Cultural Encounters In English Literature Essay

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Name: Farah Ahmed Nader
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Literature's basic or formal properties have a history, and sometimes the properties are invented for a specific use or because there's been a change in their culture or perspectives and beliefs to which they're responding to, Cultural encounters are basically a theme for the new life or way of thinking. Cultural Encounters in World Literature, considers the reception’s international circulation and translation of literary texts as part of the wider or a bigger perspective of the dynamics of transnational history. In a world today swamped by globalization, internationalization, interculturalisation and other related concepts, social and cultural approaches, ‘English’ has become a necessity
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Present decades of information technology in particular have given English a special position as the main language of communication technology.
“Viewed freely, the English language is the accretion and growth of every dialect, race, and range of time, and is both the free and compacted composition of all.” Walt Whitman. V.S Naipaul was born in Chaguanas, Trinidad, in 1932. After winning a government scholarship, in England at University College, Oxford. He worked shortly for the BBC as a writer and editor for the 'Caribbean Voices programe. His first three books are comic portraits of Trinidadian society. “The Mystic Masseur’”(1957) won the Mail on Sunday/John Llewellyn Rhys Prize in 1958 and was adapted as a film with a screenplay by Caryl Phillips in 2001. “Miguel

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