Symbolis usually an object or an action that stands for something and has a deepermeaning then what is simply written in words in the book.symbolism is only when something stands forsomething else, and it is very important usually in the work. Symbols arebasically used in poems to compare one thing with an other one. In poetry youcould use a colour as a symbol For example: O My love is like red red rose,here red is used as the symbol of love but if we see generally red is also thesymbol of hate. symbolism is when you use something to represent something else.


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Imagesare descriptive language that allows you visualize everything that is going on,images are just anythingthatappealsto anyof the five senses. For example: Eyes to see, Ears to hear,Nose to smell, Tongue to taste and Skin to touch or feel. An image can consist of similes, metaphors,allegories and symbols. Images are more about describing something. images findssimilaritybetween things.Images are what writer makesyou feel, see, hear and smell with the help or their words.
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Ode on Solitude Happy the man, whose wish and care A few paternal acres bound, Content to breathe his native air, In his own ground. Whose herds with milk, whose fields with bread, Whose flocks supply him with attire, Whose trees in summer yield him shade, In winter fire. Blest, who can unconcernedly find Hours, days, and years slide soft away, In health of body, peace of mind, Quiet by day, Sound sleep by night; study and ease, Together mixed; sweet recreation; And innocence, which most does please, With meditation. Thus let me live, unseen, unknown; Thus unlamented let me die; Steal from the world, and not a stone Tell where I lie.        ‘Solitude’ is the best stage of life. mostly people connects it with loneliness but it not about being lonely but it is about being happy in the company of our self. In this poem Pope says that the solitude is the blessed thing of life.               The poem talks about the fre
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Tughlaq By Girish Karnad


January 29, 2017
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 Plot: ‘Tughlaq’ is Karnad’s second play written in 1964 ; the play was originally written in Kannada and then translated in Kannada by Karnad himself. It is all about the life of Sultan Muhammad bin Tughlaq who has ruled in India in 14 th  century. There is a lot of controversy among the historians about the character of Tughlaq but Karnad has presented this man as a man of opposites. The central theme of the play is the complexity in the character of Sultan Tughlaq, who has both the elements good as well as evil. He is a visionary man as well as man of action. Other characters also present Tughlaq’s dual personality; his close associates Barani and the scholarly historian Najib are practical politician like him.                 From the very first scene we come to know about the complex personality of Tughlaq, he can be considered as a learnt and an intelligent man. He has abilities to learn and curiosity to know and he is master in playing chess, he has the knowledge
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Major Themes and Issues in the Play Tughlaq by Girish Karnad


October 20, 2018
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  Major Themes and Issues in the Play  Idealistic Leadership   What makes the Sultan‘s character more fascinating is his paradoxical and complex nature. He is portrayed as ―a dreamer and a man of action, benevolent and cruel, devout and callous.‖ U.R. Anantha Murty remarks: ―Both Tughlaq and his enemies initially appear to be idealists; yet in the pursuit of the ideal, they perpetrate its opposite. The whole play is structured on these opposites: the ideal and the real: the divine aspiration and the deft intrigue.‖ These opposites constitute the main charm of the structure of Tughlaq. Tughlaq promises his Subjects to maintain ―justice, equality, progress and peace -- not just peace but a more purposeful life‖ ―without any consideration of might and weakness, religion or creed.‖ But to a great surprise he could not win the hearts of his public. He wants to give his ―beloved people‖ peace, freedom, justice and progress. He says that his people would witness how justice works