Entrepreneurship Class XI (English) Poonam Gandhi 2021-2022

Entrepreneurship Class XI (English) Poonam Gandhi 2021-2022

Author: VK Global Publications Pvt Ltd

Publisher: VK Global Publications

ISBN: 9789387958326

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 232

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From the publisher VK global publications Pvt. limited Is a household name now. Established in 1979, with more than three decades of leadership in the area of economics and commerce, we take pride in claiming that we continue with the unstirred readership in the country. Specialising in the area of economics and commerce, we are not averse to the idea of diversification. Keeping this in view, more than a decade ago, a series of 'exam idea' Was launched in all the subjects For classes IX -XII however, success of our publication is admittedly due to prudent prolific writers. We have resource-pool of reputed authors, who leave no stone unturned in bringing out the best of study material, which makes our readers versatile in their thought processes and equips them with the exam-oriented acumen. Thousands of acknowledgment and accolades that we receive every year from our readers are a good testimony to the efforts and trustworthy endeavours of our authors the book has been designed topic and subtopic-wise, keeping the students’ needs in mind.

Silas Marner

Silas Marner

Author: George Eliot

Publisher: BookRix

ISBN: 9783736803787

Category: Fiction

Page: 285

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Silas Marner is the third novel by George Eliot, published in 1861. An outwardly simple tale of a linen weaver, it is notable for its strong realism and its sophisticated treatment of a variety of issues ranging from religion to industrialisation to community. In Silas Marner, Eliot combines symbolism with a historically precise setting to create a tale of love and hope. On one level, the book has a strong moral tract: the bad character, Dunstan Cass, gets his just deserts, while the pitiable character, Silas Marner, is ultimately richly rewarded, and his miserliness corrected. The novel explores the issues of redemptive love, the notion of community, the role of religion, the status of the gentry and family, and impacts of industrialisation. While religion and religious devotion play a strong part in this text, Eliot concerns herself with matters of ethics and interdependence of faith and community.