The Gardener 

The Gardener                                                                            Rudyard Kipling Helen Turrell: Unwed mother; she was quite ashamed of the society as she was […]

On the Vanity of Earthly Greatness 

On the Vanity of Earthly Greatness                              Arthur Guiterman  Message of the poem: We shouldn’t be proud of our achievements because every achievement is                                      temporary. Time is the most valuable wealth and all our earthly greatness /                                      achievements are useless in comparison with time. Time is the leader which can                                      make a […]

In Bed 

In Bed                      Joan Didion Subject Matter: Migraine headache Personal Example of the writer About medical information for migraine Migraine: [extremely bad headache] a recurrent, throbbing, very painful headache,                    often affecting one side of the head and sometimes accompanied by                     vomiting or by distinct warning signs including visual disturbances. Symptoms of Migraine Headache:  […]

The Six Million Dollar Man 

The Six Million Dollar Man                                 Harold J. Morowitz  The essayist found:                 i) Human body made up of chemicals                 ii) Chemical’s quantity in our body                 iii) Price of 1 gm of each chemical Conclusion of the essayist: He was not cheaper but he was six million trillion man.  Theme of the essay: […]

Malini 

Malini                                          Rabindranath Tagore  Characters: King Queen Malini: Hindu Princess Kemankar: Strict, traditional Brahman who is the leader of Brahmin Supriya: Very intimate friend of Kemankar Brahmins             Subject Matter: Clash between Hinduism and Buddhism Character Sketch of Supriya: Ø             Serious role                                                    # He seems disloyal to his friend Kemankar Ø             So, he is […]

Oops! How’s That Again? 

Oops! How’s That Again?                                 Roger Rosenblatt It’s very natural to commit mistakes.   Why the examples in essay are given only of great or big persons? It’s so because the tongue slips are not only done by normal people but also done even by great or big persons of higher status.              Types […]

Concrete Cat 

Concrete Cat                                 Dorthi Charles  The poem “Concrete Cat”is composed by Dorthi Charles merely for the eye but not for the brain and emotions. This unique poem is the physical appearance of cat rather than in words. This poem implies about cat and its catness in action. The ear, eye, mouth, whisker, tail, etc. all […]

Keeping Things Whole 

Keeping Things Whole                                  Mark Strand  Theme: Being selfish and being unknown that “Unity is Strength’, we all the people divide society into fragments. Fragmentation is against the will of nature because nature is integral form of living organisms. Outline of the Poem Mark Strand wants to keep things whole. He does not want any […]

Unchopping a Tree 

Unchopping a Tree                                 W. S. Merwin Pseudo / False / Fake Directive Essay Theme: If we cannot unchop the tree then it’s better not to chop the tree. Short Outline of the essay “Unchopping a Tree”:  A tree is chopped. Now you have to unchop or join all its parts and place it where […]

The Nightmare Life Without Fuel 

The Nightmare Life Without Fuel                               Isaac Asimov Nightmare life: traumatic, frightening, terrifying, terrible, dreadful, horrendous, nightmarish life About Fuel Crisis Suburb: residential area bordering city: a district, especially a residential one, on the edge of a city or large town The essay “The Nightmare Life Without Fuel” by Isaac Asimov shows what will life […]