Jane Eyre

Jane Eyre review

(A review by Sidharth Vardhanof ‘Jane Eyre’ by Charlotte BronteNovel first published in 1847Review first written on May 12, 2014) Initially published under the pseudonym Currer Bell in 1847, Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre tells story of its titular character. “Do you never laugh, Miss Eyre?” Charlotte Bronte Something that is… Read More »Jane Eyre review

Sidharth Vardhan


June 20, 2021 What is life without wings? Suffer one must on ground or in sky but at least one could fly to new places. What I yearn for is something beautiful that mere experience of it is immersing. Something so full of life that it makes one forget the… Read More »Wings

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Difference Between Introverted and Extroverted Intuition

It is easy to confuse the two because they have have a number of similarities. For example: 1. they are both information gathering functions. 2. Like all information gathering functions, they are both involuntary – that is they both gather information on their own, you have little control over what… Read More »Difference Between Introverted and Extroverted Intuition

Sidharth Vardhan

Dreams and Perversions

(A review of‘The Interpretation Of Dreams’ (1899)by Sigmund Freud,First written on July 16, 2020) A detailed investigation of dreams in which Freud discovered a way of exploring the unconscious, recognized that dreams, like neurotic symptoms, are products of a conflict and compromise between conscious and unconscious impulses and was able to… Read More »Dreams and Perversions