GATE (Graduate Aptitude Test in Engineering) English Research Approaches and Methodologies Study Material (Page 9 of 20)

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Magical Realism: Concept, Characteristics- Supernatural Elements, Realistic Setting, Authorial Reticence, Political Critique, Metafiction

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  • Magical realism refers to a literary genre which includes supernatural elements within a modern, realistic setting. Works of magical realism blend the supernatural and the real in an effort to reveal the fantastical, mysterious nature of mundane reality. Magical realism is considered to be a subgenre of fantasy.
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Surrealism: Concept, Characteristics, Conclusion- Influence of Psychoanalysis, Political Philosophy, Experimental Writing Style

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  • Surrealism was a literary and artistic movement which developed in Europe in the early twentieth century. The movement first emerged in France, with the publication of Andre Breton՚s Manifesto on Surrealism in 1924. Surrealism was influenced by Dadaism, an artistic movement which had emerged in 1914 as a negative reaction to the destructiveness of the First World War.
  • Dadaism rejected traditional cultural and artistic values, and sought to shock rather than please their audience. Western culture prized rationality and aestheticism in art, and Dadaists challenged such artistic standards.
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