mamuns di rock

Mamuns di rock

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Date registered: July 17, 2012
URL: http://www.freedomband.webs.com

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  1. The Achievement and Contribution of I. A. Richards as a Critic. — August 21, 2012
  2. An Essay on the New Critics and New Criticism of the Twentieth Century. — August 15, 2012
  3. A Short Note on New Criticism or the New School of Literary Criticism. — August 15, 2012
  4. Achievement of F.R. Leavis as a critic — August 14, 2012
  5. Contribution of F.R. Levis in New Criticism. — August 13, 2012

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  1. Paragraphs and Topic Sentences — 9 comments
  2. Achievement of F.R. Leavis as a critic — 5 comments
  3. Araby by James Joyce — 5 comments
  4. Iliad as an Epic — 4 comments
  5. Contribution of F.R. Levis in New Criticism. — 3 comments

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Aug 21

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The Achievement and Contribution of I. A. Richards as a Critic.

In the twentieth century Anglo-American criticism Ivor Armstrong Richards is the most influential critic. Among the moderns he is the only critic who has expressed a systematic and complete theory of the literary art. According to the view of George Watson, “Richards’ claim to have established Anglo-American New Criticism of the thirties and forties is …

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Aug 15

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An Essay on the New Critics and New Criticism of the Twentieth Century.

During the late twenties and early thirties of the present century, New Criticism was born and cultivated. Sociological or Marxian criticism is regarded as a litterateur, who is considered as a product of the society in which he lived. Generally New Critics are opposed to the biographical, historical, sociological and comparative approach of conventional criticism. …

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Aug 15

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A Short Note on New Criticism or the New School of Literary Criticism.

Introduction: We observe there are various manners and techniques, streams and irritable currents of criticism in style at present. Generally Modern literary criticism has an unclear change and it has been influenced by new discoveries and researches in the field of sciences, sociology, psychology, anthropology, linguistics and philosophy. Psychological Criticism: If we notice in the …

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Aug 14

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Achievement of F.R. Leavis as a critic

Dr. F. R. Levis is a Professor and an academic critic who is also regarded as one of outstanding figures of New Criticism in England. Sometimes his criticism is called ‘Philosophical Criticism’ as it is the reviver of the philosophical criticism whose great supporters were Sidney, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley and Arnold. Great achievement of F.R. …

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Aug 13

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Contribution of F.R. Levis in New Criticism.

Dr. F. R. Levis is a Professor and an academic critic who is also regarded as one of outstanding figures of New Criticism in England. Sometimes his criticism is called ‘Philosophical Criticism’ as it is the revive of the philosophical criticism whose great supporters were Sidney, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley and Arnold. It protects poetry on …

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Aug 13

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T.S. Eliot as a Critic

Eliot is one of the greatest literary critics of England from the point of view of the greater part and quality of his critical writings. His five hundred and odd (strange, funny) essays occasionally published as reviews (analysis) and articles had a far-reaching (extensive, broad) influence on literary criticism in the country. His criticism was …

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Aug 13

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Araby by James Joyce

North Richmond Street, being blind, was a quiet street except at the hour when the Christian Brothers’ School set the boys free. An uninhabited house of two storeys stood at the blind end, detached from its neighbours in a square ground. The other houses of the street, conscious of decent lives within them, gazed at …

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Aug 13

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Summary of The Garden Party

“The Garden Party” opens with frantic preparations being made. The cloudless summer day is perfect for the garden party at the home of Sheridan family. Before breakfast ends, four workmen arrive to set up the marquee. Because Meg has just washed her hair and Jose is still in her petticoat, Mrs. Sheridan assigns the task …

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