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Prometheus Unbound – P. B. Shelley – By – K. C. Chakravarti

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Prometheus Unbound *, Original Author – Shelley P.B. , Author – K.C. Chakravarti, Isbn Code – 978-93-86828-10-1

 

Edited with: General Introduction, Introduction, to Prometheus Unbound Text with Paraphrase, Critical Opinions , Explanatory Notes, Questions and Answers. (According to U.G.C. Syllabus as Prescribed)

 

General Introduction

Biographical Sketch of Shelley

Shelley’s Ideas and Beliefs

Shelley’s Works

Shelley as a Romantic Poet

Shelley as an Idealist

The Metaphysical World of Shelley’s Poetry

The Greek Myth: Its New Presentation

Shelley as the Myth-maker

The Doctrine of Necessity in Shelley’s Poetry

The Defeat of Evil: Power of Evil

Platonism in Shelley: Platonism and World Soul

The Nature and Function of Love

Special Introduction

Prometheus Unbound! A Critique

The Abstract of ‘Prometheus Unbound’

Act-wise Detailed Summary

An Analytical Study of Myth

Demogorgon and Satan

Characters

Symbolism and Imagery in ‘Prometheus Unbound’

Platonic Heaven

Structure of the Poem: How far It is a Drama

The Qualities of ‘Prometheus Unbound’

The Way to grasp Ultimate Reality

‘Prometheus Unbound’ as a work of Art

Text with Paraphrase (Act I, II, III, IV)

Explanatory Notes

Model Explanations

Questions and Answers

A Chronology

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Prometheus Unbound *, Original Author – Shelley P.B. , Author – K.C. Chakravarti, Isbn Code – 978-93-86828-10-1

 

Edited with: General Introduction, Introduction, to Prometheus Unbound Text with Paraphrase, Critical Opinions , Explanatory Notes, Questions and Answers. (According to U.G.C. Syllabus as Prescribed)

 

General Introduction

Biographical Sketch of Shelley

Shelley’s Ideas and Beliefs

Shelley’s Works

Shelley as a Romantic Poet

Shelley as an Idealist

The Metaphysical World of Shelley’s Poetry

The Greek Myth: Its New Presentation

Shelley as the Myth-maker

The Doctrine of Necessity in Shelley’s Poetry

The Defeat of Evil: Power of Evil

Platonism in Shelley: Platonism and World Soul

The Nature and Function of Love

Special Introduction

Prometheus Unbound! A Critique

The Abstract of ‘Prometheus Unbound’

Act-wise Detailed Summary

An Analytical Study of Myth

Demogorgon and Satan

Characters

Symbolism and Imagery in ‘Prometheus Unbound’

Platonic Heaven

Structure of the Poem: How far It is a Drama

The Qualities of ‘Prometheus Unbound’

The Way to grasp Ultimate Reality

‘Prometheus Unbound’ as a work of Art

Text with Paraphrase (Act I, II, III, IV)

Explanatory Notes

Model Explanations

Questions and Answers

A Chronology

 

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