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  Most representative English novels of the 21st century
Posted by: Lucian Hodoboc - 06-20-2019, 06:26 PM - Forum: 21st Century or Contemporary Literature - Replies (1)

Which are, in your opinion, the most representative English novels of the 21st century? Each of the previous centuries has had its share of novels that have stood out and remained in history not only as magnum opi, but also as symbols of the literary periods in which they were published.

In this thread, I invite you to name the best novels published in English since 1 January 2000. Huh

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  What is Narratology? How can we define Narratology as a literary theory?
Posted by: Akshay - 06-04-2019, 12:36 AM - Forum: Narratology - a literary theory - Replies (1)

This is a basic but very important question for the newcomers in literary theory. Narratology comes within the purview of linguistical study of literature as well as Structuralism, a parent theory of this concept, supposedly and rightly so. However, what might be the proper way to define this? What does Narratology aim to study in a literary text? Ideas and opinions will be appreciated.

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  As a student of literature, how to study poetry to understand it quicker and in depth
Posted by: Akshay - 05-30-2019, 12:52 PM - Forum: Studying Poetry - Replies (3)

This is a million-dollar question for all the students of English literature who are just starting their student life. What is the best way to study poetry? While every student at every level of academics might have different needs, is there any common link between them? Experts on English Literature Forum and other users who are seniors or juniors may help me with that. So guys, what is the best way to study poetry for beginners? Please help me out.

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