UGC NET Exam syllabus In Detail for 2021 / UGC NET English Literature Syllabus in Detail/ Important Authors and Ages of literature for ugc net English literature exams

Hey guys I have bring for you ugc net syllabus in detail with authors . Check it out. I. BRITISH LITERATURE Old & Middle English (500-1300 AD) 1. Intro. to Anglo Saxon Period: Historic backgroud,Theme,Styles. 2. Imp. works of Anglo Saxon Period. 3. Intro. To Anglo Norman Period: Historic background, theme,style. 4. Imp. Works ofContinue reading “UGC NET Exam syllabus In Detail for 2021 / UGC NET English Literature Syllabus in Detail/ Important Authors and Ages of literature for ugc net English literature exams”

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William Shakespeare and His Age

Quick Revision Points and important Points for UGC NET English literature Exam . William Shakespeare and His Age Lived during a great period in English history. Reign of the Tudor queen Elizabeth I (1558-1603). England emerged as the leading naval and commercial power of Europe. Defeat of the Spanish Armada in 1588. Spirit of nationalismContinue reading “William Shakespeare and His Age”

Elizabethan Theatre: Beginnings Important Time Period or Time Line of Elizabethan Age and Points

Elizabethan Theatre: Beginnings Early 16th c. travelling actors.Considered vagabonds and thievesLater, a licenses were given to nobles for maintaining actorsThus, acting troupes came into being. Acting Troupes :Played in the courtyards of taverns (called Inn-yards). Temporary stage erected Permanent Theatres. The 1st permanent theatre was James Burbage’s ‘The Theatre’ Theatre Timeline 1564: On April 23Continue reading “Elizabethan Theatre: Beginnings Important Time Period or Time Line of Elizabethan Age and Points”

Works of William Shakespeare . Free Notes and Litchart PDFs on william Shakespeare works.

Important points on william Shakespeare works and free pdf notes. UGC NET PGT English TGT English literature Notes. Early comedies of Shakespeare Love’s Labour’s Lost (printed 1598) No major source.Has elements of comedy of manners Themes Pretensions are deflated.Love conquers all. Unrealistic atmosphere of games and festive play. At the end, characters achieve maturity inContinue reading “Works of William Shakespeare . Free Notes and Litchart PDFs on william Shakespeare works.”

JOHN KEATS(1795-1821) Important Facts about John Keats and His works.

PGT TGT NET English Literature Notes on John Keats and PDFs. Keats’ father was the manager of the livery stables of his father-in-law in Moorfields, and died when he was 8. His mother Frances Jennings remarried but was soon separated from her second husband, and died of TB when he was 14 John was theContinue reading “JOHN KEATS(1795-1821) Important Facts about John Keats and His works.”

Unknown Facts about William Shakespeare. World’s Greatest Dramatist, sonnetier .

William Shakespeare’s life and his works. Important points on william Shakespeare and his works . UGC NET ,PGT ,TGT Notes. Shakespeare: Life William Shakespeare was born the son of John and Mary Arden Shakespeare in a small town, Stratford-upon Avon, 100 miles northwest of London. His father John belonged to a farming family near Stratford.Continue reading “Unknown Facts about William Shakespeare. World’s Greatest Dramatist, sonnetier .”

Disconnect The Connection

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Give me wings

Dreams give me wingsFly among the BirdsDeep along the FishUp high the mountainsDown Earth with the antsWander the world with travellers.Pray with priestGo beyond the sky and meet thee(God),take his permission and return back to earthNe there is no place like My Home. come Back to me.By- Lucky Saxena

THE ALLEGORY OF THE CAVE/ See beyond Boundaries

In the Allegory of the Cave, Plato described symbolically the predicament in which mankind finds itself and proposes a way of salvation. The Allegory presents, in brief form, most of Plato’s major philosophical assumptions: his belief that the world revealed by our senses is not the real world but only a poor copy of it,Continue reading “THE ALLEGORY OF THE CAVE/ See beyond Boundaries”

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