Why is Marlowe called the father of English tragedy?
Christopher Marlowe has rightly been called the father of English drama. … Because he marks the end of the first period in the history of drama and the beginning of thee second over which he presides . His advent marks the end of Medieval drama and the birth of the great Renaissance drama.
Who wrote Dr Faustus?
Who is the father of English literature in India?
Mulk Raj Anand: founding father of Indian English novel.
Who is the father of Indian English drama?
English Drama in India was started by Krishna Mohan Banerji with his work The Persecuted (1837).
Who is the mother of English?
Her works have been translated into more than 50 languages.
|Woolf in 1902|
|Born||Adeline Virginia Stephen25 January 1882 South Kensington, London, England|
|Died||28 March 1941 (aged 59) Lewes, East Sussex, England|
|Occupation||Novelist essayist publisher critic|