On Contraction of Time and Space

When we have a closer look at nature’s cycle, we find that the rhythm of life and universe is processing as part of a huge system that unravels itself to even a larger one. Gregg Braden, an American author of New Age literature, suggests that “the experience of day, night and the seasons offers a... Continue Reading →

Shift in Spatial and Temporal Understanding in the Global World

David Greig’s play Europe opens with Sava and Katia’s arrival in a “small decaying provincial town in Europe” (4). They have travelled so long to find a place where they “can get lost” (28). Adele, a young woman who yearns to travel, aspires their liberty. The subjects of the play are still relevant to the... Continue Reading →

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