GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English Research Approaches and Methodologies Study Material (Page 15 of 20)

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Queer Discourses and the New Literatures in English

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Introduction

  • New Literatures is an umbrella term that incorporates the rich literary productions of a geographically and culturally diverse area encompassing basically the former British colonies.
  • The literary and cultural productions categorized under New Literatures are marked by certain plurality, heterogeneity and polyvalence.
  • New Literatures is also significant in terms of the experimentation of form, theme and language handled by these writers.
  • The voice that resonates in the new literatures is the voice coming from the marginalized and minority groups who were denied agency by the consolidated structure like patriarchy, colonialism, neo-colonialism, and racism.

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Studying Masculinity; Studying ‘New’ Literatures in English

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Introduction

  • Masculinity Studies emerged in United States of America in the 1960s and 1970s following the liberating ethos of the contemporary Gay Liberation movement, Civil Rights movement, and Feminist movement.
  • Beginning with the quest to interrogate the…

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