Marxist Criticism // Short notes on Marxist Criticism for ugc net and graduation.

Karl Marx, a German philosopher, and Friedrich Engels, a German Sociologist, were the joint founders of this school of thought. Marx and Engels announced the advent of Communism in their jointly written COMMUNIST MANIFESTO of 1848. The aim of Marxism is to bring about a classless society, based on the common ownership of the meansContinue reading “Marxist Criticism // Short notes on Marxist Criticism for ugc net and graduation.”

Literary Schools and it’s important writers for UGC NET 2021 Exams

Scottish and English Chaucerians Chaucer’s Successors: Thomas Occleve, John Lydgate, John Skelton, Robert Henryson, William Dunbar, Gawain Douglas University Wits Christopher Marlow, John Lyly, Robert Greene, George Peele, Thomas Lodge, and Thomas Nashe. Cavalier Poets Robert Herrick, Carew, Suckling, Lovelace and Waller Godolphin, Randolph Religious Caroline Poets Herbert Crashaw, Henry Vaughan, and Francis Quarles RestorationContinue reading “Literary Schools and it’s important writers for UGC NET 2021 Exams”

Famous Openings lines or Quotes of Novels for UGC NET English literature Exams 2021

“1801. I have just returned from a visit to my landlord – the solitary neighbour that I shall be troubled with.” – Emily Bronte, Wuthering Heights (1847) “124 was spiteful.” – Toni Morrison, Beloved (1987) “A screaming comes across the sky.” – Thomas Pynchon, Gravity’s Rainbow (1973) “All this happened, more or less.” – KurtContinue reading “Famous Openings lines or Quotes of Novels for UGC NET English literature Exams 2021”

45 Important UGC NET English literature Important Points to Remember Part 1

1. The Norman Conquest occurred in 1066. 2. Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales begins with Knight’s tale and ends with Parson’s tale. 3. Chaucer’s Canterbury Tales is based on Boccaccio’s Decameron. 4. The name of the poet who was born during the reign of Edward III, lived through that of Richard II and died in the reignContinue reading “45 Important UGC NET English literature Important Points to Remember Part 1”

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