Transformation through Love in The Lady with the Dog by Anton Chekhov

The short story The Lady with the Dog by Anton Chekhov reflects the life journey of the protagonists, Anna Sergeevna and Dimitri Dimitritch Gurov, who lastly experience love through feelings of despair and misery. Chekhov focuses on the fate of each character to emphasize the involuntary feelings that gradually turn them into the victims of circumstances. Read more >>

Green Grass, Running Water by Thomas King as a Revival of Indians Cultural Heritage

In the everyday life people often deal with the duality of forms and perceptions. On the primary level, we manage the oral and the written speech. In addition, on the psychological level of self-awaresness the individuals divide the communicative surrounging into We and Them. Moreover, the social level has the duality of rulling elite and common class. Read more >>