English Literature

Periods: O M R   Nei   R   Valo   Marks   Pabe.

              1  2  3    4     5      6        7          8      = 36 + 4 = 40

  1. The Old English Period.
  2. The Middle English Period.
  3. The Renaissance Period.
  4. The Neo-Classical Period.
  5. The Romantic Period.
  6. The Victorian Period.
  7. The Modern Period.
  8. The Postmodern Period.

Q: Serial.

  1. The Old English Period. ( 450 – 1066)                1
  2. The Middle English Period. ( 1066 – 1500)        3 NCD/B
  3. The Renaissance Period. ( 1500 – 1660)            5 PEJCC
  4. The Neo-Classical Period. ( 1660 – 1785/98)     3 RAS  
  5. The Romantic Period. ( 1798 – 1832)                  1
  6. The Victorian Period. ( 1832 – 1901)                   2 PR AD
  7. The Modern Period. ( 1901 – 1939)                     2 E G
  8. The Postmodern Period. ( 1939……….)

Q: Year.

  1. The Old English Period/ The Anglo-Saxon Period.( 450 – 1066) 

      2.The Middle English Period. ( 1066 – 1500) 

             i)The Anglo-Norman Period. ( 1066 – 1340)

             ii) The Age of Chaucer. ( 1340 – 1400)

             iii) Barren Age or Dark Age. ( 1400 – 1485/1500)

  1. The Renaissance Period. ( 1500 – 1660)

            Preparation for Renaissance. ( 1500 – 1558)

            i) The Elizabethan Age. ( 1558 – 1603)

            ii) The Jacobean Age. ( 1603 – 1625)

            iii)  The Caroline Age. ( 1625 – 1649)

            iv) The Commonwealth Period. ( 1649 – 1660)

  1. The Neo-Classical Period. ( 1660 – 1785/98)

            i) The Restoration Period. ( 1660 – 1700)

            ii) The Augustan Age or The Age of Pope. ( 1700 – 1745)

            iii) The Age of Sensibility. ( 1745 – 1785/98)

  1. The Romantic Period. ( 1798 – 1832)
  2. The Victorian Period. ( 1832 – 1901)

            i) The Pre-Raphaelites. ( 1848 – 1860)

            ii) The Aestheticism and Decadence. ( 1880 – 1901)

      7. The Modern Period. ( 1901 – 1939)

            i) The Edwardian Period. ( 1901 – 1910)

            ii) The Georgian Period. ( 1910 – 1936)

      8. The Postmodern Period. ( 1939……….)

Q: Classification.



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