GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English History of English Literature Study Material (Page 17 of 26)

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Sudraka: Mrichhakatika

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  • Mrichchhakatika or The Little Clay Cart is an ancient Sanskrit play written by King Shūdraka (Ujjayini) in around 3rd century A. D. It is one of the oldest of all the so far known Sanskrit plays in Indian Literature.
  • Kalidasa, Shudraka, Bhavabhuti — assuredly, these are the greatest names in the history of the Indian drama. So different are these men, and so great, that it is not possible to assert for any one of them such supremacy as Shakespeare holds in the English drama.
  • Kalidasa – the gr…

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Minority Discourses and New Writings in English

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  • Minorities are recognized as religious, ethnic, racial, linguistic and cultural groups who are different by their culture, religion, ethnicity and language from the dominant or majority section of people who holds power in the society.
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