1. Classical Criticism Presentation -Prepared by- D. Paragkumar Dave- M.A. ( Eng.) [email_address] Blog:- firstname.lastname@example.org
2. : Acknowledgements: I am heartily thankful to all those who have rendered me hand in creation of the present Slides. And of course, I am, always owed to ICT, which has made it feasible to erect our new perspective in pedagogy. This is an example of Renovated Self-Study Tech, with which I have empirically optimized ICT. I hope this will be valuable to all literary students, esp. Open Univ. Students (O.U.S.) who are pursuing their Higher-Degree in an Open Univ. Hithereto, we have been taught to learn but now, as you all are aware, the principal aim of our higher (University) Study is to expand the frontiers of one’s own thinking ,comprehension power . I thank all those great authors/professors who have created immortal works to enrich the English Literary Criticism. June, 26, 2011 D.Paragkumar Dave Place:- Surat-city M.A. English
27. Aristotle :-( 384-322 B.C.) Aristotle was the son of a well known medical practitioner, Nicomachus who came from the Asklepian trading located in Macedonia. At the age of seventeen, Aristotle became a student of Plato. Later in Athens, he established his school and research, funded by Alexander, on music, botany, Zoology, medicine, Mathematics and Logic. His cosmology, physics, astronomy and theology were complied at his academy. The dialogues now lost were modeled on Plato’s and were called On Rhetoric, On Soul, On Philosophy, On Metaphysics etc. His prominent works are Analytics, Physics, De Aniima, Methaphysics, Nichomian Ethics, Politics, Ryheotoric and Poetics (fragment). He was really a revelatory thinker as compared to Plato.