Illustrative English Literature : Issue #1

by Lakshmikanth Koundinya on December 19, 2012

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It’s found that whenever one attempts to travel through the realms of English literature, they often and inevitably get to face the mighty mountains of English history which are not so mountable. Their traveler spirit is dampened by massive amounts of text they have to go through before receiving what the English literature has in offering.  In front of them, end up piles of thick books of uncountable pages describing everything in detail. While some (like me) crave for such detail, for many others time is always a constraint. Many are interested in English literature but what they seek is in many cases only available somewhere buried in bulky material for which they find no time. Illustrative English Literature is a weekly article that aims to assist all these people. It is a briefing of English literature in 10 simple and scalable issues each covering one aspect. Hope these small pellets will satiate your hunger for English literature.  

 This issue covered the chronology of English literature. In case you are wondering/excited/just want to know/don’t really care/alriiiight…tell me if you want, what the next issue is about, it’s about Schools and Movements of English literature. Interested? Await the Issue #2.

Written by Lakshmikanth Koundinya

Of Poe’s heart, Russell’s brain, Wilde’s thought and Rand’s strength – a hedonic wanderer and enchantress’ apprentice in the world of Literature

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