This hub dwells upon the characteristics of Middle English Literature. Some people also call it Medieval English Literature. Whatever may be the case, you can read about Middle English Literature in this hub.
Chaucer’s Contribution to English Language & Literature is of paramount importance in the history of English literature. It was Chaucer who transformed English into a full fledged language.
A masterpiece of Old English literature, Beowulf's funeral is influenced by the interaction between an old Pagan culture and a new Christian influence that is prominent in 8th century Germanic burials
An exploration of how the various roles of citizens work in Shakespeare's Henry V. An answer to the ultimate question: "What is my nation?"
A treatment of Chaucer’s views on dream theories and origins and the foreshadowing of what would eventually emerge as modern theories of dream origins and functions
Blake's subtle and reasoned dialectic, and unexpected juxtaposition in The Marriage of Heaven and Hell invites reader engagement and independent thought.
Metaphysical is derivative of the Latin word Metaphysica, which is a combination of two words: Meta and Physica. The word meta means ‘beyond’ or ‘after’. It is a prefix and is equally used in English.
While melancholia has to do more with the bodily functions, folly has social and moral extrapolations.
A comparative look at the character Othello from Shakespeare's play (Othello, the Moor of Venice) and Duke from Browning's poem (My Last Duchess). The differences of the Nouveau Rich Vs. Old Money.
Shakespearean Comedy is a kind of romantic comedy, which ends on a happy note through a matrimonial relationship between various characters. Marriage plays a vital role in a typical Shakespearean comedy. Any comedy,...