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Confused Notion of ‘Great’ in Literature

The Notion of 'Great' and Literature What is the notion of 'great' in literature? The one that Aristotle says great? Or the one that T. S. Eliot says great? Or for some, the one that Terry Eagleton says great? As many mouths that many notions... such are the notion of this 'great' in literature. Today, I will write something about this notion. I kept thinking for this for a while [...]

By | April 12th, 2017|Modern Criticism & Literary Theories|2 Comments

EcoCriticism Theory in Literature: Introduction & Analysis

“The poetry of earth is never dead” Poets die; genres change or modify; writing style sees many changes over time; literary trends might change usually… however, the poetry of earth did never die; cannot die ever! This belief of John Keats was justified. Earth has seen ages; the earth has seen civilizations emerging and dying; the earth has seen bombings; the earth has seen disasters… it still stays. Anytime you [...]

By | December 26th, 2016|Modern Criticism & Literary Theories|4 Comments

Structuralism in Literature : An Introduction & Details

Structuralism is a broad concept and me, you or anybody else cannot put it entirely in a single article. That's the most important thing I thought to bring up in the very first line so that you get it first-hand that being a student of literature, you have to focus on structuralism in literature rather than the whole concept of this term (or system). Just to give you a sense [...]

By | November 22nd, 2016|Modern Criticism & Literary Theories|3 Comments

Global Literature

What is Global Literature? If you ask this question to the greatest professor alive, which, unfortunately, is Google, you will get the references directing you towards 'world literature' and if you are lucky to use some broadband, you will end up knowing that 'circulation of books around the world' makes Global Literature happen. Well, I don't buy that argument of whatsoever logic is present in that. There is a certain [...]

By | November 13th, 2016|Modern Criticism & Literary Theories|0 Comments

Modern Literary Theories: A Self-Help Series for English Literature Students

I have often thought about the curriculum of the students of English Literature. Being myself a student of literature (BA and MA), I had the chance to analyse it when I had a little maturity and a little mastery over the subject. The thing that confuses the students most is no doubt the part that deals with ‘literary theory and criticism’. Can someone please dilute it and make it simpler [...]

By | June 23rd, 2016|Modern Criticism & Literary Theories|3 Comments