The story of the English literature begins with the Germanic tradition of the Anglo-saxon settlers. Beowulf is the earliest literature and the national epic of the Anglo-saxon, now more usually described as the old English. The French and the Germanic influences subsequently compete for the mainstream role in English literature.
Each age has its own particular type and briefly we will discuss them. During the old English period the poems traditionally had a strong beat, alliteration and had no rhyme. Above all studying the history of English literature gives you the expression of life, learning in terms of truth and beauty.
- By studying the history of English literature you will be in a possession of a wide range of social and cultural knowledge.
- The students will able to analyze the subject critically once completing the course
- The ages are briefly explained separately and easier to understand
- An interesting well planed course, studying wide range of literary texts from different periods.
- Once you have done this course it helps you understand world of inspirations and creativity.
- Educate students in both the artistry and utility of the English language through the study of literature and other contemporary forms of culture
- Capable of performing research, analysis and criticism of literary and cultural texts from different historical period and genres
- Assist students in the development of intellectual flexibility, creativity and cultural literacy, so that they can engage in life- long learning
- To develop the knowledge wide range by studying famous authors and their works
- Understand the different periods of history of English literature
- Analyze the texts and communicate their critical response orally and in written form.
Other important information about this ONLINE Course:
- Next Batch: Each IALM course starts immediately after payment. Students can register online for the course any time. Upon payment of fees and registration, the present Course will start immediately.
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||Module 1 - Introduction to English Literature
||Module 2- 18th Century European Literature
||Module 3 - Twentieth Century Literature