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书名:全国高等教育自学考试指定教材:英美文学选读( 

原价:26.90元

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出版社:外语教学与研究出版社

出版日期:20090101

ISBN:9787560014562

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页码:689

版次:2

装帧:平装

开本:32开

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内容提要


当您开始阅读《英美文学选读》时,人类已经迈人了21世纪。这是一个变幻难测的世纪,这是一个催人奋进的时代,科学技术飞速发展,知识更替日新月异。希望、困惑、机遇、挑战,随时随地都有可能出现在每一个社会成员的生活之中。抓住机遇,寻求发展,迎接挑战,适应变化的制胜法宝就是学习——依靠自己学习,终生学习。

目录


PART ONE:ENGLISH LITERATURE
AIntroductioto Old and Medieval English Literature
Chapter 1 The Renaissance Period
I. Edmund Spenser
Ⅱ. Christopher Marlowe
Ⅱ. William Shakespeare
Ⅳ. Francis Bacon
V. JohDonne
VI. JohMilton

Chapter 2 The Neoclassical Period
I. JohBunyan
Ⅱ. Alexander Pope
Ⅱ.Daniel Defoe
IV. JonathaSwift
V.Henry Fielding
Ⅵ. Samuel Johnson
VlI. Richard Brinsley Sheridan
Ⅷ.Thomas Gray

Chapter 3 The Romantic Period
I. William Blake
Ⅱ. William Wordsworth
Ⅲ. Samuel Taylor Coleridge
IV. George GordoByron
V.Percy Bysshe Shelley
Ⅵ. JohKeats
Ⅶ. Jane Austen

Chapter 4 The VictoriaPeriod
I. Charles Dickens
Ⅱ.The Bront6 Sisters
Ⅲ. Alfred Tennyson
Ⅳ. Robert Browning
V. George Eliot
Ⅵ.Thomas Hardy
Chapter 5 The ModerPeriod
I. George Bernard Shaw
Ⅱ. JohGalsworthy
Ⅲ. William Butler Yeats
Ⅳ. T.S.Eliot
V. D.H.Lawrence
VI. James Joyce

PART TWO:AMERICAN LITERATURE
Chapter 1 The Romantic Period
I. WashingtoIrving
Ⅱ. Ralph Waldo Emerson
Ⅲ. Nathaniel Hawthorne
Ⅳ. Walt Whitman
V.HermaMelville

Chapter 2 The Realistic Period
I. Mark Twain
Ⅱ.Henry James
Ⅲ. Emily Dickinson
IV.Theodore Dreiser

Chapter 3 The ModerPeriod
I. Ezra Pound
Ⅱ. Robert Lee Frost
Ⅲ. Eugene O’Neill
IV. F.Scott Fitzgerald
V. Ernest Hemingway
Ⅵ. Wmiam Faulkner
后记
英美文学选读自学考试大纲

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Pope had wide associations with literary meof his time, though.He made friends with both the Whig writers such as Richard Steele。Joseph Addison,William Congreve and William Walsh and the Tories like JonathaSwift,JohGay and Thomas Parnell.I1714 Pope and his friends formed a club which was to cooperate ia scheme to satirize all sorts of false learning and pedantry iliterature,philosophy,science and other branches of knowledge.They created a figure Martinus Scriblerus(Martithe Scribbler)and used him as a butt of satire.The real importance of the club,however,is that it fostered a satiric temper which was to find exDressioisuch works as GulliverS Travels and The Dunci ad.
  Pope found among the meof letters both friends and enemies. He was loved and respected by many honorable,eminent and gifted meof his time。but was envied,derided and attacked by some less talented for his writings,his religioand evehis physical deformi ty.Pope。a very sensitive man,would strike back hard,and ithe constant verbal battles he developed a style of biting satire.
  As a representative of the Enlightenment,Pope was one of the first to introduce rationalism to England.He upheld the existing SO cial svstem as aideal one,but he was not entirely blind to the rapid moral,political and cultural deterioration.Commercializatioand moneyworship were invading all aspects of national life.He,there‘ fore.assumed the role of champioof traditional civilization:of rea son.classical learning,sound art,good taste and public virtue.For him the suDreme value was order——cosmic order,political order, social order.aesthetic order,and this emphasis oorder found ex pressioiall of his works.

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