Anwaar Ahmed

Anwaar Ahmad is a professional writer. He is working with us from last two years. His articles are marvelous and attractive. Especially, the academic articles are helpful for the students. He is best in demonstrating literature. He likes to read books. Reading is his hobby and writing is his passion. He also likes to help students. Feel free to contact him in case you need help.

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  1. August 15, 2019

    […] therefore, he wants to go far away from it. Even he is ready to accept death as witnessed in “Ode to Nightingale”. Sufficiently, poetry of escapism is the name of fleeing from real world and living in the world of […]

  2. August 25, 2019

    […] company of birds, flowers, landscapes, mountains and rivers in his imagination. For example in “Ode to Nightingale”, he creates his imaginative world where he enjoys sweet eternal song of nightingale which provides […]

  3. August 25, 2019

    […] life yet his mood is not sad nor the poem has been written in a gloomy atmosphere. As compared to “Ode to Nightingale”, the poet, in this poem, only talks about beauty. In fact, last lines of the poem compress whole […]

  4. August 25, 2019

    […] life yet his mood is not sad nor has the poem been written in a gloomy atmosphere. As compared to “Ode to Nightingale”, this poem is only about beauty of art. It demonstrates one and only thing viz. […]

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