Pages tagged with American Literature

The Jews are a race hunted down and persecuted through centuries and generations. In whichever countries they migrated and escaped to, they did well and made a decent living. Their endurance before endless adversities owes to the simplicity in their lives. They even reached Cochin Ker...
Sponsorship, back support and resources of large industrial empires and business houses are needed now to make a person the head of a nation, and it is not a secret too. Elections are won or lost according to the skill and riches of supporting industrialists and businessmen. Things we...
O.Henry’s stories are famous for the twist towards their end. William Sydney Porter was the real person behind this name. He wrote more than Two hundred short stories, almost all of them equally famous. His stories are noted for the great sympathy they show towards human life. Here ...
Birds love for their life. They do not change partners in the middle of a stream. They do not know about the fickleness of human love. And they do not know about the instant fancies of immature human mind that we call love. Knowing not this cost a Nightingale its dear life. That is th...
A must read for all who love mankind and human speech. An apt admonishment from a long-gone American writer whose great eloquence and excellent arguments in favour of the liberty of speech is once more brought to public attention. His bold opinions are dire predictions which help envi...
The sea, clouds and waves and the ever patient shore are a wonder to the new born babe, the steam engine like youth and the old man who is like a fading sunset. This energetic, thrilling, restless dame that is the ocean is shy and submissive to only one, her eternal and beloved lover,...
It is alleged that Kahlil Gibran hid his exquisite tunes behind a mask of blank verse to prevent the dull wits and the half wits of his times from enjoying his songs. This song is for the first time recast in the true poetic form by Sahyadri Books & Bloom Books, Trivandrum so that all...
Louisa May Alcott was a writer who died young, but enriched English literature with novels of everyday life.
By the means of a simple, yet powerful language, Cooper let's his readers plunge into the turmoil of the American Revolutionary War.
Judy is one of the most prolific American authors ,one comes across once in a while .She has conviction ,is a par excellent published poet ,a Wiki Star pager and writer of classHer opinion is hers
"Poetry Magazine" is the oldest monthly devoted to verse in the English language. The Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry Magazine, has announced the 2012 Emily Dickinson First Book Award with a grand prize of $10,000.
This article talks about the Judicial Corruption in America and how the Judiciary system in America is involved in gross acts under the "blanket of law"!
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