Category Archives: Cambridge IGCSE English Literature

Cambridge OL English Essays

Cambridge OL English Essays  2  by bunpeiris RAISE YOUR COMPETENCE IN ENGLISH LANGUAGE TO GLOBALLY OPERATIONAL LEVEL [Your day-to-day chit chat English doesn’t get you anywhere up: let your words flow on the paper & ring in the ears.] “Criticize everything that moves” [Now, take it easy: don’t be nasty or negative about everything. All you have to do is, instead […]

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Great Expectations

Great Expectations

Charles Dickens’s Great Expectations   Marginal Comments by bunpeiris Great Expectations: the realization of a dream of a poor orphan. Oh! boy that’s a happy ending. Tell me that again, please. Okey, okey, hang on! The poor orphan boy makes its rich, makes his name, and wins the hand of the loveliest English rose.  What’s more, he was even financed by an […]

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Heart of Darkness

heart-of-darkness

Joseph Conrad’s Heart Of Darkness Marginal Comments by bunpeiris Kurtz is near death; as he dies aboard the river boat in the journey back downstream, to which he was taken in, along with a prodigious pile of ivory, Captain Marlow hears him faintly whisper: “The horror! The horror!” That’s all about Joseph Conrad‘s Heart of Darkness. The horror, ultimate. The humanity in […]

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TUITION IN ENGLISH LITERATURE

English Language Literature Tution by bunpeiris at Kandana

TUITION IN ENGLISH LITERATURE WITH bunpeiris Cambridge, National, Edexcel – OL & AL “Literature is the question minus the answer”, French literary theorist, philosopher, linguist, critic, and semiotician Roland Barthes. [See, you are free to come up with your own answers. nihil timendum est: fear nothing] “Teachers should aim to develop readers, not literary critics” R. E. Probast in the […]

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Shylock

Merchant of Venice

The Demonic Hatred of Shylock by bunpeiris If you prick us, do we not bleed? [MV Act iii, Sc.i] What’s the foremost of the reason for Shylock’s hatred toward Antonio? The main reason for Shylock’s hatred toward Antonio is money. It is not the lack of money, but surplus of money. That was the root cause of Shylock’s hatred towards […]

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