A Painful Case | Flax Golden Tales | Four Levels of Interpretation

Flax Golden Tales, Painful Case

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 46 A Painful Case (James Joyce, Ireland 1882-1941) Words Meaning Cause = reason Pretentious = showy Somber = dark Distillery = wine factory Shallow = not deep Lofty = very high Sheaf = bundle Inscribe… Continue Reading

The Telegram On The Table || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

Flax Golden Tales, The Telegram On The Table

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 45 The Telegram On The Table (Parashu Pradhan, Nepal 1943) Words Meaning Multifarious = many Flagging = declining Dawn = early morning Menial = unskilled Convention = tradition Nonetheless = in spite of Amentias =… Continue Reading

To His Coy Mistress || Flax Golden Tales || Four Levels of Interpretation

Flax Golden Tales, Coy Mistress

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 43 To His Coy Mistress (Andrew Marvell, England 1621-1678) Words Meaning Coy = shy Germ stone = coral Mistress = beloved Coyness = shyness Conversion = religion change Empire = kingdom Thy = your Adore… Continue Reading

What is Intelligence Any Way? || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

Flax Golden Tales, Intelligence

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 41 What is Intelligence Any Way? (Issac Asimov, USA 1920-1992) Words Meaning Intelligence = wisdom Base = head quarters Fuss = excitement Hastened = hurried Oracle = prophecy Took in for granted = supposed Buck… Continue Reading

Keeping Errors At Bay || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

Flax Golden Tales, Keeping Errors

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 39 Keeping Errors At Bay (Bertrand Russell, England 1872-1970) Words Meaning Errors = wrong doing Avoid = to remove Proned = habituate Keep at bay = keep an enemy at a distance Genius = extraordinary… Continue Reading

Mr. Know All || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

Flax Golden Tales, Mr. Know All

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 38 Mr. Know All (W. Somerset Maugham, England 1874-1965) Words Meaning Accommodation = loading, room and food Liners = ship Rigidly = strictly Dismay = despair Wardrobe = stock of clothes Put up with =… Continue Reading

The Stub-Book || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

Flax Golden Tales, Stub Book

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 37 The Stub-Book (Pedro Antonio de Alarcon, Spain 1833-1891) Words Meaning Stub = remains of a cheque or receipt Duke = high rank post Yield = produce Toil = work Linger = delay Scoundrel =… Continue Reading