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Default Notes Of English Literature

Anglo-saxon Period
Difference between Classicism, Neoclassicism and Romanticism?
Modern Literature (1900-1961)
Modern Drama
Modern Novel and Novelists


POETRY
Poetry Terminology
Critical Appreciation

GEOFFREY
CHAUCER

Chaucer: Art of Characterization
Chaucer: Ecclesiastical Characters
Chaucer: A Humorist
Chaucer: Realism
Chaucer: "Nun's Priest's Tale" - Philosophy of Dreams
Chaucer: "Nun's Priest's Tale" - A mock epic

JOHN MILTON
Milton: Treatment of woman in "Paradise Lost"
Milton: Pandemoniun in "Paradise Lost"
Milton: Hell in "Paradise Lost"
Milton: Character of "Satan"
Paradise Lost: A Classical Epic
Paradise Lost: Treatment of women

ALEXANDER POPE
ROTL: Significance of Cave of Spleen
ROTL: A Comic Epic
ROTL: Social Satire
ROTL: Supernatural Machinery


JOHN DONNE

John Donne a metaphysical poet
John Donne: a love poet

JOHN KEATS
Salient features of Keats' poetry
“Ode on Indolence” as a weaker ode (Keats)
Keats' Sensuousness
Keats – Arts Versus Life
Beauty is truth, truth beauty
Keats' concept of beauty

ROBERT BROWNING
Robert Browning: Dramatic Monologue
Robert Browning: Obscurity
Robert Browning: Optimism
Robert Browning: Soul Dissection

PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY
Shelley as a revolutionary poet
Shelley's Lyricism
Shelley's Abstractness & Visionary Idealism
Shelley's Love For Nature
Shelley: A Poet Of Love
Shelley: A Revolutionary Poet

WILLIAM BUTLER YEATS
Yeats as a modern poet
Yeats as a romantic poet
Yeats' style
Yeats' symbolism
Irish elements in Yeats' poetry
W.b.yeats : Sailing To Byzantium

DRAMA

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
Hamlet-Ophelia relationship
The Rivals: Anti-Sentimental Comedy
The Rivals: Comedy of Manners

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
The Jew of Malta: A Typical Marlovian Tragedy
The Jew of Malta: The World of Malta

SOPHOCLES
Oedipus Rex: Catharsis
Oedipus Rex: Character is Destiny
Oedipus Rex: Hamartia
Oedipus Rex: Role of Chorus
Oedipus Rex: Tragic Irony

SEAN O CASEY
Juno and the Paycock: An Introduction
Juno and the Paycock:A Feministic Play
Juno and the Paycock: Jingoism
Juno and the Paycock: Tragoi-comedy
Juno and the Paycock: O'Casey's Pacifism
Juno and the Paycock: Important Textual Quotations

GEORGE BERNARD SHAW
Arms and the Man: An Introduction
Arms and the Man: Anti-Romantic or Realistic Play
Arms and the Man: Shaw's Plot Construction
Arms and the Man: Bluntschili as a Mouthpiece
Arms and the Man: Theme
Arms and the Man: Title
Arms and the Man: Wit and Humour
Arms and the Man: Important Textual Quotations

HENRIK JOHAN IBSEN
The Wild Duck: Anti-Romantic Play
The Wild Duck: Symbolism
The Wild Duck: Symbols of Lights and Colours
The Wild Duck: Theme of Illusion
The Wild Duck: Title
The Wild Duck: Tragi-comedy
The Wild Duck: Important Textual Quotations

SAMUEL BARCLAY BECKETT
Introduction To Theatre Of Absurd
Waiting For Godot: A tragi-comedy
Structure Of “Waiting For Godot”
Waiting For Godot “existentialism”
Waiting for Godot: Hope for Salvation
“Waiting for Godot”: Realism
Waiting For Godot – As An Absurd Play


NOVEL

JANE AUSTEN
Jane Austen's contribution to English novel
Pride and Prejudice: Jane Austen's Moral Vision
Pride and Prejudice: Love and Marriage Theme
Pride and Prejudice: Title
Pride and Prejudice: Art of Characterization
Pride and Prejudice: Irony
Pride and Prejudice: A Novel With Limited Range

THOMAS HARDY

Tess of the D'Urbervilles: Hardy as a Pessimist
Tess of the D'Urbervilles: Fate and Chance
Tess of the D'Urbervilles: Nature
Tess of the D'Urbervilles: The Peasent World

GEORGE ELIOT (Mary Anne Evans)
George Eliot as a modern novelist
Mill on the Floss: Humour
George Eliot: A Psychologist
George Eliot: A Moralist
The Mill on the Floss: End of the Novel

HENRY FIELDING
Joseph Andrews: Morality
Joseph Andrews: Comic Epic Poem in Prose
JosephAndrews: Humour
Joseph Andrews: A Picareaque
Jospeh Andrews: Realism

