|Author:||Neeraj V. Murali|
|Title:||Pearl in A Shell: A Collection of Rhythmical Literary piece|
|Format:||mbr mobi txt azw|
|ePUB size:||1313 kb|
|FB2 size:||1558 kb|
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|Publisher:||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; Large Print edition (June 9, 2011)|
Home All Categories Pearl in a Shell: A Collection of Rhythmical Literary Piece. ISBN13: 9781463580094. Pearl in a Shell : A Collection of Rhythmical Literary Piece. This book contains poems about various topics. These poems have been written with an aim to relay about the mythological characters like fairies, pixies, etc and at the same time write about the present world and what happens in it nowadays.
About the Author: Neeraj V Murali is currently doing his class 10 in Rishabh Public School, Mayur Vihar, New Delhi, India. He has travelled across India in his formative years drinking in/taking in the rich tradition and great culture of India. Thus the idea of portraying the beauty of nature and life through literary works has been developing within him throughout. His wholehearted sense of perceiving has been used throughout in this book. His hobbies are reading books, playing keyboard, chess and Badminton. Started writing a fiction novel which is underway has been overtaken by this Poetry collection and become his debut to the literature world. With all the craziness going on in the world, it is refreshing to see someone take a sincere interest in the plight of a race and reach out in a creative way to make his generation think.
Pearl in a Shell: A Collection of Rhythmical Literary Piece. Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform. Pearl in a Shell: A Collection of Rhythmical Literary Piece.
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Itching to write as much as possible. in Delhi, India Offline. Cruising the Curious. A Story by Neeraj V Murali.
PW’s literary debtsto prior biblical novels, or Dickens, or the Rubaiyat of Omar Khayyam-were rarely noted by contemporaries and have gone largely unremarked since then. Biographical narratives have displayed little interest in the literary culture of St. Louis in the early twentieth century, ignoring Curran’s acquaintance with such writers as Sara Teasdale and Fannie Hurst, a context more immediate than Spiritualism for her literary ambitions. One might read the PW text because the voice of it very much wanted to be heard. A volume 30, Odds and Ends of Records and Short Stories by Patience Worth, a collection of miscellaneous PW writings perhaps gathered after Curran’s death, follows the Record but is not continuously paginated.
A seemingly worthless plain abalone shell covered with calcium carbonate is turned into a precious work of art displaying an amazing wealth of colors that have been hidden within it. Behind this incredible metamorphosis lies the creativity and talent of a craftsman. Mother of pearl emits such wonderful colors because the inner lining of the abalone shell, which it is made, consists of transparent crystals of calcium carbonate. These crystals produce iridescent colors when light shines on them, like a prism
These arrangements of qualitatively different syllables are the units of the metre, the repetition of which makes verse. One unit is called a foot. The number of feet in a line varies, but has its limit; it rarely exceeds eight. If the line consist of only one foot it’s called a monometer ; a line consisting of two feet is a dimeter ; three- trimeter ; four- tetrameter ; five- pentameter ; six- hexameter ; seven- septameter ; eight- octameter
a) Compositional Patterns of Rhythmical Arrangement. Metre and Line there is no established principle of English versification/'Eut this statement may apply to almost any branch of linguistic science. And sew them on in a dream. Even a superfluous analysis of the rhythmical structure of this poem clearly shows that the rhythm is mostly founded on stress.
I haven't found a book by Nadia Hashimi that I haven't liked. Maybe it is because I have a preference or fondness toward fiction set in the Middle East or maybe it is because Nadia Hashimi woos me in such a way with her writing, that it is impossible for me to put a book by her down. In The Pearl That Broke Its Shell there are two alternating story lines. Usually when I'm presented with a book written in such a way, I prefer one story to the other. Both stories were equally mesmer I haven't found a book by Nadia Hashimi that I haven't liked.