Post Early for Christmas by R. H. Wood: Summary and Analysis

‘Post Early for Christmas’ by R. H. Wood is a hilarious play that brims with funny characters, humorous situations and witty dialogues. The title seems to be a warning to the people who hurry at the last minute to send Christmas presents to their dear and near ones. Through an interesting series of events that

An Analysis of Thaisa Frank’s ‘Conceptual Fruit’

Summary, analysis, and review of Conceptual Fruit by Thaisa Frank, a strange mixture of technology, sentiment, and social realism. The story appears in the collection Sleeping in Velvet. Thaisa Frank’s Conceptual Fruit is a deeply touching story that leaves a pang in the readers’ minds. It tells us about a caring father who desperately hopes

Going out for a Walk by Max Beerbohm: Summary and Analysis

Here is a summary, analysis, and review of ‘Going out for a Walk’ by Max Beerbohm, a charming little essay that amuses the readers with its easy personal tone and newness of observation. Max Beerbohm’s ‘Going out for a Walk’ is a delicately humorous essay on the ridiculous vanity of going out for a walk. Beerbohm challenges

His First Flight by Liam O’ Flaherty: Summary and Review

Here is a summary and review of His First Flight by Liam O’ Flaherty, a magnificent story on the need for courage and self-confidence. ‘His First Flight’ by Liam O’ Flaherty is a true parable about overcoming fears in life. Every journey of a thousand miles begins with but a single step. But that single step is the most

The Reason by E.V. Lucas: Summary and Review

Here is a summary and review of The Reason by E.V Lucas, a magnificent essay on the lack of unity among human beings. E.V Lucas’s The Reason is an essay written in the lighter vein. It tells us humorously how the unity and cooperation of animals helped the rabbits to scoot away from the hunter. The

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