Contemporary literature is ironic and reflects a society's political, social and personal views. The term "contemporary literature" usually applies to anything written after World War II. Contemporary literature reflects current trends in life and culture and because these things change often, contemporary literature changes often as well. Contemporary literature most often reflects the author's perspective and can come across as cynical. It questions facts, historical perspectives and often presents two contradictory arguments side by side.
This course if offered Courtsey NPTEL and covers topics of Contemporary Literature The course aims to study contemporary literature in all its diversity
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