When want to know the history of literature, we should know some aspects of life which are affected by the literature. The feeling of humans is invisible, tearful. It is out of the touch and, the smell. It could not be guessed by any eyes, ears or nose or any contact. It can only be realized with the mind and imagination. Literature is that power that can be realized through stories and life incidents through countless lives beyond our own lives. Literature with its immense power can easily reach us in the land of people from any place far away. Our hearts can swing through their depictions of happiness and sorrow. When the reader is reading any literature, he is floating in the boat of his feeling in the ocean of life created by literature. He is tireless, and at times, delighted to sail the sea.
He wants to manifest himself as human beings and the best of any other beings. But what does he have that he will reveal? He wants to expose the unpublished, the abstract to the abstract. That is, all the people who publish it all at one time were unpublished. Human language has participated in this program to publish the unpublished. Art Language does not simply convey the unpublished, it easily expresses and reaches the subject or event that is possible to convey in the human consciousness. Language is, therefore, the body of literature. The imagination of the reader breathes life into it. Any literary action can therefore be explained in different ways. By reading the same literature, different readers get different feelings. Literature is therefore a joint effort of the author and the reader; He has no chance of thinking of the writer alone.
That is to say, literature first attacks us. Later it takes our consciousness to life. And the work of literature on our consciousness is a kind of human action. Literature, therefore, creates an open door for all people to reach a great deal of humanity. The thing is, however, that it is not always the way that humanity moves. Indirect Objectives, the transmission of direct emotions can also become the main purpose of literature. For example, Sophocles’ Oedipus Rex not only shakes the universe of our emotions, but it also shakes our human faith and human behavior. It tells us that the phenomenon of human life is beyond our control as we have no hand in everything in the zodiac. From there I understand that is an incredible philosophy of life. He became a teacher as well as a literary scholar. His work became the eternal wealth of mankind.
The history of literature is closely evolved with the development of civilization. For example, ancient Egyptian literature and Sumerian literature are considered among the oldest in the world. In ancient Egyptian literature, religious and moral advisory texts, hymns and prayers were written entirely in rhyme. Various historical plots have been reflected in national and tribal stories, earth and culture, social practices and moral or metaphysical literature. Homer’s epic, the Iron Age, and a little later the great Indian epic oral traditions are ancient fictional literature. Early on, The hymn. Though imaginative and fascinating, later that literature is vital in economics, psychology, science, religion, politics, culture, study, social and depth information systems. Literature becomes very important in terms of learning about history.
History of Literature Era
Bronze Age: Sumerian, Ancient Egyptian, Akkadian, Classical, Avestan, Chinese, Greek, Hebrew, Latin. Pali, Sanskrit, Syriac, Tamil, Japanese
Marginal Medieval: Britain’s France Matter, Armenian, Byzantine, Georgian, Kannada, Middle Persian, Turkish, Roman Matter
Medieval: Old Bulgarian, Old English, Middle English, Armenian, Byzantine, Catalan, Dutch, French, Georgian, German, Indian, Old Irish, Italian, Korean, Japanese, Nepalese, Norse, Russian, Telugu, Turkish, Welsh
The first is modern
Romantic Movement Fiction, Folk Traditions and Old Myths Inquisition, Sir Walter Scott published in 1802 the Scottish, Amelia Poie, another romantic in the 19th century, was published poetry and was an active anti-war campaigner. Anna Bannerman (1765-1829) reworked King Arthur and the legend of the thunderbolt.
Renaissance and Baroque
European literature which was also influenced by intellectual and cultural trends associated with the Renaissance. The Renaissance was written in the general movement which continued until Italy in the 14th century and continued to spread to the western world during the 16th century. It is characterized by a humanitarian philosophy, the adoption of the restoration of classical literature from time immemorial. The world is considered from a human-centered perspective. The ideas of outreach are revived and served in Christianity. Seek the joy of the ignorant and a critical and logical soul completes the ideological landscape of the time. New literary genres such as essays (Rowde) and new rhythmic forms such as the Sonnet (Petrarch) and Spenserian volumes make their appearance.
The modern of the century
The literature was started by the epic Beowulf, written at some point in the Christian era from the 8th to the 11th centuries. The next most notable feature of English literature is the works of poet Geoffrey Chasar (1343-1400); Especially The Canterbury Tales. William Shakespeare, Ben Johnson, John Dunn, and other poets and playwrights were the main poets and dramatists of the period, especially during the Renaissance era, especially in the late 16th and early 17th centuries. Another famous poet, John Milton (1608-74), wrote the epic Paradise Lost (1667) in the late 17th century. During this period that the poems of John Dryden and Alexander Pope and the works of Jonathan Swift were composed. In the 19th century, novel literature was introduced into English literature by the writings of Daniel Defoe, Samuel Richardson, and Henry Fielding. On the other hand, romantic poets William Wordsworth, Samuel Taylor Coleridge, Percy Bishop Shelley, Lord Byron, and John Keats, emerged in the late 1800s and early 19th century.