Free IGNOU Quiz for MEG-05: Literary Criticism

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Last Update 6 April 2024
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Welcome to the IGNOU Quiz Challenge for MEG-05: Literary Criticism and Theory!

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Lesson 1: Literature, Criticism and Theory
Lesson 2: Overview of Western Critical Thought
Lesson 3: Twentieth Century Developments
Lesson 4: The Function of Criticism
Lesson 5: Indian Aesthetics
Lesson 6: Resistance to Theory/How to Read a Reader
Lesson 7: Features of Classical Criticism
Lesson 8: Plato on Imitation and Art
Lesson 9: Aristotle’s Theory of Imitation
Lesson 10: Aristotle’s Theory of Tragedy-I
Lesson 11: Aristotle’s Theory of Tragedy-II
Lesson 12: Criticism as Dialogue
Lesson 13: Romanticism
Lesson 14: Wordsworth: Preface to the Lyrical Ballads
Lesson 15: Coleridge: Biographia Literaria
Lesson 16: P.B.Shelley: A Defiance of Poetry
Lesson 17: I.A.Richards
Lesson 18: T.S.Eliot
Lesson 19: F.R.Leavis
Lesson 20: John Crowe Ransom and Cleanth Brooks
Lesson 21: W.K.Wimsatt
Lesson 22: Conclusion
Lesson 23: Marxism and Literature
Lesson 24: Society and History: Marxist View
Lesson 25: Representing and Critiquing SOCIETY: Superstructures
Lesson 26: Commitment in Literature
Lesson 27: Autonomy in Literature
Lesson 28: Literature and Ideology
Lesson 29: Features of Feminist Criticism
Lesson 30: Mary Wollstonecraft: A Vindication of the Rights of woman
Lesson 31: Virginia Woolf: A Room of One’s Own
Lesson 32: Simone de Beauvoir: The Second Sex
Lesson 33: Elaine Showalter: Feminist Criticism in the Wilderness
Lesson 34: Feminist Concerns in India Today
Lesson 35: Roots: New Criticism and Structuralism
Lesson 36: Beginning Deconstruction
Lesson 37: Implications
Lesson 38: Deconstructing Poetry
Lesson 39: Deconstructing Drama
Lesson 40: Re-Assessing Deconstruction
Lesson 41: Some Basic Issues
Lesson 42: Postmodernism : The Basics
Lesson 43: Psychoanalysis: Freud and Lacan
Lesson 44: Postcolonial Theory: Said, Spivak and Bhabha
Lesson 45: Beginnings of Cultural Studies and New Historicism
Lesson 46: Literary Criticism and Theory: A Summing Up

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