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EOCT study

Kendall Demirjian

TermDefinition
Chaucer English Period-tales of knights and lords, religious themes England
Machiavelli The Renaissance-religious, historical writing, letters, personal narratives; lyric poetry, drama, social commentary England
Shakespeare The Renaissance-religious, historical writing, letters, personal narratives; lyric poetry, drama, social commentary England
Cervantes The Renaissance-religious, historical writing, letters, personal narratives; lyric poetry, drama, social commentary England
John Milton Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Sir Isaac Newton Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Daniel Defoe Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Jonathan Swift Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Samuel Richardson Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Henry Fielding Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Gray Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Ben Johnson Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Lawrence Stern Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Oliver Goldsmith Neoclassical-fixed form poetry, political style with flowery language, travel writing England
Ben Franklin Colonial America-religious, historical writing, letters, personal narratives America
Thomas Paine Colonial America-religious, historical writing, letters, personal narratives America
Noah Webster Colonial America-religious, historical writing, letters, personal narratives America
William Wordsworth and Samuel Taylor Coleridge Romantic-nature writing and freedom of imagination England
Jane Austen Romantic-nature writing and freedom of imagination England
Mary Shelly Romantic-nature writing and freedom of imagination England
Lord Byron Romantic-nature writing and freedom of imagination England
Sir Walter Scoot Romantic-nature writing and freedom of imagination England
Edgar Allen Poe Romantic-nature writing and freedom of imagination America
Ralph Waldo Emerson Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Charles Dickens Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift England
Nathaniel Hawthorne Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Robert Browning Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Edgar Allen Poe Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Emily Bronte Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift England
Charlotte Bronte Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift England
William Thackeray Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift England
Charles Dickens Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift England
Elizabeth Barrett Browning Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Nathaniel Hawthorne Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Herman Melville Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Harriet Beecher Stowe Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Henry David Thoreau Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Walt Witman Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift America
Charles Darwin Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift England
George Eliot Early Victorian-gothic horror, idealism and spiritual uplift England
Karl Marx Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
Louisa May Alcott Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
George Eliot(Mary Ann Evens) Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
Thomas Hardy Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author England
Mark Twain Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
Henry James Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
Henrik Ibsen Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
Robert Louis Stevenson Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author England
Mark Twain Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
Thomas Hardy Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
George Bernard Shaw Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
Oscar Wilde Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
Stephen Crane Realistic Period-social stories without the obvious presence of the author America
Theodore Dreiser Naturalistic and symbolistic America
Jack London Naturalistic and symbolistic America
Joseph Conrad Edwardian America
Edith Wharton Edwardian America
John Millington Synge Edwardian Irish(other)
D.H. Lawrence Edwardian England
Willa Cather Edwardian America
T.S. Eliot First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
Aldous Huxley First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
James Joyce First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress Irish(other)
T.S. Eliot First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
E.M. Foster First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress English
Virginia Woolf First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress English
T.E Lawrence First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress Englis
Earnest Hemingway First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
William Faulkner First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
W.B. Yeats First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress Irish(other)
John Steinbeck First World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
James Joyce Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress Irish (other)
Richard Wright Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
George Orwell Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress English
Arthur Miller Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
J.D. Salinger Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
Samuel Beckett Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress Irish(other)
Vladmir Nabokov Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress English
Jack Kerouac Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
Chinua Achebe Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress African American(other)
Iris Murdock Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress English
Theodore Roethke Second World War-experimental, unique voices, youth culture and progress America
Sylvia Plath Postmodernist-anti-heros, media culture, humorous irony, social conflict America
Maya Angelou Postmodernist-anti-heros, media culture, humorous irony, social conflict African American(other)
Alice Walker Postmodernist-anti-heros, media culture, humorous irony, social conflict African American(other)
Raymond Carver Postmodernist-anti-heros, media culture, humorous irony, social conflict America
Toni Morrison Postmodernist-anti-heros, media culture, humorous irony, social conflict African American(other)
Amy Tan Postmodernist-anti-heros, media culture, humorous irony, social conflict Chinese American(other)
Thomas Pynchon Postmodernist-anti-heros, media culture, humorous irony, social conflict America
Created by: kendallanne