Vol. 1, Issue 1 (2015)
Bacon’s No-Frills prose: A critical look into his decisive insinuation
Author(s): Mohammad Ehsanul Islam Khan
Abstract: The current study finds out the generic philosophy and insinuative standpoints of the most idiosyncratic and legendary essayist of the Elizabethan period Francis Bacon, an English philosopher, social reformer, scientist, lawyer, author, statesman, jurist and father of several scientific schemes. His outstanding prose style possesses insinuations, straightforwardness, sanguinity, tactics, precision, sensibility and clarification. So, his persuasion upon the booklovers is still admired in the modern era. Francis Bacon is multitalented to depict the universal needs of people not only of his contemporary age but also of all ages. His no-frills essays have a great decisive impact on modern people. In the modern moral barrenness, his essays can show us the exact path to survive an unfussy and successful life. This ‘no-frills’ feature makes him unique in the distinction of day-to-day topics in his presentation which is the foremost endeavor to find out in this study.