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From Disgrace to Violent Retribution : Absolon in The Miller’s Tale and Duryodhana of the Mahabharata as Two Sides of the Same Coin

The Canterbury Tales is hailed as the most famous work of Geoffrey Chaucer. The Miller, to the dismay of the host and the company begins his tale to “quiten” the knight’s tale. The stark difference of  the tone and setting is apparent here as the scene shifts from the Knight’s eloquent language to the miller’s… Read more »

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BOOK REVIEW: THE PRODIGAL DAUGHTER

  Author: Jeffrey Archer Place of publication and publisher: United Kingdom- Hodder and Stoughton Original publication date: 1982 -1st edition Pages in original print: 556pp   This book is a sequel to the world wide best seller Kane and Abel. The story is entirely based on Florentyna Rosnovski, the only daughter of the Polish immigrant,… Read more »

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Kane and Abel – Book Review

                                                                         KANE AND ABEL Author: Jeffrey Archer Place of publication and publisher: United Kingdom- Hodder and Stoughton Original publication date:… Read more »