Category Archives: English Literature

The Master With An Earring

THE MASTER WITH AN EARRING By bunpeiris “Will stands out not only as the greatest literary light ever, but also the supreme intellect, with the exception of Buddha & Maha Rishi Vyasa, the author of Mahabharata. “Dilshan the cricketing swashbuckler, the only batsman to have a cricketing stroke [Dilscoop] named after him, got it all:will, dash and dare. And he got a diamond in his left […]

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The Golden Kite, the Silver Wind

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The Golden Kite, the Silver Wind “The Golden Kite, the Silver Wind” was written during the Cold War, a period of intense rivalry between the United States and the former Soviet Union that shaped the politics in the second half of the twentieth century. During this time, each action by one country-the creation of a weapon, the launching of a […]

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The Jade Peony

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Little Gems of Literature: Holiday reading for Grade 8,9,10 & 11 with bunpeiris in April, August & December at Kandana bunpeiris@gmail.com  0777 1000 60 The Jade Peony by Wayson Choy   When Grandmama died at 83 our whole household held its breath. She had promised us a sign her leaving, final proof that her present life had ended well. My parents […]

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My English

Little Gems of Literature: Holiday reading for Grade 8,9,10 & 11 with bunpeiris in April, August & December at Kandana. bunpeiris@gmail.com  0777 1000 60 Julia Alvarez When her family fled the Domnican  Republic and returned to new York, Julia Alvarez was ten years old, and Spanish was her primary language. Painfully aware of  not fitting in, Julia took refuge in reading […]

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Becoming cultured, literate and armed

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Becoming Bun: Benevolence   Stand Out Amidst The Literary Elite To Save Our Nation. written by bunpeiris We, The People, Must Become Bun: Cultured, Literate & Armed Today Sri Lanka being under the hammer of western powers and Sinhalese being one of the endangered species of the world, as bun, among many others profess that is, it is high time for the […]

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Tuition Cambridge Checkpoint English, OL, Literature

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Tuition: Cambridge Checkpoint English For Grade 6,7 & 8 Paving the way to an ‘A*’  in Cambridge OL & AL English Language bunpeiris Cut the path to Cambridge OL English Language [1*]  beginning with grade 6 [Age 11-14]: plan for A* in Cambridge International examinations GCE Ordinary Level English Language. Cambridge Secondary 1 Checkpoint test: English as a second language The […]

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Teaching & Learning Literature

 Teaching & Learning Literature REQUIREMENTS, APPRECIATIONS AND EXPERIENCES  by bunpeiris Stories tell us how to live. Literature being all about us, the human race; being trained upon of the tragicomedy of the lonely race with intelligent aliens yet to be found for company; being homed in on the march of folly throughout their millenniums of history; being bullseyed on the human condition, to introduce this man-made treasure […]

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Ancient Literary Criticism

Ancient Literary Criticism  by Casper C. de Jonge Throughout Antiquity, Greeks and Romans interpreted, analyzed, and evaluated the texts of poets and prose writers. They formulated ideas about the nature of poetry, its effects, and its function in society. They also developed theories on the effective composition of prose texts, and they commented on the style of orators, historians, and philosophers. […]

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