Urdu literature Essays

  • Transitivity Analysis

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    Transitivity analysis of law of Punjab Government and its urdu translation Introduction: This study is all about transitivity analysis of Provincial legislation and its Urdu translation. Halliday defines “transitivity as the development of old concept of transitive and intransitive verbs” (halliday: 1976:159). Transitivity is key component of first metafunction of systemic functional grammar. Halliday’s idea of transitivity is based on three components, what he calls transitivity process. This

  • Importance Of Literary Translation

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    Part one: Introduction Translation in General: Translation is considered a method of communication. It helps people to communicate all over the world without wasting time or efforts. This communication is achieved by translating texts from different countries and languages. Translation plays a great role in bridging the gaps between the different cultures and nations.Translation plays vital role in understanding among diverse cultures and nations. Literary translation helps these different

  • Intercultural Communication Literature Review

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    2. Literature Review This section will discuss several theories, finding of previous researchers and concepts related to Intercultural sensitivity, culture and the field of Intercultural Communication. The literature review section aims to achieve several objectives. Firstly, it plans to define the concepts of Intercultural competence, Intercultural sensitivity and other related terms from the points of view of different researchers. Secondly, it discusses the history of intercultural field and

  • Disadvantages Of Translation

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    Translation is a process of transferring text from one language (SL) to another language (TL). In other words, it can be stated that through translation, the idea/thought expressed in one language is represented without deviation and distortion in another language. Translation is a very complex activity. The process of translation is much more complex than any other language/literary activity and this demands that the translator should be proficient in the two languages concerned viz., source language

  • Metaphors We Live Analysis

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    According to Metaphors We Live By by George Lakoff and Mark Johnson, metaphors are used for “understanding and experiencing one kind of thing in terms of another” (pg 6). In other words, a metaphor is explaining or describing one thing as if it was something else. They explain two kinds of metaphors in the book. The first type of metaphor that the book mentions is a “structural metaphor” in which “one concept is metaphorically structured in terms of another” (pg 15). The other type the book mentions

  • A Bird And Firefly Poem Analysis

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    1) Eik Gaye aur Bakri: Iqbal wrote this poem in a very interesting way by attributing the cow and goat as talking being. He conveyed the message of the poem in very easy and simple way through the dialogue or conversation between these two. In this poem, when a goat met to cow asked her well being. But the cow complained against, his owner, which was not true because man provided her a good living condition, food, shelter and protection from danger and wilderness. In the same way as man often complaints

  • Discourse Coherence

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    4.3 Discourse Coherence based on the Multimodal Metaphors According to the knowledge of discourse coherence, we have known that coherence can be divided into surface level and deep level. This thesis will discuss the discourse coherence from two aspects: cohesion at surface language and structure level and coherence at the meaning level based on multimodal metaphors constructed above. 4.3.1 Cohesion in the Surface Level Cohesion is also a semantic concept, which is realized by

  • Framing Narrative In Translation

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    Translation is considered a method of communication. It helps people to communicate all over the world without wasting time or efforts.This communication is achieved by translating texts from different countries and languages. Translation plays a great role in bridging the gaps between the different cultures and nations. Translation plays vital role in understanding among diverse cultures and nations. Literary translation helps these different cultures reach a compromise. Literary translations in

  • Analysis Of Bhagat's The Three Mistakes Of My Life

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    When she comes to know that her husband loves some other woman of Delhi, immediately breaks her relation with him and goes to Chandigarh with Esha everlastingly. Other novelists might have discovered the creases within the makeup of the smiling faces. Bhagat has traced the shocking causes of the dried up tears in the glowing eyes of the people of the glamour world. Bhagat’s The Three Mistakes of My Life is a novel of the gloomy passion. It records the sexual courage of the woman character. It unites

  • Essay On Responsibility Of Youth

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    Introduction Youth is the time of life when one is young with characteristic of freshness, vigour, spirit, enthusiasm, and ambitious with age range between 15 to 35 years. Youth is period within which one develops his or her identity and adopts a personal value system. In a report as on November 2014 of United Nations, India has a world’s largest youth population with 356 million i.e. 35.60 crores 10-24 years. India has more than 50% of its population below the age of 25 and more than 65% below the

  • English Language Threat

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    English Language: A Threat to Educational System and Cultural Identity of Countries Language is a significant part of everyone’s life. For communicating locally as well as internationally. Therefore, in order to communicate with other countries around the world, it was important to use worldwide language, a language that could connect the world. Over the last 60 years, English is global language that the entire world uses to communicate with. Many believe that the English language is an essay and

