Category: Notes

The Fairy Queen as an Allegory

The Fairy Queen as an Allegory Edmund Spenser the writer of Fairy Queen stands among the greatest writers of the Elizabethan period whose valuable contributions fashioned a new tradition in English literature. Nowadays he is hailed to be one of the chief initiators of the Renaissance movement in English literature. Spenser’s rich and vigorous imagery, and careful treatment of metrical […]

Utilitarianism ‘On Liberty’ John Stuart Mill

‘On Liberty’ Utilitarianism ‘On Liberty’, The canonical statement of Mill’s utilitarianism can be found in Utilitarianism. This philosophy has a long tradition, although Mill’s account is primarily influenced by Jeremy Bentham and Mill’s father James Mill. Mill’s famous formulation of utilitarianism is known as the “greatest-happiness principle”. It holds that one must always act so as […]

Symbolism in A Doll’s House Ibsen

Symbolism in A Doll’s House Ibsen WHAT IS SYMBOLISM? Symbolism is literacy device used by prominent playwrights in history of English literature. Keats, Blake, Shelly, O’Neil and Henrik Ibsen used symbolic representation of subject in conventional or unconventional forms. Poet explores mysties through symbolic representation. In this context  “ Symbolism Manifesto” was written by (Moreas,1986). Furthermore symbolism, […]