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Age 1 Pre English
The Greek Tragedians
WRiters of the Roman Empire
Classical Ancient Literature: The Illiad and The Odyssey (Hommer) Oedipus the King (Sophocles) Medea (Euripedes)
B.C.-A.D 450
Age 2 Early Old English
First English Lit appears A.D. 700
450-850
Age 3 Later Old English Anglo-Saxon
Beowulf
the rise of haiku poetry
Tale of Genji by Japanes writer Murasaki Shibiku
850-1100
Age 4 Middle English
Persian Poet Rumi
Petrarch-inventor of Italian sonnet
The Divine Comedy-Dante
Invention of the printing press
1066-1500
Age 5 Early Modern English
Dr Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, Edmund Spencer, Don Quixtore, Cervantes, Paradise Lost by john Milton, Jonathan Edwards
1500-1750
The Renaissance/ Elizabethan Age
1550-1660
Jacobean Age
Caroline Age
Commonwealth Period
The NeoClassical Period
1660-1785
The Restoration
The Augustan Age (Age of the Pope)
Puritan/Colonial Literature
Age 6 Modern English
William Blake, William Wordsworth,Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Jane Austen, Lord Byron, The Last of the Mohicans by James Fenimore Cooper
1750-1950
Victorian Period
Edgar Allen Poe, Rober Browning, Charles Dickens, Emily Dickinson, Henry James, Nathaniel Hawthorne
1832-1901
Later Moder English
On the Road by Jack Kerouac, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest by Ken Kesey, I know why the caged bird sings by Toni Morrison, the color purple by alic walker
1950
Transcendentalism
1840-1860
Ralph Waldo Emerson, Henry David Thoreau, Bronson Alcott, Margaret Fuller
Age of Realism
1890-1920
Henry James, Edith Wharton
The Edwardian Period(Eng)
Naturalism (Amer)
1901-1924
Heart of Darkness by Joseph Conrad, WED Dubois, Jack London, Edith Wharton
The Modern Period
1914-1945
TS Elior, Rober Frost, F Scott Fitzgerald, William Faulkner, John Stein beck, Zora Neale Hurston, Tennessee Williams
New Critism
Literature expressess "universal meaning" beyond its own time period and cultural context
John Crowe Ranscm, Robert Penn Warren, often looked at T.S Eliot and the essays of Matthew Arrold
Deconstructionism
Autnors play,with meaning and metaphors. Emphasizes the point at whic word of literatur seems to contradict themselves, leaving the critic to construct this meaning of these moments of contradition
Harold Bloom, Jonaman Culter,
Structuralism
Language is a system and is analyzed for its semiotic components
Roman Jakobson, Victor Propp, Jeoques Lacan, Claude Levi-Strauss
New Historicism
"Timeless"works that speak universal truths
Michel Foucault, Stephen Greenblatt
Maxrxist
Focuses on Economics and class relationship
Aliaz ahmso, Paul Baran, Michael Haroti, Karl Marx VI Lenin, Gayatri Chakravoriy Spivak
Readers Response
"Real Events" Concerened with the experience of reading and the effect that a work has on its readers
Louise Resenbiatt, Stenly Fish
Feminism
Gender, for men and women
Elaine Showalter, Helen ixious, luce Irigaray
Archetypal/ Myth
Plot Patterns of literture
Sophisticated & Realistic works
Mythic Formulae
Criticism based largely on the works of CG Judy (Young) and Joseph Campbell
Psychoanalytic
Writer's psyche
Creative Process
Effects of literature upon its reader
Freud & Jacques Lacon, Shosnona Felman, Norman Holland, Elizabeth Wright, Fredrick Hoffman