First, classical naive realism. This mainly refers to literary works with elements of realism from ancient Greece and Rome through pre-Renaissance European studies. It can be said to be a lack of conscious consciousness of realism. Homeric epics, ancient Greek tragedies, comedies, etc. can be regarded as representatives of this type of work.

Second, Renaissance and 18th century Enlightenment realism. This is the starting point of Western modern realism, and began to have conscious awareness of realism creation. Door mound, Shakespeare, Cervantes, Defoe, Fielding, etc. can be regarded as representative of this type of realism. In the 18th century, European classicalism possessed both classicism and rationality, but also paid attention to the performance of real life with less romance and symbolic style in the history of literature. Often also seen as a type of realism. https://www.journalfirst.net/the-evolution-and-development-of-realism.html
 

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