• Cambridge English face2face with Riolta On-Line

    Cambridge English Riolta On-line

    Cambridge English Riolta On Line          CAMBRIDGE ADULT ENGLISH STUDY COURSE: Face2Face Timing: Scheduled to begin in the mid year 2016 Mode of Instruction: [a] 80 percent […]

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  • Cambridge OL English Essays

    Cambridge OL English Essays Part 1 by bunpeiris An essay is a development of an argument, interpretation or analysis brought into the reader, concisely and economically, by way of an enlightening and flowing […]

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    Becoming cultured, literate and armed

    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 […]

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    Tuition Cambridge Checkpoint English, OL, Literature

    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 […]

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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 […]

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  • Multiple Intelligences

    Facets of Intelligence

    Above presentation is developed  and brought to you by bunpeiris. Following article is reproduced herein by the kind courtesy of http://www.tracomcorp.com/blog/more-than-iq-eq-do-we-have-multiple-intelligences/. More Than IQ and EQ – Do We Have Multiple Intelligences? […]

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    Tuition English Language & Literature

      Stand Out Among The Literary Elite: Study English Language & Literature with bunpeiris High quality intensive English language classes grade 6 onwards to OL & AL at Kandana Stand Out […]

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  • 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 […]

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    Literary Criticism: Aristotle onwards

    Literary Criticism:  Aristotle onwards by bunpeiris I bumped into a pile of second-hand books causing one of the books to be swept off the pile. It was a dusty, discoloured […]

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    Rise of English: Liberal Humanism

    Rise of English 1: Liberal Humanism Written by bunpeiris Rise of English 1: Liberal Humanism is the first article of a series of articles titled “Rise of English“. It has […]

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  • Death of the Writer

    The Death of the Author

    The Death of the Author  A Series of Literary Criticism : Article 2   by bunpeiris Roland Barthes’s 1967 revolutionary essay titled “The Death of the Author”, a landmark in literary criticism, a move […]

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    Antigone by Sophocles

    Antigone by Sophocles bunpeiris Like Hamlet, Joan of Arc, Galileo and Sir Thomas More, Antigone inspires us with her courage, fortitude and impenetrable strength of conscience. She stands against the […]

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  • Why Literature

    Learning English Literature

    Learning English Literature by bunpeiris Literature being of the virtue of guiding you all to acquire and develop an inquiring mind, you are free to argue not only on any […]

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    Roles and Responsibilities of a Teacher

    Roles & responsibilities of a teacher by bunpeiris from B. UPUL N. PEIRIS .

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  • Learning and Teaching

    Learning & Teaching

    Learning & teaching strategies used in literature written by bunpeiris Meeting the needs of learners in planning teaching and learning The teachers may avoid possible adverse effects resulting from the […]

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    The Great Sinhalese Novel

    The Great Sinhalese Novel, or The Digital Divine Diary of God Vishnu by bunpeiris Chapter 1 “Sri Lanka’s King Sihabahu’s son, Vijaya from Lal country has reached Lanka, together with seven hundred […]

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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, […]

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    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 […]

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  • FIGURATIVE LANGUAGE

    Figurative language [2]

    Figurative Language [2]: The crazy rain and hot legs by bunpeiris It was cut and & dried at Kurana, Negombo. Pretty cool, as my nieces at Moratuwa say. A half […]

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  • Mojo and Suzanne

    Mojo and Suzanne  A Novel Written by bunpeiris “For never was a story of more woe than this of Suzanne and her Mojo.”  An absolutely stunning angel in a swaying […]

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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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Tuition English Language & Literature

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  Stand Out Among The Literary Elite: Study English Language & Literature with bunpeiris High quality intensive English language classes grade 6 onwards to OL & AL at Kandana Stand Out Among The Literary Elite: Study English Language & Literature with bunpeiris The students are supported with an outstanding private library of language study course books of all levels, Classics, literature, […]

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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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Author of the month: Adrian Doff

