GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English History of English Literature Study Material (Page 15 of 26)

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New Literature in English

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  • “Literature, by exploiting the linguistically of our representational structures, dismantles the given frameworks to describe, interpret explain or evaluate something and creates the space of forging new frameworks … so that the scope of perception is enlarged and contact with reality Is renewed through a fresh …

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Otherness and Literature

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  • Hegel discusses the ambiguity of the Master-Slave Dialectic which he describes as having two dimensions: the historical dimension and the more fundamental, psychological dimension.
  • The former concerns the relationship between feudal lords and serfs; the latter is a much more abstract account of self-consciousness in relationship with an encounter with the other and is the main theme.
  • Encounter that Levinas describes and approaches from multiple perspectives e. g. , internal and external. He will present it as fully as it is possible to introduce an affective event into everyday language without turning it into an intellectual theme.
  • In feminist and post-colonial thought, …

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