GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English Literary Criticism and Theory Study Material (Page 5 of 33)

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Aristotle՚s Poetic Concept: An Analysis of Tragedy

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  • Aristotle considers tragedy as the most refined version of poetry that deals with the imitation of lofty matters.
  • It is believed to have its origin from the dithyrambic hymns sung by a large choir praising the god Dionysus. Aeschylus, an ancient Greek tragedian introduced a second actor along with the narr…

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Criticism in the Classical Antiquity: Longinus, Horace

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  • Homer, being the fountain head of European literature, began his epic not with the beginning but in medias res, that is, in the middle of things, he also set a precedent for the subsequent epic poets, like Virgil, Milton and others, who chose to begin the action of the epic in the mid…

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