Literature

Paradise Lost
Epic Poem by John Milton
The great poet John Milton had a very different view of human pride. As a devout Puritan, he believed in the truth of the Bible´s warning. He ilustrates this warning brilliantly in Paradise Lost. 
Text Analysis: Allusion 
An allusion is a brief reference to a person, place, or event, or to another literary work. Writers often use allusions as a way to enrich your understanding of characters and actions and emphasize important ideas.
Most of the allusions Milton
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Q 3. What is the difference between traditional and non-traditional security? Which category would the creation and sustenance of alliances belong to?
Ans.
Traditional security: External
1.
In the traditional conception of security, the greatest danger to a country is from military threats. 2.The source of this danger is another country which by threatening military action endangers the core values of sovereignty, independence and territorial integrity.3.The security policy is concerned with preventing

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Told

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REDACCIONS

SELECT TWO ENGLISH-TEACHING METHODS AND COMPARE THEM


During the passage of time, the world of education has constantly changed. Different methodologies have been carried out, and also, education has gone through good and bad changes.

In the first place, from many years ago, to study, infinities of lists were presented to the students so that they could learn it by heart. This methodology does not have any good consequence because the student will not learn. It is simply studied for the exam and then

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2.Is bread-making still popular in Goa? How do you know? Ans: Yes, bread-making is still popular in Goa. The author has described about the existence of time-old furnaces and their still burning fire. The Goan society is still having moulders, bread mixers and bakers

4. When would the baker come everyday? Why did the children run to meet him? Ans: The baker would come twice every day, once when he set out in the morning on his selling round, and then again, when he returned after emptying his huge

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The New York Times and the Case of the Disappearing Labor Poet

Last week, readers of the New York Times may have been excited to catch some very excellent literary news, in a report by Aimee Lee Ball titled “The Real Nanny Diaries.” The story concerned a writing workshop for domestic workers currently being held at the Brooklyn Public Library. Participants have come to Brooklyn from climes as remote as the Democratic Republic of Congo, Lithuania, and even Texas. The workshop offers a space for the writers to share their projects and provide each other

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