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Where The Mind Is With Our Fear || Flax Golden Tales | Four Levels of Interpretation

Flax Golden Tales, Mind With our fear

Level: BA/BBS | Lesson 51 Where The Mind is With Out Fear (Rabindra Nath Tagore, India 1861-1941) Word Meanings stretches = expands fragments = pieces perfection = completeness dreary = sadness stream = small river striving = effort Summary In this prayer, Tagore expresses his wishes for his country to be heaven of freedom like … Read moreWhere The Mind Is With Our Fear || Flax Golden Tales | Four Levels of Interpretation

Ethics || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

Flax Golden Tales, Ethics

Level: BA/BBS | Lesson 50 Ethics (Linda Pastan, USA, 1932) Word Meanings fall = autumn season opt = select eschew = to avoid radiant = bright burden = load Summary This poem was composed by Linda Pastan. In her poem she says that while visiting a museum and looking at a Rambrandt paining, she remembers … Read moreEthics || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

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 = write Paste = stick Fragrance = smell Unnamable = unfriendly Roam = wander Stout … Read moreA Painful Case | Flax Golden Tales | Four Levels of Interpretation

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 = facilities Mundane = ordinary Immerse = absorb Rinse = wash Elicit = come out Summary … Read moreThe Telegram On The Table || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

Piano || Flax Golden Tales || Four Levels of Interpretation

Flax Golden Tales, Piano

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 44 Piano (David Herbert Lawrence, England 1885-1930) Words Meaning Dusk = twilight String = tightly stretched cords Poised = balanced Is spite of = despite Mastery = efficiency Betray = show Belong to = connected to Parlor = siting room Vain = useless Burst into = start suddenly Clamor = … Read morePiano || Flax Golden Tales || Four Levels of Interpretation

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 = like very much Thine = your State = condition Preserved = protected Lust = … Read moreTo His Coy Mistress || Flax Golden Tales || Four Levels of Interpretation

Science And The “Spirits || Flax Golden Tales || Four Levels

Flax Golden Tales, Science Spirits

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 36 Science And The “Spirits” (John Tyndall F.R.S., England 1820-1893) Words Meaning Spirit = soul Phenomena = event Urge = request Sketch = article Attempt = make effort Conduct = guide Unbelief = doubt By no means = not at all Accumulation = collection Manifestation = appearance Preconceived = predetermined … Read moreScience And The “Spirits || Flax Golden Tales || Four Levels

A Tale || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

A Tale, Flax Golden Tales

Level: BA/BBS | Lesson 48 A Tale (Bishweshwar Prasad Koirala, Nepal 1941-1982) (Translated and edited by Shreedhar Lohani) Word Meanings tale = story demon = ghost ally = friend celestial = heavenly lofty = valuable sparkling = shining transcend = to go beyond sought = looked triumph = win eventually = finally achieve = get … Read moreA Tale || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales

To Know A Fly || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales Lesson 33

Flax Golden Tales, To know fly

Level: B.A/ B.B.S || Lesson 33 To Know A Fly (Vincent Dethier 1951-1993) Words Meaning Fly = an insect Sewer = drainage Garbage = dirt Cans = containers Germs = insects Righteousness = honesty Vessel = ship Archly = naughty Expedition = journey Commerce = start Alter = change Replete = full Suffice = be … Read moreTo Know A Fly || Four Levels of Interpretation || Flax Golden Tales Lesson 33