1. bipprork@gmail.com : admin : Biplob Prodhan
  2. ednoub17@gmail.com : Biplob Prodhan : Biplob Prodhan
  3. imransagor338@gmail.com : Imran Hossain Khan : Imran Hossain Khan
  4. friendibookshop123@gmai.com : Jacques Derrida's : Jacques Derrida's
  5. rabbanimasud456@gmail.com : Mr :
  Toni Morrison’s novel “Beloved” portrays the institutionalized dehumanization of slaves during the period of slavery in America. The novel depicts the brutal conditions of slavery and the ways in
Paul D, a former slave and one of the central characters in Toni Morrison’s “Beloved,” plays a critical role in the novel. He represents the struggle of African Americans to
  Racial violence is a prominent theme in Toni Morrison’s “Beloved.” The novel portrays the physical, emotional, and psychological violence inflicted on enslaved African Americans and their descendants, and the
  The title “Beloved” refers to the ghostly presence that haunts Sethe’s home, which is the spirit of her baby daughter whom she killed rather than allow her to be
  Toni Morrison was an American novelist, essayist, editor, and professor who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1993. She wrote several critically acclaimed novels, including “Beloved,” “The
  The ending of Saul Bellow’s novella “Seize the Day” is somewhat ambiguous, and it is open to interpretation whether Tommy Wilhelm finds consolation and salvation at the end. While
  Tommy Wilhelm, the protagonist of Saul Bellow’s novella “Seize the Day,” can be viewed as a victimized hero who struggles to find his place in a society that is
  Saul Bellow’s novella “Seize the Day” can be read as a reflection of contemporary American society during the mid-twentieth century. The story takes place in New York City, a
  Saul Bellow was an American writer who won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1976. He is known for his exploration of the Jewish-American experience and for his darkly
Ernest Hemingway’s novel “The Sun Also Rises” portrays a world in which the traditional idea of masculinity is called into question in the aftermath of World War I. The novel’s


Sat Sun Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri