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  English Literature
It is not unlikely that the written literature may have begun as early as the sixth century, but at any rate, by the middle of the seventh century the traces of it are clear in the work of Cædmon, according to the testimony of Bede.
It is the custom of historians of literature to divide the literary life of Chaucer into a French, an Italian, and an English period, according as his work was influenced by the manner of each national literature.
After long years of repression they have their full freedom in the arena of literature, and there is more than a promise that when the history of the twentieth century comes to be written many Catholic names will be found in the highest places on the roll of honour.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/e/english_literature.html   (11518 words)

 Italian Literature
This century in Italy, as elsewhere, is the golden age of vernacular ascetical and mystical literature, producing a rich harvest of translations from the Scriptures and the Fathers, of spiritual letters, sermons, and religious treatises no less remarkable for their fervour and unction than for their linguistic value.
Also in religious literature we have the ascetical letters of B. Giovanni Dominici (died 1419), a strenuous opponent of the pagan tendencies of the classical revival, and the vernacular sermons (1427) of St. Bernardine of Siena.
Political considerations colour most of the literature of the middle of the century, whether it be the historical writings of Cesare Balbo (1789-1853), the satirical and patriotic poems of Giuseppe Giusti (1809-50), the revolutionary lyrics of Gabriele Rossetti (1783-1854), the tragedies of Giovanbattista Niccolini (1782-1861), or the once admired romances of Francesco Domenico Guerrazzi (1804-73).
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/i/italian_literature.html   (5869 words)

 French Literature - LoveToKnow 1911
From the point of view of the general historian of literature it may not be improper here to give a caution against the frequent use of the word "proven" in such matters.
The other, one of the most remarkable developments of sportive literature which the world has seen, produced the second indigenous literary growth of which France can boast, namely, the fabliaux, and the almost more remarkable work which is an immense conglomerate' of fabliaux, the great beast-epic of the Roman de Renart.
Side by side with these two forms of literature, the epics and romances of the higher classes, and the fabliau, which, at least in its original, represented rather the feelings of the lower, there grew up a third kind, consisting of purely lyrical poetry.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /French_Literature   (16352 words)

 ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
The rise of a literature, both written and spoken, in the vernacular began in the 13th century; a period of great political and civil revival in the Italian cities and a lively renaissance in art and culture after the difficult centuries following barbarian domination.
The prose of the 14th century was characterized by an explosion of religious literature, primarily aimed at the education and religious instruction of the people.
Italian culture and literature experienced a revival in the second half of the 18th century as a result of the spread of the ideals of the Enlightenment.
www.crs4.it /~riccardo/Letteratura/Misc/Storia.html   (5711 words)

 Italian Literature
As another result, Italian literature has borne from its earliest days a strongly marked classicism, not only in the narrow sense of adherence to classical principles of style, but also in the broader sense of respect for tradition.
It fuses, too, the secular motifs of the age; the threads of the amatory conventions of the courtly love, the satiric postures of earlier vernacular writings, the idealization of knightly virtues are all woven into the philosophical-theological tapestry.
These academies were of interest primarily to the scholars and philosophers of the time, and were mainly concerned with subjects tangential to literature; it might even be contended that their influence on literature proper was not a healthy one.
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 Czech Baroque Literature
Czech remained by far the majority language, however, and much valuable Czech literature was printed, including fine sermons and lyrical poetry, inspired by the revived spiritual and stylistic values of 17th-century Roman Catholicism.
In his systematic grammar Čechořečnost (1672) Rosa played a little at being a purist, too, making up some fanciful long-winded native words, but here he cheerfully exploits foreign words of politesse: one senses a Baroque facetiousness in all this.
The most lively cultivated Czech prose is to be found in abundant Catholic sermons and related devotional literature.
users.ox.ac.uk /~tayl0010/lit_baroq.htm   (3597 words)

 Woman In Literature.
In other fields of literature, her "History of Rome" won her deserved renown, while the lovely romance of "Philothea" is still read with pleasure by young and old.
So far we have dealt only with those who have won their promotion and passed on from this field of work to another; but the next name on the roll of honor is that of one who is still living, the dean of American literary women, Mrs.
Stowe is still with us in the land of our sojourn, it is none the less true that she belongs to the last period of literature, not to the present.
digital.library.upenn.edu /women/elliott/art/119.html   (1926 words)

