History, Epistemology, and Interdisciplinarity of Comparative Literature: A Study
Keywords:Interdisciplinarity, Comparative Literature, Literary Revival, Methodology, Translation
The paper discusses the historical significance of the academic discipline Comparative Literature, focusing on key theorists and their arguments on the methodological nuances of the discipline. The paper distinctly presents the disciplinary associations of Comparative Literature and tries to frame it from a reader’s perspective. The status of Comparative Literature in academia highlighting the historical timeline is discussed along with presenting the crisis the discipline has faced/faces in its methodological approach.
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