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APPROACHES TO LITERATURE

APPROACHES TO LITERATURE

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The “formalistic” or “literary” approach is close to the “art for art’s sake” dictum by Jose Garcia Villa.
The study of the selection is more or less based on the so-called literary elements which more or less boil down to the literal level, the affective values, the ideational values, technical values and the total effect and communication.
For moral or humanistic approach, the nature of man is central to literature. This approach is close to the “morality” of literature, to questions of ethical goodness and badness.
Historical approach is based on the “moment-milieu-race,” it sees literature as both a reflection and a product of the times and circumstances in which it was written. It operates on the premise that the history of a nation has telling effects on its literature and that a piece can be better understood and appreciated if one knows the times around its creation.
Cultural approach is one of the richest ways to arrive at the culture of the people and one of the most pleasurable ways of appreciating the literature of a people. It goes by the dictum “culture teaching through literature.
Psychological approach considers literature as the expression of “personality,” of “inner drives” of “neurosis.” It has resulted in an almost exhausting and exhaustive “psychological analysis” of characters, of symbols and images, of recurrent themes, and the likes.
Therefore, it is possible to draw different questions from one literary selection using the different approaches to literature. Hence, this may as well show the versatility of a literary piece.

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The “formalistic” or “literary” approach is close to the “art for art’s sake” dictum by Jose Garcia Villa.
The study of the selection is more or less based on the so-called literary elements which more or less boil down to the literal level, the affective values, the ideational values, technical values and the total effect and communication.
For moral or humanistic approach, the nature of man is central to literature. This approach is close to the “morality” of literature, to questions of ethical goodness and badness.
Historical approach is based on the “moment-milieu-race,” it sees literature as both a reflection and a product of the times and circumstances in which it was written. It operates on the premise that the history of a nation has telling effects on its literature and that a piece can be better understood and appreciated if one knows the times around its creation.
Cultural approach is one of the richest ways to arrive at the culture of the people and one of the most pleasurable ways of appreciating the literature of a people. It goes by the dictum “culture teaching through literature.
Psychological approach considers literature as the expression of “personality,” of “inner drives” of “neurosis.” It has resulted in an almost exhausting and exhaustive “psychological analysis” of characters, of symbols and images, of recurrent themes, and the likes.
Therefore, it is possible to draw different questions from one literary selection using the different approaches to literature. Hence, this may as well show the versatility of a literary piece.

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Published by: esquivelazzej on Feb 18, 2010
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