Literary Periods

Information about Literary Periods

Published on July 13, 2014

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PowerPoint Presentation: Periods of Literary History C . D. A. B. E . F . G . H . Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Please click the station sign PowerPoint Presentation: Periods of Literary History A. B. C . D. E . F . G . H . Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Please click the station sign PowerPoint Presentation: Periods of Literary History A. B. C . D. E . F . G . H . Station 1 Station 2 Station 3 Station 4 Please click the station sign PowerPoint Presentation: Periods of Literary History A. B. C . D. E . F . G . H . Station 1 Station 2 Station 4 Station 3 Please click the station sign A. The Classical Period: A. The Classical Period Homeric or Heroic Period Classical Greek Period Classical Roman Period Patristic Period The Old English (Anglo-Saxon) Period The Middle English Period B . The Medieval Period Next destination! C. The Renaissance and Reformation: C . The Renaissance and Reformation Early Tudor Period Elizabethan Period Jacobean Period Caroline Age Commonwealth Period or Puritan Interregnum D . The Enlightenment (Neoclassical) Period Restoration Period The Augustan Age The Age of Johnson Next destination! E. Romantic Period: E . Romantic Period F . Victorian Period Next destination! Imagination and Emotion “Natural” feelings Love of nature, respect for primitivism Medieval past, supernatural, mystical, “gothic”, exotic Rebellion, revolution Introspection, melancholy, psychology, sadness The drive for social advancement frequently appears in literature. The period saw the rise of a highly idealized notion of what is “English” Victorian writings saw the seeds of rebellion G. Modern Period: G. Modern Period H. Post-Modern Period Modernism Political opinions Stream of consciousness The Harlem Renaissance Realism Black humor, parody, grotesque, absurdity, travesty Erasing boundaries between “low” & “high” cultures Lack of grand narrative Avoiding themes Commercialism, hedonism, globalism Reality through language Presented By:: Presented By: Lois Erestain Sofia Golloy Maricel Naanep Aeron Rolda

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