Lecture Literary criticism

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  • Lecture Literary criticism - Lecture 1: Introduction to literary criticism. The contents of this chapter include all of the following: Purposes of literaly criticism, approaches in literary criticism, historical/biographical approach, moral/philosophical approach,...

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  • Lecture Literary criticism - Lecture 2: Plato. The contents of this chapter include all of the following: Plato’s life, peloponessian war, Socrates’s death, Plato’s academy, Sophists, Sophist’s agenda, Sophist’s belifes, Socrates v/s Sophists,...

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  • Lecture Literary criticism - Lecture 14: Classical criticism. A classic should comprehensively represent the spirit of the nationality it belongs to and have some claim to universal meaning as well to deal with the questions of general philosophical importance.

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  • Lecture Literary criticism - Lecture 17: Function of poetry. Wordsworth found some meaning in human life,if human beings lived in close proximity to nature and allowed it would begin its influence to sink into their soul.he thought that oral elevation and spiritual edification of man was not possible in the humdrum life of towns and cities.

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  • Often referred to as Dr.Johnson was an English writer who made lasting contributions to Eng literature as a poet,essayist,moralist,literary critic,biographer,editor and lexicographer. He was an Anglican and a Tory. He was born in Lichfied. Attended Pembroke College Oxford. He was the first one to compile a dictionary in 1755.

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  • Matthew Arnold was a man of letters ,who became a literary critic by accident, he was mainly interested in educational, political and theological subjects The few works of pure literary criticism that he has to his credit are the by products of his genius.

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  • Wordsworth was the first to give a new turn to discussion as the nature of poetry by connecting it with feeling and making it dependent upon imagination. His views on language and poetic diction are even more strikingly original.They were so original,indeed that they provoked much criticism when they were first produced.

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  • Coleridge was a great critic of English literature as his name is mentioned alongside with Aristotle and Longinus. Biographia Literaria the greatest book of criticism in English.Since then,inspite of occasional demurrers Coleridge’s stature atleast in the English speaking world has even grown greater. Coleridge the founder of the voluntaristic form of idealistic philosophy of which he remains to this day the most distinguished representative.

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  • The most important topics discussed in biographia literaria are Imagination,critical theory of Poetry and criticism appropriate of Wordsworth. In Biographia Literaria, Coleridge had written meditations to suspect that fancy and imagination were two distinct and widely different faculties,instead of being,according to the general belief either two names with one meaning,or at furthest the lower and higher degree of one and the same power.

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  • Mathew Arnold was a great poet ,prose writer and critic he belonged to the nineteenth century English literature Mathew Arnold the most influential of the victorion critics has been characterized by David Daiches as ”the great modern critic” The title was well deserved as Arnolds time has mainly adopted his method and outlook , in fact Arnold stays within the classical tradition and therefore shares an essential bias in their approach to criticism.

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  • Arnold defined criticism as “a disinterested endeavored to learn and propagate the best that is known and thought in the world.”The first principle of criticism ,according to Mathew Arnold ,is disinterestedness,which is to be attained by,keeping aloof from what is called the practical view of things”.The practical view so called ,id the view distorted by irrelevant considerations-political,social or religious.

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  • In every age there have been critics and there have been criticism but it is only after the publication of Arnold’s remarkable essay that numerous theories about the function of criticism has been constructed and more so in our own age. After Arnold the modern critic unlike their predecessors have theorized more about the role and the function of the critic than about the role of an artist.

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  • Eliot’s criticism seems to be assured of an even more permanent and significant place in the history of English literature than his poetry.He played a significant part in the reassessment of the past writers to suit the modern sensibility His anti-romantic insistence on an outside authority as against the inner voice brought afresh attitude to English criticism. He absorbed various influences from the past, but absorbed them so well that they have become a part of him.

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  • The contents of this chapter include all of the following: Plato’s argument against poetry, the argument, theory of form, poets & dramatists, philosophers & forms, art is thrice removed from reality, illusionary nature of visual arts,...

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  • The contents of this chapter include all of the following: Plato’s attack on “art”, Aristotle’s early life, the lyceum, works, focus of poetics, focus of poetics, influence of poetics, poetry, tragedy, unity of plot, unity of plot,...

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  • The contents of this chapter include all of the following: Aristotle’s purpose to approach poetry from a scientific viewpoint, first he lists different kinds of poetry poetry, tragedy, comedy, dithyrambic, flute-playing, lyre-playing, all kinds of poetry are mimetic but there are differences in them.

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  • The contents of this chapter include all of the following: All plots move from beginning to end in probable or necessary sequence of events, a simple plot does so without peripeteia whereas a complex plot involves anyone or both, the best kind of peripeteia is followed by anagnorisis or vice versa, peripeteia & anagnorisis should be necessary or probable consequence of what came before so that they are part of plot.

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  • The contents of this chapter include all of the following: Towards the end Aristotle turns his attention to epic poetry, mimesis of epic poetry is in verse told in narrative way.

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  • Milton composed his early verse in Latin,in the fashion of a classically educated person. In 3rd year at Cambridge he expresses his desire to abandon such fashionable poetry in order to write in his native language. Like Homer & Virgil before him.Milton would be the epic poet of the English national.

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  • A greater work calls for greater care. A poem, which considered with respect to design may claim the first place and with respect to performance may claim the second place among the productions of human mind.

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