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Historical Strategies

There is a relationship between history and literature. History uses literature as window to the past because history cannot provide the same details and information that literature can do. In other way, use history to understand literature clearly as well. For example, Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1852) displays the white attitudes toward blacks in the nineteenth century which we cannot find that on any of the historical documents such a state laws. There are four historical strategies influent: Literary history criticism, Marxist criticism, new historical criticism and culture criticism.

Literary historians shift the emphasis from the period to the work. The basic strategy of literary historians is to illuminant the historic background in order to shed light in some aspect of the work itself. For example, reading poem “London” by William Blacke. If you do not know the social conditions and the diseases that were found there in the late eighteenth you will not understand the poem.

Marxist criticism developed during the 1930s when some people look to literature as proletarian social and economic goals. This critics focus on the ideological content of the work and the value of a matters such a culture and power. Also, it pays more attention to the content and themes of the literature more theme its form. These critics explain socioeconomics structure that Mrs. Mallard talked about it in “repression”.



The new historical criticism is the development of the combing the history and the literature since the 1960s. It cares about the text of the work and the modern reader’s understanding of that work. The new historical critics include the political, economic, social, medical and aesthetic concerns. These issues can be used to tell the reasons of the pressures that destroy Mrs. Mallard. Cultural criticism is similarly to the new historical criticism in focusing in historical contexts of literary work, but it pays more attention to the manifestations of social, political and economic contexts. Culture criticism includes the postcolonial criticism, the study of culture behavior and the analysis of literature works written by writers from colonizing country like Indian.

The relation between history and literature is strong. People cannot understand literature without knowing the history about that literary work. Also, literature show the real events and details about what happened that it may be absent from documents and people’s minds. The historical strategies has four types: Literary history criticism, Marxist criticism, new historical criticism and culture criticism. Every strategy has its own period of time and definition.
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Historical Strategies

There is a relationship between history and literature. History uses literature as a window to the past because history cannot provide the same details and information that literature can. In other way, we use history to understand literature clearly as well. For example, Uncle Tom’s Cabin (1852) displays the white's attitudes toward the black people in the nineteenth century which we cannot find on any of the historical documents such as state laws. There are four historical strategy influences: Literary historical criticism, Marxist criticism, new historical criticism and culture criticism.

Literary historians shift the emphasis from the period to the work. The basic strategy of literary historians is to illuminate the historic background in order to shed light in some aspects of the work itself. For example, reading the poem “London” by William Blacke. If you do not know the social conditions and the diseases that were found there in the late eighteenth century you will not understand the poem.

Marxist criticism developed during the 1930s when some people look at literature as proletarian social and economic goals. These critics focus on the ideological content of the work and the value of matters such as culture and power. Also, it pays more attention to the content and themes of the literature more than to its form. These critics explain socioeconomical structures that Mrs. Mallard talked about it in “repression”.

The new historical criticism is the development of the combing of history and the literature since the 1960s. It cares about the text of the work and the modern reader’s understanding of that work. The new historical critics include the political, economic, social, medical and aesthetic concerns. These issues can be used to tell the reasons of the pressures that destroy Mrs. Mallard. Cultural criticism is similar to the new historical criticism in focusing on historical contexts of literary work, but it pays more attention to the manifestations of social, political and economic contexts. Culture criticism includes the postcolonial criticism, the study of culture behavior and the analysis of literature works written by writers from colonizing countries like India.

The relation between history and literature is strong. People cannot understand literature without knowing the history about that literary work. Also, literature shows the real events and details about what happened that might be absent from documents and people’s minds. There are four types of historical strategies: Literary historical criticism, Marxist criticism, new historical criticism and culture criticism. Every strategy has its own period in time and definition.
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