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English / Awesome Rainy Day...
« on: May 31, 2010, 11:38:43 AM »
It’s 6.30 AM the concluding day of May, 2010, a rainy morning…I woke up, it’s raining heavily, I have to go outside, but I don't feel like to go as it’s an awesome starts of the day with a heavy fall of rain drops; with the tune of raindrops my heart wants to listen some heart touching song or music of Tagore. At 8.30 I finally set to go out for my school. I have come to school and have lots of fun with my students, my dearest children...I feel that they are very close to my heart, finally I consider the day a best one in this month...I m feeling very happy students love me very much & vice versa... I wish them a happy & successful life...

English / Re: Some Video Clips on American Poetry
« on: May 31, 2010, 11:03:23 AM »
Thanks Razon Mahmood, thanks for sharing such a wonderfull video with us...

English / Re: "LIFE"
« on: May 08, 2010, 10:26:55 PM »
wow dost,
liked the poem very much...
specially the last two lines...
simple, but true...
...keep writing...

The Title: “Hercules, the strongest man of ancient Greece.”

        Summary: Once there was a great hero named Hercules in ancient Greece. From his very childhood, he was very strong and had extraordinary courage. He had proved his strength and courage in his childhood by killing two gigantic snakes sent by their wicked enemy. He did many extraordinary deeds that made the then King of Greece jealous. He tried to humiliate Hercules. So, he ordered him to kill a lion in a nearby hill. The King thought Hercules would be dead in the attempt of killing the lion. But he successfully killed the lion and proved the King wrong. The King praised his courage and strength and rewarded him.

        Critical Comments: In the ancient time, a person used to be judged, honored and facilitated by his physical strength, courage and intellect. The energetic and courageous used to rule the country and control others. To prove his strength, intelligence and courage, he had to compete with other people or gigantic animals. The strong and courageous were favored by the rulers.

        Moral: A person having strength, courage and intelligence can win everything.

Submitted by:
Krishna Chandra
ID: 093-22-130
Course Title: Post Colonial Literature and Literature.
Batch: 18th.

English / Re: The Real Princess [ Assignment]
« on: April 18, 2010, 09:22:28 PM »
Thanks for your comment Mam, I will be more careful from the next.

English / The Real Princess [ Assignment]
« on: April 17, 2010, 11:54:08 PM »
Topic: The Real Princess

Summary of the Story:

There was a Prince who wished to marry a real Princess. For that he searched all over the world but didn’t find such real Princess with whom he can be married with. With a sad heart he came back home. All on a sudden, in a stormy evening he found a Princess knocking at the gate of the palace. She was standing before the gate of the palace. The old Queen made a trick and found her a real Princess indeed.

Critical Analysis:

“The Real Princess” is a story of a Prince who was in search of a real Princess to be married with. When he was in sad mood getting no one as he wished, through a very tricky way the old Queen managed to find out a real Princess at the end of the story. The story discovers that through bahaviour we can know about one’s culture and family status.

Moral of the Story:

“The tree is known by its fruits” or behaviour shows the family background.

Submitted by:
Name: Mohammad Shahjalal Zilani
ID: 101-22-144
Batch: 19th
Course Title: Post Colonial Literature and Theory
Course Code: Eng-514

English / Re: Colour (a poem)
« on: April 01, 2010, 05:02:12 PM »
nice poem...

English / “You…in my Heart” (Poem)
« on: March 12, 2010, 03:00:45 PM »
“You…in my Heart”

In every moments
I thought
I forgot you…
I realize later
The fact…
I remembered you
Every beats of my heart…

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