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Ilene Kantrov Women’s business is an essay written by Ilene Kantrov, which is about some women from the United States of America who have been successful in business. The writer is feminist writer who supports the most of the ideas of the women and their notion in the essay in the modern trend of globalization. The theme of the essay is to focus on the success of American businesswomen who adopted innovative business strategy and establish themselves in respectable position in the business field as well as in the society. Lydia Pinkham and many other women of her time played different roles to promote women’s business. The businesswomen were also involved in social work for uplifting the society. However, their aim was to promote their own business on the pretext on social service for the sake of their business, they activated the society, earned money and upgraded their own position in the society. The essay also tells about different businesswomen who followed


Garica Marquez This story is about the powerful imagination of the boy. Sometimes a person’s creative power becomes so sharp that he can see his vision in concrete form. A normal mind with limited power of creativity hardly sees such picture.  This story which is written by applying stream of consciousness technique explains how a boy deepens his observation and grows from an ordinary boy to an assertive young man.   The boy, who is also main character of the story used to go to the sea where he  used to see a mysterious ship in his childhood. The ship used to appear when there was darkness. The ship was bigger than the village and taller than the steeple of the church. But he could not see the ship in the later years. However the boy didn't stop going to sea. He had determined to show the existence of ship to the villager after he was beaten on charge of being a liar. After many years he saw the same ship by the  harbour .  When the story starts we find the boy is al


Dylan Thomas Characters : Uncle Thomas Aunt Sarah Mr. Benjamin Franklyn Will Sentry O' Jones Mr. Weazley (There are 30 Characters excluding Mrs. Sarah and a Narrator) (Travelling to:  Porthcawl) This story told by a boy presents the adult world as understood by a young boy. The story is the story of his uncle – Uncle Thomas – who means to go outing to Porthcawl , but never made it there.  In the first part of the story, the boy describes his uncle and aunt using metaphors and similes. The uncle was big and noisy whereas his wife was small and quiet who used to move on padded paws. The boy compares his uncle with a buffalo and a dismantle ship. He compared his aunt with her cat because of her quick and quiet movement and with a mouse because of her nibbling habit and tiny tone. Every Saturday night after heated arguments, the aunt used to hit the uncle on the head after the uncle lifted her on to a chair. The boy also describes uncle’s few friends in the sto


William Stafford American poet  William Stafford   in his poem  Travelling through the Dark  presents the conflicts between physical action, emotion and responsibility to take appropriate course of action even in critical situation. The poet also satires the self proclaimed nature lovers who are responsible for the difficult state of wild animals and environmental degradation. The poem presents a great tension between the two realities, two system of life. On one hand are efficiency and responsibility, unglamorous virtues that we learn to admire when we face danger or loss. On the other hand, there are emotions warmer than efficiency and much deeper than good judgement.  The poet also satires the self proclaimed nature lovers who are responsible for the difficult state of wild animals and environmental degradation. On a dark night, the narrator was driving his car on Wilson River road. At the edge of the river he found a dead deer.  He stopped there to clear the road by pushi


M. Lilla and C. Bishop Barry American geographers M. Lilla and C. Bishop Barry in their essay Hurried trip to avoid a Bad Star present an exploration of Karnali zone of western Nepal on foot for 15 months. This essay was published as a visit report in The National Geographic as Karnali, The road less World of Western Nepal in 1971. The writers in this essay describe the life account of Karnali zone people, their daily life, their tradition and culture, their lack of awareness about environmental preservation and Karnali zone’s economic dependency with the plain region of south Nepal. People living in this part are quite innocent and superstitious. Some of the people form these parts go to Terai regions to find the work and return home after several years. Unfortunately, most of the people lack education to understand the value of the forest. On account of this reason, deforestation has been on the increase. They feel that they are obliged to depend on the forest area to


William Shakespeare Fathom: bottom Thy: your Coral: मूँगा  Pearls: मोती Knell: ring as in announcing death Suffer a sea change: undergo a transformation Hark: listen Full Fathom Five Thy Father Lies is taken from Shakespeare's play The Tempest , Act 1, Scene 2. Here the spirit Ariel sings this song to Ferdinand , Prince of Naples , who mistakenly thinks that his father is drowned into the sea. Ariel is telling Ferdinand that his father lies thirty feet below the surface of the sea.  Ariel is a spirit who is a very comic and miraculous (being or having the character of a miracle) character. He flies up invisibly and plays melodious music and song. In the given poem, he gives sympathy to Ferdinand, who is very sad on the death of his father. The Spirit Ariel tries to make the death meaningful with his melodious description. The Spirit Ariel says that Ferdinand’s father has been drowned into the sea. His body has been lying 30 feet below at the bottom of the


A Story from the Island of Hokkaido, Japan. The Loving Mother  is a story that reveals the everlasting love of a mother to her baby even after her death. It particularly gives central focus around the mysterious arrival of a woman at the pharmacist’s usually at midnight. Mr Shoji Sakota was a pharmacist in the city of Sappora on Hokkaido Island in northern Japan . He runs his own drug store in the same building where he used to live. He used to live alone in the rear part of the building because his wife had died several years ago.  Shoji Sakota , the protagonist of this story undergoes an unseen fear when he received the frequent visit of a young woman at the same time almost every night.  One stormy winter night in 1964, Mr. Sakota was working in his drug store at about mid night. As it was the end of the fiscal / financial year, he was very busy with the profit, loss and the management of accounts of the whole year. At that time, there was a knock on the door. At first h


Though the story Fear is from the unit of the supernatural stories, it is not a supernatural story. In fact, it is a psychological story. It’s a thriller / suspenseful story based on human fear of a nervous man. This story also shows how a man behaves in a state of panic and nervousness. Armando Gonzalez is the major character of this story. According to this story, Armando entered a large bank in the Mexico City and gave the withdrawal slip and the passbook to the bank teller. The teller asked so many questions to him and she counted the money with load voice. Armando realized himself that he was for sure going to be known by everyone in the bank . He was a man who had to look after a big family of nine members including himself. However, he had a dream. It was a common dream to have a house of his own. With this aim, he had saved 50,132 pesos for the last twenty years. He went to the bank to withdraw 50,000 pesos because he had seen a house within that limit. The deal was fina