Macbeth appeals to earth

When Macbeth Appeals To Earth Not To Sense His Misdeeds

Shakespeare’s Macbeth produces several significant soliloquies. Among them, some appear most meaningful. And one such powerful soliloquy is visible in Act II, Sc. I of the play when Macbeth appeals to earth to ignore or don’t perceive his heinous crime. The lines containing the soliloquy are – “Thou sure and firm-set earth,/ Hear not my […]

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diagnosis of evil

As A Playwright Shakespeare’s Diagnosis Of Evil Is Unmatchable

Measuring the artistic skill of Shakespeare is impossible. The reason is his plays unfold infinite modes of artistry. And, portraying evil as part of the drama is one such unmatchable artistry or talent. According to his plays ‘ requirements, Shakespeare’s unique diagnosis of evil is indeed a fair representation of accuracy. It is unquestionably true […]

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Donna Lucia

Donna Lucia, An Apt Character In Maugham’s Lotus Eater

William Somerset Maugham’s genius as a story writer is indisputable. His words display his inexhaustible innovative urge. The invention of Donna Lucia in The Lotus Eater is an ideal example of that creative urge. It is undeniable that Maugham is famous for his appealing literary form. His unique way of dealing with the human affair […]

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Don’t Surrender To Challenges

Don’t Surrender To Challenges, Learn To Address Them

Challenges are inevitable in life. They come and go. Sometimes they appear only with low or high intensity. But they are, in reality, unstoppable. However, that doesn’t mean you have no choice but to concede defeat. No, don’t surrender to challenges. Learn to address them. Yes, if you can’t stop them, you can find out ways […]

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the lotus eater's physical appearance

The Lotus Eater’s Physical Appearance Manifests Maugham’s Unique Search For Odd Characters

William Somerset Maugham is famous for portraying odd characters in his writings. His words, “I kept my eyes open for character, oddness, personality…” support the said view. Even the short story, The Lotus Eater’s main character, the lotus eater’s physical appearance, reveals W. Somerset Maugham’s eagerness to find uniquely odd and interesting characters. However, his […]

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perfection is not a one-time goal

Perfection Is Not A One-Time Goal; It Is A Continuous Process of Improvement

Perfection is one of the most difficult terms to define in human life. Because no fixed parameter can measure and identify the last word of being perfect. It is an ongoing process of improvement. That means perfection is not a one-time goal. In reality, some people consider excellence as perfection. However, there is a thin line […]

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miscalculated pursuit of life

Maugham’s Lotus Eater Is A Story Of A Person’s Miscalculated Pursuit Of Life

Somerset Maugham’s The Lotus Eater deals with an exceptional storyline. It unfolds the bitter consequence related to the miscalculated pursuit of life. In short, Maugham’s short story contains a distinct theme focusing on the exceptional and rare human experience. The author presents a man, Thomas Wilson, who adopts an outlandish outlook towards the conventional estimation of […]

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Galsworthy's Justice appeals for mercy

Galsworthy’s Justice Appeals For Mercy: A Truth Or A Mere Notion!

Galsworthy’s Justice draws human attention to some specific social anomalies. The whole story presents a social structure during the time of John Galsworthy. Bitter issues related to so-called legal justice, prison administration, and the maddening impact of prison life are vital points of the plot. Some say the play shows the courage to stand for […]

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