Adrian Doff Language in Use A popular and highly acclaimed four level course which both interests and stretches learners. Authors: Adrian Doff, Christopher Jones English Type: British English CEF Level: A1 Beginner/Starter – B2 Upper Intermediate Publication date: 21/11/1991 English Unlimited English Unlimited is a six-level (A1 to C1) goals-based course for adults. Centred on purposeful, real-life objectives, it prepares […]

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23 maps and charts on language

23 maps and charts on language by Dylan Matthews on April 15, 2015 Source:  http://www.vox.com/2014/11/17/7082317/language-maps-charts “The limits of my language,” the philosopher Ludwig Wittgenstein once posited, “mean the limits of my world.” Explaining everything within the limits of the world is probably too ambitious a goal for a list like this. But here are 23 maps and charts that can hopefully […]

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Celtic and the History of the English Language

Celtic and the History of the English Language By Jonathon Owen   Source: Celtic and the History of the English Language A little while ago a link to this list of 23 maps and charts on languagewent around on Twitter. It’s full of interesting stuff on linguistic diversity and the genetic relationships among languages, but there was one chart that bothered […]

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Literary Criticism: Aristotle onwards

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Literary Criticism:  Aristotle onwards by bunpeiris I bumped into a pile of second-hand books causing one of the books to be swept off the pile. It was a dusty, discoloured & dog-eared book titled “Classical criticism“. I wasn’t interested in literary criticism at all then. I was too young to digest the serious stuff; furthermore I felt falling short of the […]

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Rise of English: Liberal Humanism

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Rise of English 1: Liberal Humanism Written by bunpeiris Rise of English 1: Liberal Humanism is the first article of a series of articles titled “Rise of English“. It has dual purposes: to enlighten the readers of the value of English language in the global stage; to bring in the Literature in English closer to your sense of humanity.  A Pan […]

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The Death of the Author

Death of the Writer

The Death of the Author  A Series of Literary Criticism : Article 2   by bunpeiris Roland Barthes’s 1967 revolutionary essay titled “The Death of the Author”, a landmark in literary criticism, a move from structuralism to post-structuralism, argues against traditional literary criticism‘s practice of incorporating the intentions and biographical context of an author in an interpretation of a text. Furthermore, it goes on to argue that writing […]

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Sri Lanka, the Singhalese Buddhist Country

Sri Lanka Singhalese Buddhist Country

Sri Lanka, the Singhalese Buddhist Country Where is it written? It is written in water: in the lifeline of Sri Lanka, the network of thousands of rainwater reservoirs  built by the ancient kings of Sri Lanka. Where is it written? It is writen in stone: in the numerous rock craved colossal buddha statues of Sri Lanka. Where is it written? […]

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Will or Shall

Shall we dance?

Shall We Dance? I will love to. Will or Shall Bobby: Is it the will of the god to make us suffer with will and shall? bun: No, of course not, the god is forever merciful, but you can be very stylish with both will and shall in your pocket. See, would you ever imagine inviting a lady “Will we dance?” Bobby: Oh!, no you are kidding. bun: Exactly, now you […]

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The 100 greatest novels of all time

Reading List

The 100 greatest novels of all time: The list Robert McCrum   http://www.theguardian.com/      Sunday 12 October 200315.27 BST 1. Don Quixote Miguel De Cervantes The story of the gentle knight and his servant Sancho Panza has entranced readers for centuries. • Harold Bloom on Don Quixote – the first modern novel 2. Pilgrim’s Progress John Bunyan The one with the […]

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100 Best Novels by Modern Library

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100 Best Novels: modernlibrary.com Modern Library’s 100 Best Novels is a list of the best English-language novels of the 20th century as selected by the Modern Library, an American publishing company owned by Random House. The Board’s List of 100 Best Novels ULYSSES by James Joyce THE GREAT GATSBY by F. Scott Fitzgerald A PORTRAIT OF THE ARTIST AS A YOUNG MAN by James […]

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