‘The Alchemist’ : The Unexpected Transformations of 1600s
13Jul

‘The Alchemist’ : The Unexpected Transformations of 1600s

“I hate traditions; I do not trust them— Peace They are Popish, all! I will not peace. I will not— Ananias. Please the profane; to grieve the godly; I may not”. Ananias and Tribulation Wholesome, The Alchemist ‘The Alchemist’  is a comic play scripted ✍️ by Ben Johnson, the contemporary […]

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“Don’t quit. It will happen one day”. Chetan Bhagat published his sixth novel 📖 ‘Half Girlfriend‘ on 📆 1 October 2014 under Rupa Publications. The novel revolves around the love story ❤️ between Madhav Jha from the rural side 🏘️ of Bihari and Riya Somani, the city girl 🏙️ from […]

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