GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English Literary Criticism and Theory Study Material (Page 2 of 33)

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Horror Fiction

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  • Horror is a genre of speculative literature which intends to arouse fear, terror, or disgust in the reader. Although horror literature typically contains supernatural elements it can also be non-supernatural. This kind of literature seeks to create an atmosphere of eerie suspense. Often, the “monster” of the horror story is an embodiment of the fears and anxieties…

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Romantic Drama

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  • Drama was not a genre which brought acclaim to Romantic writers. While many of the major Romantics wrote plays, these constitute the least well-known aspect of their bodies of work. There are several reasons for the decline of drama in the Romantic period. Most importantly, the Romantic era was an age of poetry, particularly lyric poetry. Romantic writers stressed the importance of values such as self-expression and individualism, and these were most well-represented through the medium of poetry. Additionally, this was also a period that was characterized by the rise of t…

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