JOSEPH CONRAD
Heart of Darkness: Imperialism
Heart of Darkness: Journey to Subconsciousness
Heart of Darkness: Theme of Isolation
Heart of Darkness: Marlow's Symbolic Character
Heart of Darkness: Self Restraint
Heart of Darkness: Symbolism
Heart of Darkness: Theme of Evil
Heart of Darkness: Important Textual Quotations
Heart of Darkness: Significance of Title

PAUL MARK SCOTT
The Jewel in the Crown: Art of Characterization
The Jewel in the Crown: As a Social History
The Jewel in the Crown: Comparison Between Paul Mark Scott and Joseph Conrad
The Jewel in the Crown: Hari Kumar
The Jewel in the Crown: Daphne Manners
The Jewel in the Crown: Objective Reporting
The Jewel in the Crown: Plot
The Jewel in the Crown: Racialism
The Jewel in the Crown: Paul Scott's Technical Integrity
The Jewel in the Crown: The British Attitude
The Jewel in the Crown: The Theme

SIR WILLIAM GERALD GOLDING
Lord of the Flies: An Introduction
Lord of the Flies: Golding's Art of Characterization
Lord of the Flies: Important Textual Quotations

DAME MARGARET DRABBLE
The Ice Age: An Introduction
The Ice Age: Margaret Drabble - A Feminist Writer
The Ice Age: Shifting Sensibility
The Ice Age: Important Textual Quotations


PROSE

FRANCIS BACON
Francis Bacon: Worldly Wisdom
Francis Bacon: Wisest, Brightest, Meanest
Francis Bacon

BERTRAND ARTHUR WILLIAM RUSSELL
Bertrand Russell: Prose Style

JONATHAN SWIFT
Is swift a misanthrope?
Swift's "Gulliver's Travels": A social satire

ALDOUS LEONARD HUXLEY
Aldous Huxley: Prose Style


GILES LYTTON STRACHEY

Lytton Strachey as a biographer
Lytton Strachey's ironic attitude


LITERARY CRITICISM

ARISTOTLE
Aristotle's plot
Aristotle's concept of tragedy
Aristotle's theory of imitation
Aristotle's concept of ideal tragic hero: Hamartia
Aristotle's concept of catharsis

SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
S.T.Coleridge as a critic
S. T. Coleridge: Criticism on Wordsworth's Theory of Poetic Diction
S. T. Coleridge: Imagination and Fancy
Willing Suspension of Disbelief
S. T. Coleridge: Function of Poetry

THOMAS STEARNS ELIOT
T.S.Eliot as a critic
The Metaphysical Poets
T. S. Eliot: Dissociation of sensibility
Objective Co-Relative

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH
William Wordsworth as a critic
Wordsworth theory of poetic diction
Wordsworth's themes of poetry
Wordsworth's conception of poetry
Wordsworth's views on imagination and fancy
William Wordsworth: Poet of nature

AMERICAN LITERATURE

EMILY ELIZABETH DICKENSON
Emily Dickenson: "Immortality" as a flood subject

ROBERT LEE FROST
Robert Fost: Poetic Qualities
Frost's theme of isolation
Frost's treatment of nature
Frost sane realist not a pessimist
Robert Frost: A Modern Poet
Robert Frost: Major Themes

ARTHUR ASHER MILLER
Death of a Salesman: Social Drama
Death of a Salesman: Modern Tragedy
Death of a Salesman: Symbolism
Death of a Salesman: Time Motif
Death of a Salesman: American Dream

WILLIAM CUTHBERT FAULKNER
The Sound and the Fury: The Theme - Decline of A Family
The Sound and the Fury: Shadow Motif
The Sound and the Fury: Time Motif
The Sound and the Fury: Symbolism

EARNEST MILLER HEMINGWAY
Themes of "The Old Man and The Sea"
Form of "The Old Man and The Sea"
Hemingway: Generation Lost
Hemingway's Hero and Code Hero
The Sun Also Rises: Significance of Bull Fighting
The Sun Also Rises: Hemingway's Style
Hemingway's Code Hero
Hemingway's Hero
The Sun Also Rises: The Lost Generation
Hemingway's Wasteland
The Sun Also Rises: The Fishing Trip
The Sun Also Rises: The Title
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POETRY
Donne's The Sun Rising: A Metaphysical and Philosophical Love
Difference between Epic and Mock Epic
The Rape of the Lock as a Mock-heroic Poem

NOVEL
Suggested Questions For Tale Of Two Cities

AMERICAN LITERATURE
Explanation Of Ariel Poem By Sylvia Plath
Explanation Of the Poem 'Morning Song By Sylvia
Explanation Of Poem 'The Arrival Of The Bee Box
Explanation Of Poem The Bee Meeting By Sylvia
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