact he is cheater and exploits to the poor people in church as well as outside the church. In Chaucer’s time the church was a powerful institution as well as medium of speech.