Illustrative English Literature: Literary Schools & Movements

by Lakshmikanth Koundinya on January 15, 2013

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Be it surprisingly or appallingly, the previous issue relived seven centuries of English literature’s history in less than seven minutes. Be it ambition or greed, this issue aims to involve you in ten major Literary schools and movements in less than ten minutes. Come feed your eyes on this fast food and tell us which school or movement makes you feel good. (Missed the previous issue? Go ahead and check it out now by clicking on The Literary Ages )

 


Do you have that ‘thing’ for poetry?
It’s like soothing shade of a huge tree.
I know this is such a lame try,
Yet I did and I don’t know why!

Alright! Removing my fake hat of poetry and keeping it aside, the next issue of Illustrative English Literature is about Poetry and its major forms. Interested? Either patiently or impatiently, please wait till we cook, cool and condense the next issue.

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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