Literary Theory and Criticism syllabus for English Literature UGC NET JRF exam in Detail

LITERARY THEORY NEW CRITICISM 1. Understanding Literary Theory 2. What is New Criticism? 3. William Empson 4. I.A.Richards 5. Cleanth Brooks 6. F.R.Leavis 7. Wimsatt & Beardley 8. R.P.Blackmur 9. Allen Tate 10. John Crowe Ransom 11. Neo Aristotelian FORMALISM 1. What is Formalism? 2. Victor Shklovsky 3. Boris Echenbaum 4. Yuri Tynyanov 5. RomanContinue reading “Literary Theory and Criticism syllabus for English Literature UGC NET JRF exam in Detail”

Some Basic Terms Coined by Writers in English Literature for UGC NET Exams

Some Basic Terms Coined by Writers in Literature 1. Objective Correlative by T.S.Eliot2. Dissociation of Sensibility by T.S.Eliot3. Willing to Suspension of Disbelief by Coleridge4. Negative Capability by Keats5. American Renaissance by F.O Matthiessen6.Natyashastra by Bharata7. Rasa concept by Bharata8. Kavya Prakasha by Mamata9. Dhvanyaloka or Suggestion by Anandvardhana10. Vakrokti by Kuntaka11. Riti, Guna, KavyalankaraContinue reading “Some Basic Terms Coined by Writers in English Literature for UGC NET Exams”

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111 Terms and their Inventors in Literature

Important Points for PGT TGT NET 2021 Exam: Exam Points. 111 Terms and their Inventors in Literature 1. Art for Art’s Sake by Victor Cousin 2. Dissociation of Sensibility by T.S.Eliot 3. Willing to Suspension of Disbelief by Coleridge 4. Negative Capability by John Keats5. American Renaissance by F.O Matthiessen 6. Natyashastra by Bharata 7.Continue reading “111 Terms and their Inventors in Literature”

Glossary of Terms Part 1

Allegory — The device of using character and/or story elements symbolically to represent an abstraction in addition to the literal meaning. In some allegories, for example, an author may intend the characters to personify an abstraction like hope or freedom. The allegorical meaning usually deals with moral truth or a generalization about human existence. AlliterationContinue reading “Glossary of Terms Part 1”

Literary Terms in a simple Form part 2 / Glossary of Literay Terms Part 2

Glossary of Literay Terms part 2 for UGC NET PGT TGT English literature Exams . Clause — A grammatical unit that contains both a subject and all verb. An independent, or main, clause expresses a complete thought and can stand alone as a sentence. A dependent, or subordinate clause cannot stand alone as a sentenceContinue reading “Literary Terms in a simple Form part 2 / Glossary of Literay Terms Part 2”

Shakespeare’s Famous Lines / Quotes

50 Of Shakespeare’s Most Famous Quotes/Lines for PGT TGT NET JRF English Literature Exam 1. ‘To be, or not to be: that is the question’(Hamlet Act 3, Scene 1) 2. ‘All the world ‘s a stage, and all the men and women merely players. They have their exits and their entrances; And one man inContinue reading “Shakespeare’s Famous Lines / Quotes”

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