Literary Criticism - Brief Suggestion, The Rise of English, Criticism Brief Solution

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Literary Criticism - Brief Suggestion, The Rise of English

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- The Rise of English.

1. When did literature in the modern sense emerge?

Ans. Around 19th century during the Romantic period.

2. What is A Defence of Poetry?

Ans. An essay of P.B. Shelley.

3. What kind of writing was not counted as literature in the eighteenth century?

Ans. Writings such as a street ballad, a popular romance and the drama.            

4. What did the didactic literature of the eighteenth century include?

Ans. Ideological institutions such as periodicals such as: coffee house, aesthetic treatises, sermons, classical translations, guidebooks.

5. What kind of writing is "The Rise of English"?

Ans. An essay.

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6. What did the word literature mean in the eighteenth century?

Ans. The whole body of valued writing in society: philosophy, history, essays and letters as Well as poems.

7. What did poetry signify in the Romantic period?

Ans. A concept of human creativity which was at odds.

8. What is An Apology for Poetry?

Ans. An Apology for Poetry is a long essay of Sir Philip Sidney.

9. How was England turned into a police state in the Romantic period?

Ans. While the rulers were being haunted by revolutions, England was turned into a police state.

10. What kind of society did the Romantics live in?

Ans. A society where imagination was felt to more attractive than reality.

11. What did the word 'poetry' imply during the Romantic Period?

Ans. Implied significant social, political, and philosophical implications.

12. How was the life Of the Romantic artist?

Ans. He lived on the margins of a society without proper wages.

13. What is the improbability Of art and artefact?

Ans. That the Iliad was art to the ancient Greeks in the same sense that a Cathedral was an artefact for

Middle Ages.

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14. What the condition of religion by -the mid-Victorian period?

Ans. It failed to win the hearts and minds of the masses under the impacts of scientific discovery.

15. How does the symbol become the panacea for all problems?

Ans. The whole set of insoluble conflicts can be magically resolved with symbol, thus it becomes the panacea.

16. What was the effect of aesthetics?

Ans. To suppress the historical differences of arts and artefacts.

17. How does Eagleton appreciate Scrutiny?

Ans. Scrutiny was not only journal but also the focus of a moral and cultural crusade.

18. HOW does religion work?

Ans. Religion works less by explicit concepts than by image, symbol, habit, ritual and mythology.

19. Who commented on the sickness of England?

Ans. George Gordon commented 'England is sick'.

20. What triple function, according to Professor George Gordon, can literature perform?

Ans. To delight, to instruct and to save our souls and heal the state.

21. How can literature inspire people for a decent living?

Ans. By conveying eternal truths and beauties.

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22. What, according to Eagleton, should be the motive Of Literature?

Ans. Convey timeless truths, distract the masses from immediate commitments, nurturing in them a spirit of tolerance and generosity.

23. What were the purposes of cheap' liberal education?

Ans. Promote social unity, the cultivation of sympathy and fellow feeling, and to infuse the sense Of national pride and moral values.

24. What was worrying for the Victorian ruling class?

Ans. The failure of religion.

25. How did Scrutiny redraw the map of English literature?

Ans. Scrutiny recognized the subjects such as law, sciences, politics, philosophy, history, etc. to be existing yet, but their position to be assessed by the touchstone of literature.

26. What sarcastic remark does Eagleton make about the 'organic society' desired by Scrutiny?

Ans. It was unobtainable, nothing more than a lofty desire.

27. How does Eagleton define 'essential Englishness'?

Ans. Eagleton defines 'essential Englishness' as a kind of petty bourgeois version of the upper class chauvinism, modulated by a new social class.

28. How does Eagleton criticize Eliot's view on Tradition?

Ans. In Eliot's view, literary works were only acceptable if they were of the "European mind", according to Eagleton, this was largely an arbitrary definition.

29. What is Eagleton's comment on Eliot's "Fisher King"?

Ans. Fisher King, potent images of birth, death and resurrection; lay deep below finance capitalism.

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30. What is practical criticism?

Ans. A method of reading focuses on the text itself; isolate the text from social and historical context.

31. What is New Criticism?

Ans. The relationship between a text’s ideas and its form.

32. When did New Criticism evolve?

Ans. In the years in post World War 1.

33. What is Eagleton's view of new criticism?

Ans. A full-blooded irrationalism, closely associated with religious dogma with the right wing 'blood and soil' politics of the Agrarian movement.

34. What is Marxist literary criticism?

Ans. A type of historical criticism of literature, based on the economic theory of Karl Marx.

35. What is the meaning Of the word 'neoclassical'?

Ans. The revival of classical Greek or Roman style.

36. What is creative imagination?

Ans. The ability of reunifying past experiences to create new images for a definite goal.

37. What is the theme of "The Rise of English"?

Ans. The development Of English literature from the 18th century onwards under British imperial rule.

38.  What kind of literary critic is Terry Eagleton?

Ans. Eagleton ranks among the major Marxist literary critics Of the twentieth century.

39. What are the organic societies?

Ans. Just favorable myths for belaboring the mechanized life.

40. Why did English literature come into power?

Ans. Mostly because of wartime nationalism. 

41. What is the essay 'The Rise Of English' about?

Ans. The development of English literature from the eighteenth century onwards under the British imperial rule.

42. What was Scrutiny?

Ans. A quarterly periodical of literary criticism, founded in 1932 by L.C. Knights and FR. Leavis.

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