A genuine purpose to survive

A Genuine Purpose To Survive Can Overcome Even The Unbearable Sufferings

Survival is destiny only for the fittest. And who is the fittest? The one who can find a genuine purpose to survive. Yes, a person who has the answer to ‘why’ can live even after facing indescribable odds in life. Everyone on this earth struggles for existence. But, those humans can succeed who can make […]

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Shakespeare's only female character

Lady Macbeth, Shakespeare’s Only Female Character With Exceptional Strength Of Will

Every invention of Shakespeare as a playwright is unparalleled. And every character in his plays is exceptionally excellent. Likewise, Lady Macbeth, Shakespeare’s only female character, embodies rare and extraordinary strength of will. As per the author’s will, Lady Macbeth possesses dreadfully determined willpower in The Tragedy of Macbeth. She has remarkable iron stability of resolve. […]

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Shakespeare emerged as a perfectionist

Shakespeare Emerged As A Perfectionist Acquiring Limited Perfect Professional Experience

William Shakespeare is probably the numero uno in the kingdom of playwrights. His perfection in depicting characters and the surroundings in the plays is matchless. Superb mastery of a wide variety of subjects makes him the best. However, the truth is, from the beginning, Shakespeare emerged as a perfectionist even without acquiring the required professional […]

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positivity in human life

William Wordsworth Draws Positivity In Human Life Through The Line “There’s Joy In The Mountains;”

William Wordsworth is a nature-loving poet. But the inner meaning of most of his poems exceeds nature’s boundaries and draws positivity in human life. Yes, nearly all his works stand as evergreen nature-centric. However, some of them define human lives with a profound meaning. “Written in March” is one such poem. And the line, “There’s […]

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Live forever in memory

One Day The Sun Will Rise Without You But You Will Live Forever In Memory

How many of us can see our future? None. However, we know that everyone on this earth has to say goodbye to this mortal world one day. Yes, this universal truth always remains hidden in the human concept. It is undeniable that each living being will cease one day. However, they will live forever in […]

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Earthly justice

How Galsworthy Finally Satires Earthly Justice Through The Play Justice?

Every part of human civilization has to depend on earthly justice. The judgment may sometimes appear appreciable or not appreciable. But, there is no way humans can deny it. John Galsworthy’s famous play Justice also deals with that judgment, legal as well as social. The play unravels the horrific impacts of the strict enforcement of […]

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