CC1- HISTORY OF ENGLISH LITERATURE– I
Anglo-Saxon Literature- Chaucer and his time. The end of the Middle Age and early Tudor Scene, Spenser and his time
Drama from the miracle plays to Marlow Shakespeare and his time Drama from Johnson to closing of the theatres
Prose in sixteenth & seventeenth century, Poetry after Spenser (Metaphysical traditions), Milton and his milieu Restoration Age (prose, poetry & drama)
The Augustan Age (Defoe, Swift, Pope) Novel from Richardson to Jane Austen, Eighteenth Century Prose and Miscellaneous Writings , French Revolution and English Literature: French
Revolution, pre-Romantic era, Romantic Movement.
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- Teacher: Dr. Pramod Jaware