 John Locke -- Overview [Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy]
His knowledge of medicine and occasional practice of the art led, in 1666, to an acquaintance with Lord Ashley (afterwards, from 1672, Earl of Shaftesbury).
When Shaftesbury was made lord chancellor in 1672, Locke became his secretary for presentations to benefices, and, in the following year, was made secretary to the board of trade.
it met with immediate success, and led to a voluminous literature of attack and reply; young fellows of colleges tried to introduce it at the universities, and heads of houses sat in conclave to devise means for its suppression.
www.iep.utm.edu /l/locke.htm   (7767 words)

 Children's Literature: Meet Authors & Illustrators   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
When she began reading aloud to her two young daughters, she knew children's book writing and illustration was everything she loved in one attractive package.
Stanley has transformed the biography genre of children's literature for eight to twelve year olds from novels with a few line drawings to appealing colorfully written and illustrated books that make children wonder and dream.
Somehow she uncovered information to debunk the generally-held belief that Leonardo's backward writing was intended to discourage snoopers; she says he wrote that way because he was left-handed and found it convenient.
www.childrenslit.com /f_dianestanley.html   (4217 words)

 Literature in Corfu
Corfu Literature - Poetry - Literary Institutions in Kerkyra.
The historian Andreas Marmoras (1618-1684) is well remembered as the author of the first history of Corfu, published in 1672 in Italian and entitled Della Historia di Corfu.
He wrote a monumental translation of Virgil’s Aenid and Georgics in Homeric hexameters.
www.corfunext.com /literature_corfu.htm   (551 words)

 PAL:Anne Bradstreet(1612?-1672)
"The Puritan Poetry of Anne Bradstreet," Texas Studies in Literature and Language, 9 (1967): 317-331.
Berryman: The Ultimate Seduction." American Literature: A Journal of Literary History, Criticism, and Bibliography 66:2 (June 1994): 353-66.
Is her assertion that she had a secondary and defective talent genuine, or was it a calculated, rhetorical pose designed to offset criticism?
www.csustan.edu /english/reuben/pal/chap1/bradstreet.html   (842 words)

 Energy Citations Database (ECD) - Energy and Energy-Related Bibliographic Citations
A total of 1672 references are included concerning plasma physics, magnetohydrodynamics, magnetic confinement, experimental devices, and other subjects related to controlled fusion research.
The references were taken from Nuclear Science Abstracts (NSA) for the period Jan. 1961 through May 1962.
The information presented supplements that in the literature search which appears as TID3557 and the bib1iography which appears as TID-3072 (Rev.1).
www.osti.gov /energycitations/product.biblio.jsp?osti_id=4773145   (149 words)

 Ambergris Pathfinder: Periodical Literature
A review of the scientific and technical literature on ambergris [Riechstoffe] from a now-defunct journal which dealt with raw materials of animal origin.
A review of the chemical literature on the synthesis of ambergris-like compounds.
The article covers the scientific and technical literature and focuses on the work of researchers in industry, principally in flavors and fragrances, and at academic research laboratories.
www.netstrider.com /documents/ambergris/journals/index.html   (6189 words)

 American Literature 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
American Literature II "Perhaps the most insidious and least understood form of segregation is that of the word.
In this course, we will pay special attention to the ways in which literature's formal elements interact with social environment to enable particular kinds of narratives about gender, race, and American identity.
For very basic pointers on writing about literature, see my Grading Standards and Writing Tips.
server1.fandm.edu /departments/English/d_steward/amlit2.html   (1860 words)

 Free Literature Essays   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
You will also find Catcher in the Rye essays, To Kill a Mockingbird essays, and Shakespeare essays.
Browse Romeo and Juliet essays, Macbeth essays, Henry VI essays, Julius Caesar essays, King Lear essays, Othello essays, and more Shakespearean essays free.
When comparing the epic poem of The Song of Roland to the romantic literature of Ywain, the differences between the early medieval period and the high medieval period become evident.
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 Language & Literature
Political Literature of Iran in the Time of Constitutionalism
Principles of Writng and Editiing [in Persian Literature]
Prison Diary in Persian Literature: From the Baginning of Persian Poetry Until the End of the Zand Dynasty.
www.mazdapub.com /P-Language-Literature.htm   (3638 words)

