GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English Research Approaches and Methodologies Study Material (Page 4 of 20)

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Imagism: Concept, Emergence, Characteristics, Decline

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Imagism

Concept

  • Imagism is a movement in British and American poetry that developed in the early twentieth century. Imagists opposed the literary standards of the Romantic and Victorian poets who had preceded them. The Romantic and Victorian modes of poetry, which were popular in the nineteenth century, tended to favour subjective emotion and verbosity over objectivity and economy of language. Poets belonging to the Imagist school advocated for a return to what they considered “Classical values,” which include…

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Psychoanalytical Criticism: Concept, Method

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Psychoanalytical Criticism

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  • This is an approach towards literary criticism that is influenced by the school of psychoanalysis first developed by Sigmund Freud. Psychoanalytical criticism includes a variety of different perspectives, and is not a unified field. However, all psychoanalytical critics share the belief that literature is intrinsically linked to the psyche. Thus, the study of literature can help shed light on aspects of the psyche. Simultaneously, a psychoanalytica…

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