March 2020

Short Answers of To the Lighthouse

Note: If you have any question about To the Lighthouse questions and answers or Short Answers of To the Lighthouse please ask in comment. “To the lighthouse” is the novel about modern man and woman? Novel “To the Lighthouse” is written in the modern era and the story revolves around the characters of Mr. Ramsey […]

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Short Answers of General Gordon Eminent Victorian

Who was General Gordon? Charles George Gordon was the son of a Lieutenant General and he was a famous general of British Army. When and where was General Gordon born? General Gordon full name is Charles George Gordon and he was born on Jan 28, 1833 in Woolwich nearby London. What are the contents of

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Social Issues presented in short story The Tallest Woman

Story begins with a social issue fear, the fear of so tall as told in these words in the short story “The Tallest Woman” by Maham Javaid “Where she tied her pants – to below the ankle, and yet the pants were ending at her lower calves. Her heartbreak turned into a familiar fear when

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Political and Media Issues presented in short story The Tallest Woman

Note: It is an analytical article about Political and Media Issues that presented in prize winning Short Story The Tallest Women written by Maham Javaid. Political/Governmental Issues presented in short story The Tallest Woman             Maham Javaid has presented many political issues in this short story. One issue is exploitation of peasant farmers by the

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Feminist Issues presented in The Tallest Woman a Short Story

Introduction : Feminist Issues presented in The Tallest Woman a Short Story by Maham javaid is the short analysis with feminist point of view. Introduction to Feminist Movement Feminist movement is divided in three waves. First wave feminist movement, second wave feminist movement and third wave feminist movement. All three waves of feminist movements worked

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Reviews on Short Story “The Tallest Woman” written by Maham Javaid

Short reviews on The tallest Woman a short story by Maham Javaid includes the introduction of the author and the short story. About the Writer of short story “The Tallest Woman”             Maham Javaid is a journalist and a writer. She got her early education from Karachi Grammar School. Then, bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences

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Short Answers of drama Merchant of Venice by Shakespeare

Note: Please you have any question about Merchant of Venice Examination Questions and Short Answers ask in comment. How The Merchant of Venice is a romantic comedy? The Merchant of Venice is a romantic comedy. Because it is rich in romantic elements like the events; lottery of caskets, great and gripping trial scene, young maiden

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Short Answers of “A Passage to India” by E.M. Forster 1

Introduction: A Passage to India Questions & Short Answers provides mostly asked questions in university examinations. Who was Nawab Bahadur in A Passage to India? Nawab Bahadur was a rich landlord in Chandra pore. When Dr. Aziz was arrested and natives were in rage, he handled the situation tactfully. Give a brief character sketch of

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Short Answers of A Passage to India by E.M. Forster

Note: A Passage to India short Answers includes mostly asked questions in different examinations of BS and Master level. Write down the names of three parts of the novel “A Passage to India”? E.M.Forster’s novel “A Passage to India” is divided into three parts. These parts are Mosque, Caves and Temple. Write down at least

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