Category Archives: Flax Golden Tales

Most Probable Questions for Examination | Yudhisthira’s Wisdom | BA, BBS 1st Year

Most Probable Questions for Examination | Yudhisthira’s Wisdom Most Probable Questions for Examination | Yudhisthira’s Wisdom 1. How has been shown the importance of courage and patience to get the victory from the problem in the legend, Yudhisthira Wisdom? Ans: In fact the legend, Yudhisthira Wisdom gives us many moral lessons. Among of them; the best… Read More »

How to Apply Four Levels of Interacting with Texts? | BA, BBS 1st year

How to Apply Four Levels of Interacting with Texts? | BA, BBS 1st year Most of the students in bachelor level they never went to class. So, they didn’t know actually what is four levels of interacting and how to apply four levels of interacting with texts. Especially this notes is for ba, bbs first-year… Read More »

Flax Golden Tales – All Chapters Summary | Four Levels of Interactions

Flax-Golden Tales – All Chapters Summary | Four Levels of Interactions About Flax-Golden Tales Literal Comprehension: We should write literal meaning i.e. we should write who wrote the story when it was written but we shouldn’t write hidden meaning in literal comprehension. Interpretation: We should write the hidden meaning of the text in the interpretation.… Read More »

Curbing the One Eyed-Monster – Four Levels of Interpretation | Flax Golden Tales

Curbing the One Eyed-Monster – Four Levels of Interpretation | Flax-Golden Tales Curbing the One Eyed-Monster – Fiano C. Jenkins, New Zealand (1947-) Literal Comprehension Here one-eyed monster means T.V. In the text, the writer only shows the negative impact of TV on its viewer. To avoid its problem, the essayist requests us to throw the… Read More »

How Sane Are We? – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax Golden Tales

How Sane Are We? – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax-Golden Tales How Sane Are We? – Anuradha Chaudhary, Bangladesh (1947-) Literal Comprehension This essay talks about the environmental damage due to the selfish, commercial and self-destructive nature of human beings in the modern world. Similarly, they cannot make a rational decision. The writer criticizes human… Read More »

To Know A Fly – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax Golden Tales

To Know A Fly – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax-Golden Tales To Know A Fly – Vincent Dethier, USA Literal Comprehension To do experiment in anything, we should pay great attention in objects or things. Otherwise, our conclusion does not get reality. As in example, a scientist thought that a person’s house fell down because… Read More »

The Four-Tusked Elephant – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax Golden Tales

The Four-Tusked Elephant – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax-Golden Tales The Four-Tusked Elephant – Armond Denis, Belgium (1896-1971) Literal Comprehension The narrator was camping in Congo with the two people, Putnam and Texan. In fact, the camp belonged to Putnam. They have heard about the four-tusked elephant living in the forest. He saw Putnam talking… Read More »

Swan Song – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax Golden Tales

Swan Song – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax-Golden Tales Swan Song – Anton Chekhov, Russia (1860-1904) Literal Comprehension Swetlovidov is a famous actor who is 68 years old. He was inside the theatre in his drunken condition. The theatrical performance was already over. The time is the night. Sweltovidov now comes into consciousness and knew… Read More »

Science and the “Spirits” – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax Golden Tales

Science and the “Spirits” – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax-Golden Tales Science and the “Spirits” – John Tyndall F.R.S., England (1820-1893) Literal Comprehension A host invited the writer in London room to interact with medium who was young and sensitive lady. The Lady could interact with dead man’s soul and also create spirit. The writer… Read More »

 A Painful Case – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax Golden Tales

A Painful Case – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax-Golden Tales A Painful Case – James Joyce, Ireland (1882-1941) Literal Comprehension James Duffy was a cashier of a private bank. He had neither companions nor friends. Mr. Duffy was a man with amoral principle. For him, any type of bound was a problem. One day, he… Read More »

The sword of Damocles – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax Golden Tales

The sword of Damocles – Four Levels of Interactions | Flax-Golden Tales The sword of Damocles – Source: Greek Legend Literal Comprehension Dionysius was the mighty and cruel king of Sicily. He was always flattered by his people. He was quite bored with his courtiers flattering. One of the flatterer’s names, Dionysius who always praised the… Read More »