How language came to be and how we found our first words have been matters of research among linguists, anthropologists, and cognitive scientists for centuries.
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This article is a part of our FREE CRASH COURSE on OLD ENGLISH LITERATURE. CLICK HERE to access the complete material. The Fight of Finnsburh
Never-ending, everlasting, and endless are some of those simple-looking (but confusing) words that make English look not so easy. They all are used to describe
Old-English literature, also known as Anglo-Saxon literature, falls under the era from c. 500 AD to 1066 AD (up till the Norman Conquest of Britain).
Before we dive into the Voices in Literature, let me ask you something. Forget the jargon Authorial voice, Character’s voice, Narrative voice, and bla bla,
The word Predicate starts popping up here and there when we start studying grammar. Before we even know what Predicate is, they introduce us to
Realism and Impressionism: They sound like complicated, fancy terms. But, are they? We all have our ways of looking at life. Some live in their
Impressionism and Post-impressionism are art movements that originated in late 19th century France. I know they sound dangerously academic or aesthetic terms, but they are
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