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A Brief History of Irish Novels

Irish literature falls into two distinct categories. Written in the Irish language, the first category includes bardic poems and Celtic sagas. The second category, Irish literature written in English, includes what is often called Anglo-Irish literature because it was created… Read More ›

Literary Terms and Devices

Aestheticism European literary movement, with its roots in France, that was predominant in the 1890’s. It denied that art needed to have any utilitarian purpose and focused on the slogan “art for art’s sake.” The doctrines of aestheticism were introduced… Read More ›

HSST 2017 Syllabus

Download PDF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER – ENGLISH (JUNIOR) HSST SYLLABUS PART I MODULE I – CHAUCER TO NEO CLASSICISM Poetry • Geoffrey Chaucer “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales • Edmund Spenser “Prothalamion” • William Shakespeare… Read More ›

HSST 2017 Syllabus

Download PDF HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER HIGHER SECONDARY SCHOOL TEACHER – ENGLISH (JUNIOR) HSST SYLLABUS PART I MODULE I – CHAUCER TO NEO CLASSICISM Poetry • Geoffrey Chaucer “The Prologue” to The Canterbury Tales • Edmund Spenser “Prothalamion” • William Shakespeare… Read More ›