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The Concept of Literary Sublime Reflected in Select Works of William Wordsworth, S.T. Coleridge and John Keats


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Although the 1st century B.C.E. (supposedly) concept of the sublime almost demands the tedious following of a refined rulebook, the 1st and 2nd generation Romantic poets have individually or unitedly catered to the requirements of the same and have enabled readers, through their works, to experience true sublimity in literature, especially in poetry. Minor digressions are the result of flexibility in demand in later, more rational times, but the essence has remained untainted through both experimental works and pieces that have a more traditional touch.

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URSULA BRANGWEN AND HERMIONE RODDICE - WOMEN OF THE TWO WORLDS


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"Women In Love", D.H. Lawrence's famous, yet quite criticized novel, published in the year 1920, not only provides us with the various consequences of marriage, courtship, heterosexual and homosexual romance, but also presents us with two important characters - Ursula Brangwen and Hermione Roddice, who through their contrasting characteristics, portray how certain actions have the power to change the course of one's life entirely.

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New Gods For Old? (Part One: The Problem of Faith in a Secular World)


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This is a review essay, focusing on three very different, but equally remarkable books about the place of religion in contemporary culture: 1. Faith In Film: Christianity and Classic European Cinema, by Mark Le Fanu 2. Strange Rites: New Religions For a Godless World, by Isabella Tara Burton, and 3. Two Dozen (or So) Arguments For God: The Plantinga Project, edited by Jerry Walls and Trent Dougherty.

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