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Showing posts with label summaries. Show all posts

Saturday, 3 April 2021

Class 10 English Mrs Packletide Tiger Summary Mrs Packletide


Character Sketch Of Mrs. Packletide Tiger
Mrs. Packletide: She was a vain person whose fundamental point in life was to surpass her neighbor Loona Bimberton. When she came to realize that Loona Bimberton had as of late been conveyed eleven miles in a plane by an Algerian pilot. She was stricken with incredible desire. She had a powerful urge to help out once-over Loona 's experience. So she chose to chase a tiger and to get his skin. On the off chance that effective in doing as such, her photos would show up in the papers.


 Loona Bimberton: She was neighbor of Mrs Packletide. She had much like characters of her neighbor. He had solid faith in hotshot. The late thing done by her which brought about a considerable measure of disturbance to Mrs. Packletide. She declined the welcome to the lunch meeting Mrs. Packletide had tossed in her "respect" and declined to take a gander at the single daily paper for quite a long time for the dread of perusing about her neighbor's accomplishments.
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Mrs Packletide Tiger Summary


Wednesday, 1 November 2017

A Summer Poem Notes and Analysis 

The Indian Summer (Rain of Rites, 1976) illustrates the fact that Mahapatra's vision is essentially tragic, and his pessimism and perspectives may have explained his keen sense of the suffering of the Indian masses. His predominant preoccupation is the vision of grief, loss, abomination and rejection.
A Summer Poem By Jayantha Mahapatra
 Summary Of A Summer Poem

Tuesday, 3 October 2017

The Summary Of To His Coy Mistress

The poem is spoken by a male lover to his beloved wife as an attempt to convince her to sleep with him. The speaker argues that the timidity and hesitation of the Lady would be acceptable if both had "the world and time". But because they are finite human beings, he thinks they should enjoy their sensual lifestyle for their duration.
To His Coy Mistress By Andrew Marvell
Summary And Analysis Of To His Coy Mistress By Andrew Marvell 

Thursday, 28 September 2017

Shot Notes And Analysis OF On His Blindness By John Milton

The sonnet is written after Milton's grief, when he lost his gaze at his middle age. Milton's eye was weak from his youth. In a pamphlet in prose, he describes: "I never extinguished my lamp before midnight" and indicates his ultimate ceremony to the strain on his eyes. In Wood's verses, who knew Milton very well: "It was unusual for him to sit until midnight on his books, which was the first to put his eyes in the danger of blindness.
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Shot Notes OF On His Blindness By John Milton

Short Notes And Analysis Of The Two Culture  By C.P. Snow

The Two Cultures is the title of the first part of an influential Conference Conference of 1959 by British scientist and novelist C. P. Snow. His thesis was that "the intellectual life of the whole of Western society" was divided into two titular cultures - namely the sciences and the humanities - and that it was a major obstacle to solving the problems of the world.
The-Two-Culture-By-C.P-Snow
The-Two-Culture-By-C.P-Snow

Tuesday, 12 September 2017

 Public Knowledge Summary By J.M. Ziman

Science is an integral part of our lives. It provides our environment. "What is science" is a confusing question. We know the evolution of science and its development through many scientists. It is difficult to define poetry because poetry has no definition and a poet is a person who assumes the crown of a poet by himself. Contrary to this, science is methodical and logical. It is very hard and finished and an essential ingredient for human survival.
 Public Knowledge  By J.M. Ziman
 Public Knowledge  By J.M. Ziman
The course on the history of science was launched in 1994 by Asian society following attempts by Samarendra Nath Sen, an Indian historian of science. The writer, Professor Sushil Kumar Mukhejee tries to find an answer to the question Why we should learn the history of science. Science, unlike other phenomena, has continued growth. Science has brought revolutionary changes in the world order.
The Need for Studies in History of Science by sushil kumar mukherjee
The Need for Studies in History of Science 

Sunday, 13 August 2017

The Actuality of the History of Sciences Short Notes And Analysis

Gaston Bachelard talks about the progress of science. When we learn the history of science, we are talking about the history of ideas. There is never a decadence of intelligence but there is decadence of nation, people and culture. Sometimes misused scientific thinking can cause stagnation. Sometimes a theory would be forgotten and years later would be explained with other evidence. 

General History of Sciences Summary

Paul Tannery, in his lecture in the form of an introduction to a book, talks about the history of science, its meanings, the need for a general history and specific histories of the sciences and synthesize the " History of science on the basis of the evidence available to us.

