Literary criticism during restoration. 2.
The Augustan age: Defoe, Swift, Pope. 3.
Poetry from Thomson to Crabbe. 4.
Eighteenth-century philosophical, historical, and critical prose, and miscellaneous writing. 5.
Scottish literature from Allan Ramasay to Walter Scott. "English literature refers to the literature written in English language by writers not necessarily from England and it is as diverse as the varieties and dialects of English spoken around the world.
Traversing the periods from Middle Ages, Early Modern (Renaissance), Jacobean, Caroline and Cromwellian, Restoration, Augustan, Romanticism, Victorian, Modernism to post-modernisms, English literature flourished on many themes and styles suiting the particular period. As such English literature has encompassed within it changes that each of the periods has evolved and has become prosperous.
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Fiction and the novel. 2.
The foundation in romance. 3.
From Lyly to Swift. 4.
The four wheels of the novel. 5.
Minor and later 18 century novels. 6.
Eighteenth century beginnings with Samuel Richardson. 7.
Henry fielding in 18 century. 8.
Walter Scott and Miss Austen. 9.
Jane Austen's realism. 10.
Modern romanticism: Walter Scott. 11.
Charles Dickens and his times. 12.
William Makepeace Thackeray. 13.
Anthony Trollope and others. 14.
The successors to Thackeray. 15.
The mid-Victorian novel. 16.
Onward developments: Smollett, Sterne and others. 17.
Tracing the French influence on English fiction. 18.
Mary Ann Evans (George Eliot). 19.
Thomas Hardy, George Meredith against other contemporaries. 20.
Stevenson and his novels. 21.
A summarized conclusion on the Yesterday's fiction. 22.
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Ernest Hemingway's Nobel speech. Selected works of Ernest Hemingway.
I. Ernest Hemingway: an eventful life: 1.
Ernest Hemingway: highlights of a dramatic life and career. 2.
Catastrophes in Hemingway's life. 3.
The Youngest's recollections on Ernest. II.
Critical view of literary content and style: 4. Hemingway's literary influences.
5. The writing style of Ernest Hemingway.
6. Literary identity of his style and content.
7. Hemingway and the cult of the "celebrity artist".
8. Hemingway and the twentieth century dialogue.
III. A critical study of the old man and the sea: 9.
The introduction to the old man and the sea. 10.
Characters in the novel and their analyses. 11.
Themes, motifs and symbols in the novel. 12.
Important excerpts and explanations. 13.
Divided summary and analysis of the content. 14.
Collective analysis of the novel. 15.
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Elizabethan era: Shakespeare, Marlowe and golden period of English drama. 2.
English literature during the age of Puritans. 3.
Dryden, Butler and Locke in the period of restoration. 4.
The post-revolution literature of the Augustan or classic age. 5.
Second creative period in English literature: the age of romanticism. 6.
The progress, unrest and creative thrust in the Victorian age. Appendices.
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3. Abroma augusta.
4. Abrus precatorius.
5. Abutilon indicum.
Bacopa monnieri. 7.
Baliospermum montanum. 8.
Bambusa arundinacea. 9.
Barleria cristata. 10.
Bauhinia purpurea. .
11. Caesalpinia bonduc.
12. Calotropis gigantea.
13. Camellia kissi.
14. Canarium strictum.
15. Cannabis sativa.
Datura metel. 17.
Dactyloctenium aegyptium. 18.
Delphinium altissimum. 19.
Dendrobium densiflorum. 20.
Derris robusta. .
21. Eclipta alba.
22. Elaeocarpus sphaericus.
23. Elaeocarpus ganitrus.
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25. Embelia ribes.
Fagopyrum cymosum. 27.
Ferula assafoetida. 28.
Ferula narthex. 29.
Ficus benghalensis. 30.
Ficus hispida. .
31. Garcinia cowa.
32. Garcinia kydia.
33. Garcinia pictoria.
34. Garcinia pedunculata.
35. Garcinia xanthocymus.
Hedera nepalense. 37.
Hedychium coronarium. 38.
Hedychium gracile. 39.
Hedychium spicatum. 40.
Hedychium stenopetalum. .
41. Ichnocarpus frutescens.
42. Illicium griffithii.
43. Indigofera tinctoria.
44. Ixora accuminata.
45. Jasminam sambac.
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47. Jatropha curcas.
48. Jussica suffruticosa.
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