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Some Poems Around Us

Goblin Market Poetry is one of the most expressive moods of literature genres. A single verse can be interpreted through several means. There is no end to one’s imagination and creative spirit. A poet writes a piece of art and leaves it to its readers how do they appreciate and criticize it. Some simple verse […]

Amitav Gosh and George Orwell (Part II)

We find a common sense of resistance almost in all the colonial narratives and impeccably prominent in “The Glass Palace” where the new Collector is unwelcomed and not revered from heart. This is a natural individual, social and national phenomenon identified by many in colonial discourses. The fear of being not lost keeps the natives […]

Amitav Gosh and George Orwell

Is Amitav Ghosh’s The Glass Palace a novel that rewrites colonial narratives about Burma such as George Orwell’s Burmese Days? Why? Why not? When talking about Amitav Ghosh’s “The Glass Palace as a rewrite upon the colonial narrative among the late 19th century narratives, Ghosh’s very own words comment on “This is how power is […]