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The Five Sources of Sublimity in Emma Duffy-Comparone's Marvel Sands

The term "Sublime" is understood as the highest excellence of artistic expression in literature. Longinus, the author of the treat On the Sublime finds five important sources of sublimity: (1) the power of conceiving impressive thoughts, (2) capacity for strong emotion, (3) appropriate use of figures of thought and speech, (4) Nobility of diction, and […]

Foreign Women in India’s Freedom Struggle

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Womanhood of India has stood courageously with the warriors, rebellions, and the national army to share the sacrifices and victories of the India’s freedom struggle. Many women including Indira Gandhi, Sarojini Naidu, Rani Lakshmi Bai, Kamla Nehru, Kasturba Gandhi, Vijaya Lakshmi Pandit, and Madam Cama have martyred their lives to win India complete freedom. Besides […]

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Ontario Sports & Olympic Youth Academy (OOYA) Shape Our Leaders Beyond the 2010 Winter Olympics

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Leadership in our Canadian youth is pervasive and active. As a volunteer, I was witness and observer to an extraordinary 4-day conference hosted by the University of Ottawa (May 11-14). This year’s theme was “Making a Difference”. The delegates to this 2006 Ontario Olympic Youth Academy, were fifteen Ontario students representing their high schools. These […]

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Looking Back Through 2000 Seasons of Slavery of Africans by Various Other Races in Ayi Kwei Armah

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Ayi Kwei Armah’s TWO THOUSAND SEASONS, is ‘a deeply profound and monumental text’ projecting a pluralized communal voice [we] speaking through the history of Africa, its wet and dry seasons, from a period of one thousand years. The title itself represents the enormous arc of time covering the long and awful years in African history […]

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The Romantic Spirit of the Harlem Renaissance: Introduction

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The Harlem Renaissnace was such an important part of American history and literary history, but it is woefully neglected in ‘traditional’ history courses. Naturally, I had read some works of the prominent figures of the Harlem Renaissance, such as Langston Hughes and James Weldon Johnson, but the majority of the participants were unknown to me. […]

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On The Yankee Station by William Boyd

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On The Yankee Station by William Boyd is a series of short stories, the longest of which provides the title for the set. This particular story is a superb piece of short fiction, much more than a short story, confronting, in less than twenty-five pages, several big issues and, at the same time, drawing its […]

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Right to Information Act 2005

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In India, like many other countries such as Canada, Bulgaria, Brazil, Australia etc, citizens have also right to get information about government policies, works and its enlisted organizations etc in the form of The Right to Information Act 2005. The act empowers the citizens to get information they want related to government and its attached […]

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Students and Politics – The Indian Scenario

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The student community, being young and energetic, are a bundle of inflammable material, which at the touch of a spark ignites into a large uncontrollable fire like forest fire. They, being young have no patience, are lively and malleable. In India, the trend of students actively participating in politics began in the early 20th century, […]

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‘Help Me Marry My Girlfriend, Modiji’, Engineering Student From Chandigarh Wants PM To Play Matchmaker For Him

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‘Help Me Marry My Girlfriend, Modiji’, Engineering Student From Chandigarh Wants PM To Play Matchmaker For Him

A city based mechanical engineering student has written to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to help him get married to his girlfriend, who works as a nurse. He has requested the Prime Minster to send a volunteer to Chandigarh to convince parents on both sides to agree to the marriage.   BCCL No, this isn’t a […]

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5 Free Ways To Market Your Spreadshirt Shop Effectively

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Okay so you head on over to spreadshirt and open up a shop, create some designs, got your own domain, and customized it the best way you know how. Now what? You’ve got all these amazing products and no ones buying because no ones seen or heard of you. You’ve started this on a shoestring […]

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