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Litspring is an educational blog which mainly focus on literature related posts. It includes about poets, poem analysis, prose, fictions and  discussion on various issues related to literature genres. Although it mainly focus on G.C.E (O/L) and G.C.E. (A/L) syllabi in Sri Lanka, We try our level best to spread our knowledge hand in hand with the world. Literature is a vast area which cannot be covered by a simple blog. Our intention is to become a link of world literature while supporting our community.


This blog is intended to publish the author's experiences in relation to literature as a whole. It is not intended to promote or demote any literary genre. The information in the blog is solely based on the blogger's view point therefore there may be arguments for or against. The author of the blog is not responsible the effects or affects with regard to the reliability of the details. The content is free to use for any legal purpose however, the user must hold the responsibility of his or her usage.

The literary genres and images are the properties of the writers and owners therefore, the author of  this blog does not hold the responsibility of improper usage or its results. All the credit should go to the original authors of the genres.

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  1. This site is awesome and helps me a lot. Please include analyses from Othello and July's People too.....

  2. This in response to Sampath's article on "Chitra Fernando, the Lost Treasure" - 20 October 2020. Sampath, I was very moved by your article which quite by chance, my daughter found yesterday! You seem to have researched her background very well. I am Chitra Fernando's sister, Suranganie. I live in London, UK. It made me so happy to know that she was remembered in this way. Your PS is absolutely right. Sri Lanka could not offer her any position worthy of her education and knowledge thereby losing her to Australia who recognised her worth. When she returned from Australia after gaining a Masters Degree, her intention was to give back to the country from where she gained an excellent education, free!! After many frustrated attempts at finding a suitable post that would give her and the country a satisfactory outcome, she eventually gave up. Thank you also for highlighting this aspect of her career. I hope you see this comment. Suranganie (surafernando@aol.com)