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Notes on Relation Between English as Mother Tongue and English as Literature

The rise of an expansive collection of experimental writing in English by its non-native client’s requests that we create basic viewpoints for comprehension, assessing, and acknowledging such written work. This group of composing comes fundamentally from previous British states. The greatest spurt in English composition has come in the years instantly encompassing the death of the British Empire. An inventive driving force was given by the Patriot developments and by the restoration of native customs and reaffirmation of national nobility that came afterward. Also, two different components were at assumed whose parts in this scholarly Renaissance have not been adequately noted. One is the development in bilingualism in English, making sizeable quantities of English-knowing indigenous individuals who could be depended on as a potential gathering of people for the new literature. Keywords - Mother tongue, English Literature