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Classical Fiction: Home

The term classic fiction can be applied in a broad sense to any creative narrative that has either been given special recognition or deemed worthy of academic discussion.

Objectives of the Course

To apprise the students with the development of English fiction from eighteenth to nineteenth century

To impart knowledge about the socio-economic conditions which provided a base for the rise of novel as a popular literary genre

To familiarize students with some basic features of novel construction and the ways different authors employ those features in their works

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Rational of the course

RATIONALE: This course is crucial to knowledge concerning the rise of novel as a major literary genre. It introduces students to the works of major novelists of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries.

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Nauman Waheed
Contact:
Riphah Intl. University, Al-Mizan Campus, ISD, Peshawar road RWP.
051-5125162 Ext 238

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