Literature is the art of written works.Literally translated, theword literature means "acquaintancewith letters" (as in the "arts andletters"). The two most basic writtenliterary categoriesinclude fiction and non fiction.
ELEMENTS OF LITERATUREWritten works having excellence in:• Form• Expression• Ideas• Widespread and Lasting Interest
The Major Genres LiteratureProse Poetry Drama
PROSE Prose is the ordinary form of written language.It imitates the spoken language.
LiteratureProse Poetry Drama Prose FICTION NON-FICTION Short Stories Personal Narrative Fairy Tales Letters Folk Tales Memoirs Novels Short Stories Poems Reports
LiteratureProse Poetry Drama Poetry Poetry is language written with rhythm, figurative language, imagery, sound devices and emotionally charged language. Major Types of Poetry Lyric Poetry Narrative Poetry Concrete Poetry
Lyric Poem Lyric poem is a highly musical verse thatexpresses the observation and feelings of a single speaker.
Narrative PoemNarrative Poem is a story told in verse. Narrative poems often have all the elements of short stories, including characters, conflict, and plot.
Concrete PoemConcrete Poem is one with a shape that suggests its subject. The poet arrangesthe letters, punctuation, and lines to create an image or picture, on the page.
LiteratureProse Poetry Drama Drama is a story written to be performed by actors. Although a drama is meant to be performed, one can also read the script, or written version, and imagine the action.
HistoryThis book Discusses the politicaland economic aspects of eachperiod as well as the social andcultural milieu, and includes atimeline, brief biographical noteson key players, and abibliographic essay.
AN EASY INTRODUCTIONTO THE HISTORY OF INDIA:CHAPTER I, THE LAND AM)ITS PHYSICAL FEATURES. §.Extent and Boundaries. §2. ... Physical Divisions ofSouthern India. § 8. The Plateauof the Deccan and Mysore.
This book provides awide-ranging history of Africafrom earliest prehistory to thepresent day. using the cultural,social, political, and economiclenses of Africa as instruments toilluminate the ordinary lives ofAfricans.
ReligionOriginally titled The Religions of Man, this completely revised andupdated edition of Smiths masterpiece, now with an engaging newforeword, explores the essential elements and teachings of the worldspredominant faiths, including:Hinduism,Buddhism,Confucianism,Taoism,Islam,Judaism,Christianity,and the native traditions of the Americas, Australia, Africa, and Oceania.Emphasizing the inner -- rather than institutional -- dimensions of thesereligions, Smith devotes special attention to Zen and Tibetan Buddhism,Sufism, and the teachings of Jesus. He convincingly conveys the uniqueappeal and gifts of each of the traditions and reveals their hold on thehuman heart and imagination
The media, with specific reference to the collective entity ofnewspapers, radio, television and the International Network(Internet), play avery important role in national development. National developmentinvolveschanges or advancement in a nation aimed at improving thepolitical,economic and social lives of the people. The real influence of themedia in national development will depend on the mediathemselves, the societies in which they operate, and the audiencethey reach. None of these factors are the same everywhere, at alltimes, or under all conditions. The media in dictatorships, forexample, are not likely to exercise the same influence as those indemocratic societies. Even among similar types of government,other factors, such as technology, the target audience and themessage, may influence the extent of media impact in the society.
In the world of today, media has become almost asnecessary as food and clothing. It is true that mediais playing an outstanding role in strengthening thenation, it’s a mirror of the nation. Its duty is toinform, educate and entertain the people. Theyhelp us to know whats going on around the world.They put their lives in danger during attacks or anatural disasters, just to inform us of the situation.It is partly because of them that awareness isspreading in the nation. It is the media who shapeour lives. Our lives would be incomplete withoutthe media.
Media is the watch dog of the political democracy. Ifit plays its role honestly, it will be a great force inbuilding the nationMedia is the biggest tool to bring awareness in thesociety, either it be political, social or economical.they let us know about the whole word while we aresitting in our dining rooms having a cup of coffee,so they definitely play a huge role.