Category: Literature

Explanation from Tradition and The Individual Talent about In fact the bad poet is usually unconscious…..

Explanation from Tradition and The Individual Talent   Explanation 01: In fact the bad poet is usually unconscious where he ought to be conscious and conscious where he ought to be unconscious.      These lines have been mentioned from T.S. Eliot’s famous essay “Tradition and the Individual Talents”. Here he has stated his vies …

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Explanation from The Tradition and The Individual Talents about No poet, no artist of any art, has his complete meaning alone.

Explanation from The Tradition and The Individual Talents Explanation 02: No poet, no artist of any art, has his complete meaning alone. His significance, his appreciation is the appreciation of his relation to the dead poets and the artists.      These lines have been quoted from T.S. Eliot’s great essay, Tradition and the Individual Talents. …

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Explanation of The emotion of art is impersonal…. from T.S. Eliot’s Tradition and the Individual Talents

Explanation 03, from T.S. Eliot’s Tradition and the Individual Talents Explanation 03: The emotion of art is impersonal. And the poet cannot reach this impersonality without surrendering himself wholly to the work to be done. These lines have been quoted from “Tradition and the Individual Talent’’ by T.S. Eliot. Here, Eliot tells us about his …

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Invocation

Invocation: Invocation is the noun form of invocate that means to seek inspiration, courage, encourage and guidance from the goddess when somebody is going to start any hard work; especially in the beginning of an Epic. As an epic is a hard and long narrative poem, on a great and serious subject, so before writing the …

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Contribution and Place of I.A. Richards as A Psychological Critics

What is Psychological Criticism? Discuss about Contribution and place of I.A. Richards as a psychological critics.  Generally, psychological school of criticism wants to make criticism more scientific by applying psychological knowledge to its problems. It is itself divided into two groups, one would ‘explain’ about the works of art, and other finds more attractive psychological investigation of …

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John Keats as an Escapist

John Keats as an Escapist    Firstly, all the poets of Keats’s time were influenced by the ideas and ideals of the French Revolution. The ideas of the French Revolution had awakened the youthful nature of both Wordsworth and Coleridge; they had moved the wrath of Scott; they had worked like Yeats on Byron and brought …

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Dryden’s Defends of English Drama

Dryden’s Defends of English Drama Dryden praises highly in English Drama and tries to establish its superiority over French by offering many arguments some of which are as follows- 1. Lively imitation of nature: The French dramatists managed their plots with greater skill and they observed the loss of comedy and the decorum (rules/norms) of the …

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The Relationship Between Language and Society

What is language? Write the relationship between language and society. Definition of Language: Language is the method of human communication, either spoken or written, consisting of the use of words in a structured and conventional way. It is the way of communication between the narrator and the audience. It can be defined that Language is …

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Explanation: Thy firmness makes……. where I begun from“A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” composted by John Donne.

Explanation: Thy firmness makes……. where I begun from Forbidding Mourning Explanation 01: Thy firmness makes my circle just, And makes me end, where I begun. These are the concluding lines of “A Valediction: Forbidding Mourning” composted by John Donne. Here he has compared himself to a foot of a compass and his beloved to the …

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Explanation: If our two loves……… slacken, none can die from Good Morrow

Explanation: If our two loves……… slacken, none can die from Good Morrow Explanation: If our two loves be one, or thou and I Love so alike that none can slacken, none can die. These lines have been taken from the last two lines of “The Good Morrow”, composed by John Donne. Here, the speaker logically …

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