22 thoughts on “Brief History Of English Literature

  1. Is se behtreen history kbhi kisi ne nhi smjhaai ……fabulous work.. God blessss u sir

  2. Bhai….Allahabad university ……BA2013 & 2015MA batch…i know u

  3. Thanku so much sir for the details of the age of the English literature

  4. Sir iss baar net k syllabus m charter act Or East company jese topic bhi add hue h sir????

  5. Play list me site show ni kr rhi h sir ..kaise sequence me video dekh skte h

  6. The video is nice overview of the history of English literature.. to cover up this much in such a short time is commendable.

  7. Sir,this's very short to know.Why're you giving a little information about'History of English Literature '?Everybody know this.Anglo Saxon period,Anglo Norman period,Age of Chaucer.Anglo Saxon starts from 450 BC and end with norman conquest.Anglo Norman period starts from Norman conquest and ends with 1350.Then Age of Chaucer (1340 -1400).Then 15 century…in 15 century ,some period is called 'Age of Revival.'But not whole period.It's not a piece of cake.

  8. Sir mene unacademy join kr lia
    Pls jldi class start kijiye sir plss

  9. Unit I: Grammar 20 lectures

    I. Clauses:

     Clause elements and subject –verb concord

     Basic clause patterns

     Types of clauses : finite – non-finite (tensed – tenseless), independent –

    dependent (Main – Subordinated)

     Kinds of subordinate clause : Noun clause, Prepositional Clause ,

    Relative clause , Adverb Clause, Comparative Clause

     Co-ordinated Clauses

    II. Sentences:

     Basic and Derived structures

    Following rules to be studied – Fronting, Inversion, Passive

    reconsideration, Substitution of PP for Indirect Object, Tag Questions,

    Postponement of the post-modifier, Cleft Sentence, Existential Sentence

    and Extraposition.

    Unit 2
    Art of Writing

    Mechanics of Writing 05 lectures

     Characteristics of typical writing and typical speech

     Cohesion and Coherence

     Correct use of Articles, Prepositions, Adverbs, Adjectives

     Common Errors – Grammatical, Syntactical, Lexical, Punctuation,


     Writing a Thesis Statement
    Rhetorical Structures 10 lectures

     Classification, Comparison – Contrast, Cause – Effect, Chronological

    and Spatial Ordering, Order of Importance, Statement and

    Elaboration, Restatement, Exemplification, Listing

     Understanding connotations, Using bias-free language, Avoiding

    jargon and archaic/ outdated language, Eliminating repetition and

    redundancy, Content Analysis, and Rhetorical Devices

    Unit 3: Types/ Domains of Writing 10 lectures

     Argumentative/ reflective writing

     Analytical writing

     Creative / Figurative writing

     Advertisement /Body Copy writing
    I want above notes please send me link or tell me any good book

  10. Nice video.. Sir aap kaise hai? Hamesa ap swast rahie.. Ye dua rab se.. Ap ka ek learner..

  11. Sir you explain the history of English literature very well Nd the video is splendid …. Fatima..🙏

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