Essays

Multiple Endings in John Fowles’s The French Lieutenant’s Woman

A masterful postmodern plot set in the repressive backdrop of the Victorian era is what a reader will get in John Fowles’s The French Lieutenant’s Woman. The convoluted contrivance is amply justified by introduction of existentialism and a truly inventive multiple endings by which the author leaves a huge scope of interpretation for the readers …

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Providing governance

India achieved independence in 1947 and in the beginning the country was dominated by a single party, The Indian National Congress (INC). The influence of the party can be gauged from the fact that the INC ruled democratic India from 1952-1977. Yet, the INC, with representatives from across the cross section of the society, had …

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Ethnocentrism & culture

Ethnocentrism is a belief that one’s own culture, policies, ideas and language is better than others. In this age of Globalization, MNC need to address and educate workers on the differences in cultures and norms so as to better equip them to operate successfully in a foreign environment. Ethical relativism is a theory which suggests …

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Revisiting America, Readings in Race, Culture, and Conflict

Race and diversity are the characteristic of a truly metropolitan region where different people form varying ethnicities and races co-inhabit peacefully. However the differences between the people can make way for tension, disparity and often varying perception and way of thinking that result in racial conflicts. The book by Susan Wyle titled ‘Revisiting America, Readings …

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