I know how it feels to want to give up. I am capable of fathoming the conflagration of sorrow buring inside your soul. I can even comprehend the blades of anguish cutting deep into your heart; slicing it into tiny pieces every second. What's more? I can even contemplate the loneliness - the sheer oblivion … Continue reading I know how it feels…to want to give up
Edgar Allan Poe is one of the most Gothic short story writer of the nineteenth century. He was a predominant figure of the Romantic Movement in American literature and is regarded as the inventor of the detective story. He has had a very hard life. His father left him and his mother a few years … Continue reading The Works of Edgar Allan Poe – A review
What is writing? I’ve asked myself this particular questions loads of times in my life. But I never really was presented with an answer. Least to say, this question now resides as a conundrum within my brain; unanswered and unmystified. At first it seemed that asking myself this question again and again would unlock … Continue reading What is the “Art of Writing” – A Perspective
Introduction ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen is one of her best works. It narrates the story of Elizabeth Bennet and Mr. Darcy and how they evolve into the kind of persons whom each other would want to fall in love with and would eventually want to marry. While narrating several hurdles that they have … Continue reading A Perspective on Selected Quotes from the Novel ‘Pride and Prejudice’ by Jane Austen
I pondered long and hard about the title for this particular post. That is because I wanted to infuse it with the right kind of words which would pop out from the screen and attempt to express what I’m feeling right now while I write this; the storm of emotions whirling within me in a … Continue reading My Dreams, My Ambitions, My Way!
I would like to begin this essay by wholly stating that I do not agree with this statement. ‘Mr. Darcy does not have the most power’ in this novel and this essay will further try to elucidate and expound upon this perspective. To begin with, the statement ‘Mr. Darcy had the most power’ does … Continue reading A Perspective on the Questions “Does Mr. Darcy Hold the Most Power in the Novel Pride and Prejudice” by Jane Austen
‘Words’, it has a peculiar ring to it, doesn’t it? When said repeatedly it almost feels like a prayer or a magical chant. “Words, words, words, words, words, words, words, words, words…” Do you feel it? The magic of syllables rushing through your body mixing with your blood and energizing you? The residue of letters … Continue reading The Power of Words