CHAPTER I INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of The Study Literature is one of the interesting subjects to be studied. A person or an author could express their feelings by literature. There are some definitions of Literature that could make the readers easily to understand about literature. According to Klarer (2004:1) that in most cases, literature is referred to as the entirety of written expression, with the restriction that not every written document can be categorized as literature in the more exact sense of the word. The definitions, therefore, usually include additional adjectives such as aesthetic or artistic to distinguish literary works from texts such as newspapers, scientific textbooks, magazines, legal documents, brochures, and so on.
Any element of the story, meaning, the points of view, the language itself as well as the tone or mood, have roles in creating what we call emotional effects/reactions. These are the effects that literary texts whether it be a short story, novel, or a poem, triggers physiological responses. Most importantly, we focus on the ways by which literary pieces create and shape our roles we set for ourselves as a collective as well as a society. They frame our experiences, as what we perceive is our reality. When you are reading you are focusing your mind with perceptual
Over the centuries there have been many great literary works written using Old English Literature. Old English Literature, also known as Anglo-Saxon Literature, is a literature written in Old English form. One of the oldest surviving, popular Germanic epics and the longest English poem written was, Beowulf. Beowulf is a heroic poem, the highest achievement of Old English literature and the earliest European language ever written. Beowulf is an Anglo-Saxon epic poem written by an anonymous author.
Usually they require some sort of contextual understanding, such as through maintained literary analysis. More commonly one can see that many authors include the epigraphs for second-time readers (or third, etc. ), because when you already know the story it would be easier to appreciate the references. In The Last Flight of the Flamingo, the epigraphs are predominantly made up of sayings. Some of them are credited as being specific to Tizangara, in other words established to be fictional, while others are presented as real-world proverbs.
Holes: Analysis Paper The novel Holes is an award-winning novel that can be read by many different age groups and still be able to get something out of it. Whether it’s a lesson or if it 's just for entertainment purposes. This literature will be analyzed from the content and not its style. By simply using the literary tools such as the critical element and rhetorical devices. Analysis In every piece of literature there is a theme.
1. Introduction to general literature : Literature is a cluster of verbal works, written, or oral, interrelated by subject-matter, by language or place of origin, or by prevailing cultural values. According to Boris Pasternak, ‘Literature is the art of discovering something extraordinary about ordinary people, and saying with ordinary words something extraordinary.’ Even in ancient times, scholars, critics and teachers of the literature have recognized that narrative – story telling which forms a necessary aspect of the novel began in every corner of the world at a very early point in the development of civilization. (Columbia history of American novel) 2. Introduction to American literature American literature, the body of written works
Properly, Adesuyi (1991) clarifies that both language and literature always belong to each other inseparably, they are considered two sides one. Both are serving individuals ' correspondences and exercises. Besides, language is the arrangement of correspondence that is used to express extraordinary contemplations. Correctly, extraordinary sorts of literature may influence language procurement which is suitable with culture, society, and area. Reading and concentrate a novel, a play, or a poem in the objective language may help in acquainting students with the way of life through which that language passed.
An Essay on Literature as A Mirror of Society In every part of the world, literature has been more or less, mirror of society. At the earliest stage, literature invariably took the form of poetry, while prose was a much later creation, because prose developed with matured age. Poetry is out and out a product of imagination, while prose is the fruit of intellect. The earlier from of poetry, is the epic. In Italian, Greek, German, English or Indian epic we can find a clear reflection of the ancient social history of the countries.
These parameters seek to make ideas closer to the other culture and to be understood easily by all readers or listeners. Translation plays an important role in the creation of literary texts and it is central to one understanding of them. Thus this research focuses on literary translation that, language has more than a communicative, or social and connective purpose. Gouadec(2007) defines the meaning of translation in particular literary translation through his perspective " Literary Translation is the translation of any kind of fictional work, including prose narratives, drama and poetry"(p.46).The translator believes that literary translation often requires certain talents such as sensitivity, creativeness and aesthetic feeling. Translators are language professionals so any translator has a role no less important than anyone who concerns with language and
In English literature, we have many Literary Terms; and we student have to glad about that people like M.H.Abrams wrote A Glossary of Literary Terms 7TH Edition In English literature we have treasure of literary terms among them this research paper will guide us about Lyrics and Its Chief Exponents in English Literature. First of all we can see that what the main literary terms are in short. Main of Literary Terms of English Literature EPIC DRAMA ODE ELEGY POETRY BALLAD SONNET LYRICS NOVEL NOVELLA SHORT-STORIES POEM Lyrics and its Chief Exponents in English Literature:- Lyric in Literature/ poetry that expressing the writer’s personal feelings and thoughts which has the form and manner of song or relating to such poetry that has a singing voice or having light quality and tone, intended for singing, especially in classical Greece to the accompaniment of the lyre. Having a singing voice of light volume and modest range relating to, being musical drama, especially opera, having a pleasing succession of sounds; melodious. The lyric form is an old as Egypt and examples exist in early Hebrew, Greek, Latin, and other sources.