My Lost Dollar

Stephen Leacock is famous for his humourous writing which is marked by his keen observation and deep understanding of human character. In My Lost Dollar the title itself is funny since the writer refers to a dollar as 'mine' though he has given it away to a friend. Mr. Todd, a friend, borrowed a dollar … Continue reading My Lost Dollar


Shakespeare and Othello

Othello, the Moor of Venice William Shakespeare One night Iago and Roderigo, two army officers of Venice tell Brabantio, the governor that his daughter Desdemona has been stolen away by Othello, the commander of the Venetian army. Brabantio, with some soldiers, meets Othello on the street and they decide to take their argument to the … Continue reading Shakespeare and Othello