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Through Ashes and Love: Exploring the Depths of Human Connection in Cormac McCarthy's The Road

“Where there is love there is life” Mahatma Gandhi Cormac McCarthy's novel, ‘The Road’, conjures a post-apocalyptic wasteland where the remnants of love and life are poignantly crystallised in the bond between the boy and

Influence of Literature: How it Illuminated the Path of Human Existence

Literature, in a sense, is akin to music. It has the power to capture and evoke emotions, allowing readers to deeply connect with it. It can elevate the significance of events, making its audience feel as though they've experienced those events

A Doll’s House: Nora’s Struggle for Identity within the Patriarchy

'A woman cannot be herself in contemporary society; it is an exclusively male society with laws drafted by men, and with counsel and judges who judge feminine conduct from the male point of view.' How far do you agree that Nora illustrates

The Glass Sword

The river below is almost musical to my ears as it crashes against rocks and land, but no matter how beautiful the blue path of water is, it doesn’t change my unease of the next path I’m taking. The long path, made only of wood and rope,

Short Story...Hopes

Once upon a day their lived a very poor wife who was called Emma and a husband called Steven who hoped for a daughter.One day in December 2006 while they were looking for food they saw a baby who was lost in the street and was about 1 or 2 years old they