GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English Literary Criticism and Theory Study Material (Page 6 of 33)

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Renaissance Criticism

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  • The word Renaissance comes from the French re-back or again and Latin nascentia /French naissance that means to be born.
  • This term has come to be associated with a period of history dating from the 14th to 16th Century C. E. , where under the influence of classical models, a rev…

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Neo-Classical Criticism: John Dryden, Alexander Pope

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  • Neoclassic period in England covers nearly 180 years of art history, beginning with the restoration of Charles II in 1660.
  • It is worthwhile to remember that the term Neo-classical has several connotations, based on the context in which it is discussed. For example, neoclassicism in Germany refers to…

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