Monday, 17 July 2017

Summary Of Another Community 

R.K. Narayan, (1906- 2OO1), l'un des premiers personnages de la littérature indienne en anglais, est connu pour sa fiction dans la ville imaginaire appelée Malgudi. Ses œuvres comprennent "Swami and Friends", "The Bachelor of Arts", "The English Teacher", "Financial Expert"
Et "The Guide".
Another-Community-By -R.K-Narayan-Stud y-Material-And-Summary
Another-Community-By -R.K-Narayan-Stud y-Material-And-Summary

Wednesday, 12 July 2017

Short Notes And Study Material Of The Talking Plow

PonkunnamVarkey (1910-2004) was an important figure among the progressive writers of Kerala. His first news collection "Thirumulkazhcha" awarded him a prize from the government of Madras in 1939. 
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Summary Of The Talking Plow By Ponkunnam Varkey

Friday, 7 July 2017

Summary Of My Last Duchess Poem

Under the title Poem  "My last duchess", Ferrara is called, and the only speaker of the poem is the Duke of Ferrara, a character based partly on Alfonso II, Duke of Ferrara (Italy) in the sixteenth century. The wife of Alfonso, a young girl, died in 1561, and Alfonso used an agent to negotiate a second marriage with the niece of the Count of Tyrol.
Summary And Anallysis Of Poem My Last Duchess by Robert Browning
Summary And Anallysis Of Poem My Last Duchess by Robert Browning

Wednesday, 5 July 2017

Study Material And Summary Of My Life By Helen Keller Class 10th CBSE

Introduction Of My Life By Helen Keller
I. Early Childhood Of Helen Keller: Helen Adams Keller was born on 27 June 1880 in Tuscumbia, a small town in Alabama, United States of America. His family comes from Switzerland. His grandfather bought vast tracts of land in Alabama and finally settled down there. His father, Arthur H. Keller, had been a captain in the Confederate army. 
Summary-Of-My-Life-By-Helen-Keller-Class-10th
Summary Of My Life By Helen Keller

The Dear Departed Summary And Analysis

The play "The Dear Departed" presents an interesting situation that tragically becomes a common place in the world today. The scene of the play is placed in the living room of a small house in a lower middle class neighborhood of a provincial town. 
Summary Of The Dear Departed Class 10th
Summary Of The Dear Departed Class 10th

Sunday, 2 July 2017

Study Material and Summary of A Dog named Duke NCERT Class 9th

In 1953, Chuck Hooper did everything for him. He was a strong, well-built young man, bubbling with energy. He worked for a chemical company as Zonal Sales Manager. He lived a happy life with his wife Marcy and a four-year-old Doberman named Duke. 
Summary of A Dog named Duke By Williams Elli
Summary of A Dog named Duke By Williams Elli

Tuesday, 27 June 2017

Study Material of The Man Who Knew Too Much 

Summary of the Chapter The Man Who Knew Too Much
The soldier Quelch was a serious, cowardly, leaning and glasses-man whom the writer met at the training center. He was very fond of showing his knowledge and used to make sermons. So he became an object of pleasure, sarcasm and was nicknamed "teacher." 


Study material and Summary of Keeping it from Harold NCERT Class 9

Harold's Keeping is a story written by PG Wodehouse. It is a matter of knowing how Mr. and Mrs. Bramble conceal the profession of Bill de Harold. 
Summary of Keeping it from Harold
Summary of Keeping it from Harold

Study Material and Summary of Best Seller NCERT Class 9th

Character Sketch
• John A Pescud: He was small and not handsome. He was a street vendor for a glass company. He was very successful and his salary was raised twice the year before and his company had to give him as few actions. 
Best Seller By O Henry Summary
Best Seller By O Henry Summary

Study material and Summary of The Brook By Alfred Lord Tennyson NCERT Class 9th

Summary of the Poem The Brook 
In this poem, the creek plays the role of narrator and describes its journey.
The creek starts its journey from somewhere in the mountains, which are home to birds like "coots" and "heron" and eventually reaches the "flowing river". On its way, it passes through many hills, crests, towns, villages, bridges. 
Summary of The Brook Poem By Alfred Lord Tennyson
Summary of The Brook Poem By Alfred Lord Tennyson 

Thursday, 22 June 2017

Study Material and Summary of The Road Not taken NCERT Class 9th

In "The Road Not Taken", the speaker arrives at a place where his path diverges in a yellow wood. He regrets that he can only choose one. In the end, he chooses the one who has used least, concluding that it made a significant difference in his life.
Summary Of The Road not Taken by Robert Frost
 Summary Of The Road not Taken by Robert Frost 

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