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The lectures on which ‘NATIONALISM ’is based were delivered not in India but in Japan and the United States. C. F. Andrews, who accompanied Rabindranath Tagore on his Japanese tour, says that the first two chapters were written for lectures in Japan and ‘at white heat’.

Rabindranath Tagore received early recognition as a Bengali poet of genius. His later translations into English of his celebrated ‘Gitanjali’ bring him the Nobel Prize for literature in 1913 and international fame. more...

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Rabindranath Tagore, one of the greatest patrons of India as well as Bengal in the field of art, music, literature etc., has played a significant role in enriching India’s cultural heritage. Tagore wrote poems for a long period during his lifetime.

Often, his poem reflects eclistic paths of life along with other subjects. Basically, he was recognized as a romantic poet, therefore, his long poet life has been separated in different stages. Still, his achievements as a poet admiration & respect. more...

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P. G. Wodehouse was born in 1881, and educated at Dulwlch College. He was in the Hongkong and Shanghai Bank for two years and then got a job on the 'By the Way'column of the old Globe. His first stories were school stories written for The coptain. in one of which Psmlih made his first appear­ance.

He paid a visit to America in 1904, and another in 1909 when he sold two short stories for S300 apiece, and decided to remain there. more...

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The most popular and perhaps the greatest of English novelists was Charles Dickens. Born in 1812, Dickens was the son of a clerk in the Navy-Pay office. more...

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The immortal Epic of Valmiki is undoubtedly one of the gems of literature, — indeed, some considering it as the Kohinur of the literary region, which has for centuries, and from a time reaching to the dim and far past been shedding unparalleled and undying halo upon the domain presided over by" the vision and the faculty divine.

'The burthen of the bard's song is the perpetual contest between good and evil, that is everywhere going on in this mysteriously-ordered world of ours more...

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I have read with great interest the galley proofs of A German Ace Tells Why by Leonhard Guenther; and I appreciate most sincerely the opportunity.

This brief but eloquent chronicle of the de velopment of political thinking in the mind of a typical educated German during the period between the First World War and the attack by Germany upon Poland seems to me of great value to every thoughtful American. more...

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Herr Heinz A. Heinz' aim has been to draw a picture of the Fuhrer from details supplied at first hand by those friends and helpers and comrades of his who believed in him from the first, who joined him at the beginning, stood by him through the darkest days, and have lived to see one of the most astounding achievements of modern times. more...

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This book ‘Resurrection’occupies rather a lonely outpost in the cannon of Tolstoy’s fiction. Inspite of being one of the only three works that Tolstoy designated as novels & inspite of being the third longest of his works, it is acknowledged to be a highly problematical book.

Soviet Critics, have claimed to see in the work a completely new & revolutionary type of novel, but these apart, most responsible Western Critics & informed readers are agreed in calling ’Resurrection’ a failure.For to read ‘Resurrection’ is a little like wandering through a ruined cathedral more...

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Every human being has two sides of his life. One side being regulated and obeying, the other side disobeying and not regulated life. Such as Robin-hood, who was very famous and had a distinguished character in the world.

Robin Hood had a very strong personality who belonged to Saxon clan and formed his own army to fight against the autocratic royal army of Henry-IInd. He used to stay in Sherwood-forest and was self-respected for Saxon tribes. more...

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“Saint Joan” was one of the best plays of Bernard Shaw’s in the twentieth century and was read and performed by Shaw.Joan of Arc, was of a French girl. It was one of the world’s finest stories, though it was more than five hundred years ago.

She was canonized as St. Joan of Arc in 1920. Her name had come to be held in special reverence because France was slowly recovering from the burden of German invasion during 1914–1918 war. At that time the French people got new courage, and she uplifted the country 1918 and again in 1945 after another German invasion. more...

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