(A Quarterly International Peer-reviewed Refereed e-Journal
Devoted to English Language and Literature)
As such, the question becomes whether ‘ideas’ are the only standard to judge an intellectual and whether ‘morals’ play no role in the formation of his personality. Mr Perry’s philosophy may be useful in the World of Ideas, but an author, who is also an intellectual, is always judged by both his morals and his intellect in the World of Life and Literature. Read More.
Violence—Non-violence – R. C. Shukla
Decades away from practicality, non-violence is an unpolished ornament of idealism. Nobody can raise doubts against the sacred heights of this virtue. It vividly separates a man from the crowd of men who become violent at even a very mild attack on their ego. It appears very ordinary as a word but the substance of this word is larger than the substance of violence.... Non-violence can be adopted as a way of life only by an individual because he is free to waste himself as much as he desires. It cannot be prescribed for a society, never for a nation. Read More.
1. Looking through the Spaces of Memory: The Poetry of Bibhu Padhi - Sudhir K. Arora
2. Postmodern Poetry of Frank O’ Hara: A Journey Within - Gunjan Saxena
3. Rhetoric of Subhash Chandra Bose: Creation and Criticism - Abnish Singh Chauhan
4. Middle Class Fragrance in R.K. Narayan’s Novels - Abdul Raoof