A Short History of English Literature
A Short History of English Literature, written by Pramod K. Nayar, offers a complete overview of the history of English...
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- Author K. Pramod, Nayar
- Publisher CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS-NEW DELHI
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A Short History of English Literature, written by Pramod K. Nayar, offers a complete overview of the history of English literature to its readers. The book has five main sections and explores the history of English literature from Chaucer’s time to the present. It covers the various periods, authors, and movements in the historical order. The five parts or sections in this book are The Renaissance To The Restoration, The Romantic Age, From The Restoration To The Enlightenment, The Modern Age, and The Victorian Age. These sections are further divided, with subsections for re-reading. The book lays emphasis on the social, historical, and political contexts while providing details about the important works and their authors. For purposes of easy reference, the book has an index of writers listed along with their writings. It also has an updated bibliography and provides access to online resources that readers can try out, for further information. This book serves as a preparatory platform for students who want to study more about English literature and delve into the finer details. It has been written especially for the students of South Asian universities.
Pramod K. Nayar works as an Assistant Professor at the University of Hyderabad and teaches English. His other notable books are Contemporary Literary And Cultural Theory: From Structuralism To Ecocriticism, Writing Wrongs: The Cultural Construction Of Human Rights In India, The Trial Of Bahadur Shah Zafar, Days Of The Raj: Life And Leisure In British India, and Postcolonial Literature: An Introduction. He has varied interests, such as posthumanism, literary and cultural theory, and post colonial studies.
|Author||K. Pramod, Nayar|
|Publisher||CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS-NEW DELHI|