  • Causes Of Child Trafficking Essay

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    Causes of child trafficking are multiple and complex. However, some of the common causes are poverty, lack of employment opportunities, low social status of the girl child, a general lack of education and awareness, inadequate legislation, and weak law enforcement agencies. There are certain other cultural factors that are responsible for child trafficking. Sometimes it becomes difficult to distinguish between the cause and the purpose. Causes of child trafficking may be determined by main

  • Essay About Malaysian Literature

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    Malaysian literature in English is literary works such as poems, short stories, novels, dramas and plays written in the Malaysian context by anyone in the world. Should one have asked why Malaysia Literature should be read is because of its immeasurable culture and customs architectured artistically by people of different social backgrounds. In this assignment, thou shall be divulged to a Malaysian literary figure who has taken Malaysian literature to a whole new level. According to Thilakarathne

  • Kushwant Singh Short Story

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    The story is set in India and it's a short story. It reflects upon the segregation in India throughout the 19th and 20th century. It's written by Kushwant Singh in 1950. There's definitely a clear karma theme in the short story, hence the title. There's also egoism, pride and segregation because the main character, Sir Mohan Lal, feels superior to his wife, Lachmi Lal. Sir Mohan Lal is our main character. He's originally Indian, but he wants to be English as we can see in the text “He was fond of

  • Andha Yug: Age Of Blindness

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    swasti sharma “There is a dark abyss in each of us where a ferocious beast —a blind beast who is the master of all we know and do— resides and has his home. Morality, honor, selflessness, and surrender to Krishna are mere disguises —masks that cover our blindness. They are like sightless eyes cut out of rags and stitched on the faces of puppets (Bharati, p.15)”. The break-up of British India was incorporated in the Indian Independence Act 1947 and resulted in the disintegration of the British Raj

  • Essay About My Heritage

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    My heritage. What does your heritage mean to you? My heritage is my identity; a Sri Lankan Muslim. I am proud to be the fifth generation Sri Lankan Moor in my family. Growing up abroad I have learned to treasure my heritage immensely and made an effort to understand it because it identifies me. Religion is a vital part of the Sri Lankan heritage and identification due to the abundant number of religious sites. Yes, Buddhism is the dominant religion, however, due to my ancestors’ settlements, my

  • Essay On Bollywood Siblings

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    Sibling Bond: Top 20 Real Life Bollywood Siblings I know it isn't Raksha Bandhan yet, to write about Bollywood siblings, but after watching Dil Dhadakne Do on my laptop last night, I decided to dedicate a post on Bollywood siblings. It is said that sibling is the only enemy you cannot live without. There are some siblings who are like Tom and Jerry whereas some are sugar coated honey munchkins (wonder how they manage to be that). So, folks take a look at our top 20 B-town siblings and their strong

  • Mahmoud Darwish Conceptual Metaphor

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    I- Introduction “The metaphor for Palestine is stronger than the Palestine of reality”, said the Palestinian poet Mahmoud Darwish who was exiled from his country in 1948 to show that he considered Palestine as a metaphor for both his passion and his misery; his passion because he loved his country and his misery because of his exile. Darwish is the most praised poet in the Arab world and his love and attachment towards Palestine are what contributed to his literary accomplishments, for which he has

  • Lexical Sylistics In English

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    the poetry of Ibn-e-Insha, with a view to describe the massive use of Indic elements in his poetry. Ibn-e-Insha (انشاء ابن ,(is a super famous Pakistani Urdu poet in performing his ideas through his poem in the Urdu literature, Insha was not just an Urdu poet however he also known for his humorist, travelogue writer and columnist aptitudes. His Urdu-Hindi complex poetic style of language was acclaimed in young generation most. Here our focus is on finding out the literary

  • What Is A Postcolonia

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    Thesis Proposal HYBRIDITY AND IDENTITY CRISIS IN POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF ALI AKBAR NATIQ’S WHAT WILL YOU GIVE FOR THIS BEAUTY? University of Lahore Supervised by : Dr. Saeed Ur Rehman Submited by: Hifsa Iqbal M.Phil English Literature Semester III Registration No. PEL 01163002 HYBRIDITY AND IDENTITY CRISIS IN POSTCOLONIAL LITERATURE: A QUALITATIVE ANALYSIS OF ALI AKBAR NATIQ’S WHAT WILL YOU GIVE FOR THIS BEAUTY? Introduction: Postcolonial does not mean after