Biography of Geoffrey Chaucer, Father of English Literature

Geoffrey Chaucer was a famous English poet, prose writer, and philosopher. He opened new doors in the world of literary influences in the English language. Geoffrey Chaucer is usually remembered as England’s foremost poet and the Canterbury Storyteller. Geoffrey Chaucer’s birth name was Geoffrey Chaucer and the historical year of his birth is 1343. He […]

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Poem “The Song of Reed” Masnavi by Jalaluddin Rumi

A well-known passage from Rumi’s literary masterwork, the “Masnavi,” is “The Song of the Reed.” Rumi used the metaphor of a reed flute in this allegorical poem to represent the yearning of the human soul for oneness with the divine. The reed represents the soul’s separation from its spiritual source by speaking of its desire

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12th Class Translation Paragraphs Unsolved PTB

Translation Paragraphs (Exercise) صبح کے سیر ہماری صحت دولت اور خوشی کے لیے بہترین دوا ہے۔یہ ہمیں تندرست رہنے اور تندرست رکھنے میں مدد دیتی ہے۔یہ ہمیں جوان رکھتی ہے اور ہماری دماغی چوکسی کو بڑھاتی ہے۔جو لوگ صبح کی سیر کرتے ہیں وہ ان لوگوں کے مقابلے زیادہ متحرک ہوتے ہیں جو صبح کی

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Act Wise Summary: Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare

Prologue, Act 1 A chorus narrates the plot of the play. The “ancient grudge” between the Montagues and Capulets, two aristocratic families of Verona, has recently intensified. The dispute will be settled by “a pair of star-crossed lovers” from the two families ending their own lives. The drama narrates the tale of their “death-marked love.”

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