The Arms and the Man – a perfect anti-romantic comedy

anti-romantic comedy

George Bernard Shaw’s ‘Arms and the Man’ is a thought-provoking anti-romantic comedy. Shaw has exposed and ridiculed the hollowness of romantic love and the heroic ideals of war in this play. He criticized the romantic notion of various sectors of life- love, soldiering and war in the play. He is witty but at the same …

Blake’s criticism of the societies of his time

Blake's criticism of the societies

Blake’s period witnessed an eventful time in the history of England. The changing economic set up emerging from the industrial growth brought about an entire and fast revolution in the life of the people. But quite paradoxically these changes triggered some unfavorable offshoot of new plights and hardship hurling a large section of people, most …