GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English Research Approaches and Methodologies Study Material (Page 13 of 20)

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Simone De Beauvoir

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  • Beauvoir was a French writer, philosopher, feminist, existentialist, and social theorist. She is best known for her influential work The Second Sex, a treatise that explored the nature of female oppression. The work was published in 1949 and is considered to be a foundational text in the field of contemporary feminism. Beauvoir has also written several successful novels, autobiographies, and memoirs. Her novels She Came to Stay and The Mandarins have been appreciated by critics and readers alike. The Mandarins won the prestigious Prix Goncourt Prize in the year 1954.
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New Literature in English and World Literature

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  • New literature in English reshapes our whole idea of world literature and it forms new canons in the map of world literature. It is actually a new cartography of world literature.
  • The need of new literature in English originated from the bigotry which the people of the colonized countries had experienced by various European tyrant colonizers.
  • The study of new literature in English is concerned with the postcolonial literature which is emerged from the former colonies of the British. Therefore, literature from India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Malaysia, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, Africa, Caribbean etc. are considered as postcolonial literature.
  • Postcolonial literature which is majorly understood as new lite…

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