By M.P. Sinha,Neeraj Agnihotri
Critical Theories: Indian and Western provides a fairly finished account of the fundamental ideas in Indian and Western literary feedback. the purpose of the e-book is to acquaint the scholars of M.A. (English Literature) with the newest severe theories within the West and their functional software within the research and interpretation of texts. the subsequent authors and demanding theories were discussed:
1. Indian Poetics: Bharat, Dandin, Bhamaha, Vamana, Anandavardhana, Abhinavagupta and Kuntaka.
2. Greek and Latin feedback: Aristotle, Horace and Longinus.
3. Neo-Classical feedback: Sidney, Dryden, Pope and Johnson.
4. 19th Century feedback: Wordsworth, Coleridge, Shelley and Arnold.
5. glossy British and American feedback: Eliot, Richards, Leavis, Formalism and Chicago Criticism.
6. modern feedback: Psycho-analytic feedback, fantasy feedback, Russian Formalism, Structuralism/ Post-structuralism, Rezeption-aesthetic, Post-colonial concept and Feminist Criticism.
An vital point of this publication is that Sanskrit or Indian Poetics has been mentioned for the good thing about the scholars of English Literature and so, references to and comparability with Western theories are often made.
It should be invaluable for the scholars and academics of English Literature and researchers during this field.
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