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21 Jan

The Case for Comparative Literature

  The Case for Comparative Literature- R K Dhavan Q. How does R K Dhavan define comparative Literature? Etymologically, the term means ‘any literary work that compares’. Such a comparison could be in terms of structure, style or philosophic vision. It should lead us to a more comprehensive and adequate understanding of the works and their authors. Mainl

21 Jan

A Theoretical Framework for Influence Study in the Indo-Anglian Context

A Theoretical Framework for Influence Study in the Indo-Anglian Context What does expansion of linguistic systems an index of? Elaborate. Linguistic acculturation as a part of culture contact associates itself with a number of psycho-linguistic and socio-linguistic processes, which we would call confrontations. An overall view of linguistic influence suggests that expansion in li

21 Jan

Comparative Literature: Retrospect and Prospect_B.K.Das

         Comparative Literature: Retrospect and Prospect - B.K.Das What are source and target languages? A translator while undertaking the task of translation deals with two languages – the Source Language (SL) and the Target Language (TL). The translator renders the Source Language text into the Target Language text.  

12 Jan

What is Comparative Literature?

Comparative Literature “It is only by way of comparison that we know the truth precisely... All knowledge which is not obtained through the simple and pure intuition of an isolated thing is obtained by the comparison of two or more things among themselves. And almost all the work of human reason consists without doubt in making this operation