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Sparkling International Journal of Multidisciplinary Research Studies

(A Quarterly Peer Reviewed/Refereed Multidisciplinary Journal)

Volume 3 Issue 3 July - Septemper 2020

THE SOCIOLINGUISTIC PERSPECTIVES OF THE STYLISTIC LIBERATION OF WORDSWORTH

*Sheikh Saifullah Ahmed & ** Deb Proshad Halder

*Lecturer, Department of English and Modern Languages, IUBAT-International University of Business Agriculture and Technology, Dhaka, Bangladesh.

**Lecturer, Department of English, Jashore Govt. Women’s College, Bangladesh.

Abstract


This paper aims to delineate the stylistic richness and liberty prevalent in the texts of the poet, Wordsworth, which are rarely manifested by the contemporaries of Wordsworth grouped as the Romantics due to their distinct thematic and stylistic features. The paper, owing to its quality of content, affords to exhume the metrical discordances, socialized dictions laid by the poet in the body of the poems that the other romantics could not afford so abundantly. It intervenes with the hypothesis that the poetic style exercised by Wordsworth nears to the taste of social stylistic patterning of everyday usages rather than all other romantic poets in the light of poetic style and diction. It aims at interpreting and critically analyzing the content of the poems by Wordsworth and those by the other contemporaries. The study involves theoretical analysis and explanatory interpretation, that claims the development of the facts through researching archives of public libraries, courtrooms, and published academic journals. It is a qualitative content analysis-based research at which secondary data from secondary sources are incorporated. Thus, the paper culminates with the content analysis where it paves to show how distinctively Wordsworth creates the dictions of the poems in order to make them socially inclusive and make the style as free as a fountain that other romantics do not tread.

Keywords


Diction, liberation, romantic, sociolect, style, wordsworth

THE WILLPOWER

Melina Papa

Writer, Foreign Language Teacher, and Translator, Agios Nikolaos, Agrinio, Greece.

Abstract


The Sanazar family lived in beautiful Aleppo. Mohamad runs a department store, in the City center. Young, pretty Sibel fell in love with Mohamad and they got married. Soon they will reap the fruit of their Unique love. Sibel gave birth to their beautiful twins Massa and Omar. Everything went on smoothly, till the Spring of 2011. Mohamad died leaving behind, Sibel and the twins, in God’s Sake. Sibel was forced to double her inner power and to start the journey to the unknown, for a better life, for herself and her twins. They settled in Turkey. Independently of the hardships that she met, having like an indelible weapon her principles and her thirst for a bright future, she will stand by the side of her kids, like a gentle caress upon their backs. Wearing her Soul’s Manpower and by being a Humanity Model, Sibel will inspire her kids, Massa, whose name means Marjoram and Omar, whose name means Life, to fight for a Healthy Society. Massa will become the best Psychologist so that to heal the injured human souls. On the other hand, Omar will become a great lawyer, longing for a fair society, where will rein, Equality, and Justice for all Walks of Life. The Willpower Works Wonders!

Keywords


willpower, heart charmer, principles, equality, justice, healthy society, love.

CREATING A CONDUCIVE WORKPLACE ENVIRONMENT DURING POST COVID PERIOD

Meenakshi Kaushik

Professor, Accurate Group of Institutions, Knowledge Park, Greater Noida, Uttar Pradesh, India.

Abstract


This research paper examines the impact of the COVID-19 outbreak on human life especially on working people’s mental health and emotional well-being leading to restlessness, anxiety, psychological distress, and depression and also suggests few coping strategies to deal with these negative situations and maintaining mental and emotional well-being by making people feel cosy and comfortable by creating a conducive and creative work environment and a healthy work culture by asking their wellbeing and helping and assisting them in all possible ways. It aims at identifying the main stressors during post COVID-19, examining the main moderating factors which may mitigate or aggravate the impact of COVID-19 on people’s mental health. The researcher has used the observation method and this paper is based on secondary sources of data.

Keywords


COVID -19, mental health, emotional well-being, work from home.

ROLE OF RAJAYOGA MEDITATION AND VALUE-BASED EDUCATION FOR ESTABLISHMENT OF A BETTER WORLD

Brahma Kumar Yudhisthir

Associate Professor, Department of Education, Madhav University, Rajasthan, India.

Abstract


The prevailing deteriorating plight of human beings and present decadent state of society and the world have been ascribed, according to the researcher, to two plaguing problems, i.e., the identity crisis of human beings and their dogmatic divorce or isolation from God, the Supreme Soul – the Supreme Father of all souls who is the Supreme Source of all qualities, values, virtues, and powers. This study finds out whether the contributions of the Brahma Kumaris Movement (BKM), especially their technique of Rajayoga practice and Rajayoga Education System (RES) have an effective impact on the transformation of ‘human consciousness’, leading to self-and-societal transformation and thereby to the establishment of a better world. The study investigated the attitudinal responses of two groups of respondents – B. Ks Rajayoga Practitioners (RP) group and Non-B.Ks Rajayoga Non-Practitioners (RNP) group – towards the Rajayogic and value-based educational contributions of (BKM), which is engaged in bringing about holistic self-transformation, societal transformation, and world-transformation.

Keywords


rajayoga meditation, rajayoga education system, holistic self-and-societal transformation, heavenly world, mixed-methods study, soul, values-based-led life.

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