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  • 1. ARISTOTLE’S 06/10/2010 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
  • 2. 06/10/2010 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
  • 3.
    • Past Or Present
    • Commonly Believed And What Is Ideal.
    • Natural Pleasure In Imitation.
    • In-Born Instinct In Men.
    • Child To Learn His Earliest Lessons.
    • Grown Up Child- A Poet.
    • Harmony And Rhythm
    • Good Literature Give Pleasure .
    06/10/2010 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
  • 4.
    • Tragedy
    • Comedy
    • Epic
    • Object
    • Medium
    • Manner
    ARISTOTLE CLASSIFICATION OF VARIOUS FORMS OF ART. ARISTOTLE – IMITATION DECIDES TYPE OF POETRY 06/10/2010 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
  • 5.
    • David Daiches………
    • The Aspect Of Life And The Kind Of Characters.
    • “ They Are Either Better Than They Are In Real Life, Or Worse Or The Same”.
    OBJECT 06/10/2010 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
  • 6.
    • A Poet And Painter
    • Denotative, Connotative, Ryathmic And Music Aspects.
    • Forms And Colours.
    • Tragedy Writer-Kind Of Metre.
    • Comedy-Another.
    MEDIUM 06/10/2010 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
  • 7.
    • David Daiches………
    • “ The Poet Can Tell A Story In Narrative Form.
    • Third-Person Narrative.
    • Story Can Be Presented Dramatically.
    • No Use Third Person Narrative At All.
    MANNER 06/10/2010 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH
  • 8. ACKNOWLEDGED TO: -DR.DILIP SIR BARAD . 06/10/2010 DEPARTMENT OF ENGLISH

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