 American Literature III
Twentieth Century Course Goals: To expand our knowledge and understanding of contemporay American Literature.
We will look at the times and society within which pieces of literature were created and considered the lasting impact or influence of the literature.
This page created by William LaGrange and maintained by Dr. Brown.
www.usao.edu /~usao-engl2343   (151 words)

Double-crested Cormorant impacts on sport fish: literature review, agency survey, and strategies.
Egg dimensions and shell characteristics of Bulwer's Petrels, Bulweria bulwerii, on Laysan Island, Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
(Dept. Physiol., Univ. Hawai'i, Honolulu, HI 96822, USA.)---Measurements within 10% of values predicted in literature; develops predictive equations for egg volume, fresh-egg contents, and total functional pore area of the shell.---R.B.C. {B710} Whittow, G. C., and M. Naughton.
www.nmnh.si.edu /BIRDNET/ROL/ROL82.htm   (10718 words)

 Early American and Colonial Literature to 1700
Internet School Library Media Center Early American and Colonial Literature page.
Article from Cambridge History of English and American Literature,
Some biography; bibliography from Perspectives in American Literature
falcon.jmu.edu /~ramseyil/amlitcol.htm   (751 words)

 Gorgias by Plato - Project Gutenberg
Did you know that you can help us produce ebooks by proof-reading just one page a day?
PA: Language and Literatures: Classical Languages and Literature
If you live elsewhere check the laws of your country before downloading this ebook.
www.gutenberg.org /etext/1672   (80 words)

 American Literature - Lit 112A - Anne Dudley a.k.a. Anne Bradstreet (ca.1612 - 1672)
American Literature - Lit 112A - Anne Dudley a.k.a.
Poet's Corner E-texts of Bradsteet's A letter to Her Hisband, and To My Dear and Loving Husband.
www.kjpierson.com /TEACHING/AMLIT/bradstreet.html   (262 words)

 Literature Items
CANETTI (ELIAS, 1905-1994, Austrian novelist, dramatist and essayist, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1981) REMARKABLE EARLY AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED ('CANETTI'), in German, to the historian C.V. Wedgwood, 4 pages, quarto, in pencil, with a typed translation and transcription, [Amersham: 'I feel smothered even in Amersham'], 18 June 1946 £2,500
CANETTI (ELIAS, 1905-1994, Austrian novelist, dramatist and essayist, winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1981) GOOD AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED ('Canetti'), to Veronica Wedgwood, translator of Auto-da-Fé, regretting that he cannot go to Electra with her because of the descent of some distant relatives, 1 page, small quarto, London, 30 November 1964 £400
KIPLING (RUDYARD, 1865-1936, poet and novelist, awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature) IMPORTANT TYPED AND AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED WITH INITIALS, SUGGESTING A TRILOGY ON THE HISTORY OF MANKIND, TO RIDER HAGGARD, 2 pages, small folio, Bateman's, Burwash, 18 August 1923 £2,500
www.rldavids.force9.co.uk /lit.htm   (3772 words)

 Literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-30)
KEYNES (Sir GEOFFREY LANGDON, 1887-1982, surgeon, literary scholar and bibliographer) AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED, to Lady Gatty, 1 page, 1946
KIPLING (RUDYARD, 1865-1936, novelist and poet, awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature) IMPORTANT TYPED AND AUTOGRAPH LETTER SIGNED with initials, suggesting a trilogy on the History of Mankind, to Rider Haggard, 2 pages, 1923
LARKIN (PHILIP, 1922-1985, poet and librarian) TYPED LETTER SIGNED ('P.A. Larkin'), to his former English master at King Henry VIII School, L. Kingsland, translator of Han Christian Anderson, sending photocopies, directing him to the 'British Museum Catalogue', and thanking him for mentioning his honarary degrees, 1 page, 1972
www.roydavids.com /lit.asp   (5058 words)

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