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  French Literature
Hence the fondness of the literature of the seventeenth century for general ideas and for sentiments that are common to mankind, and its success in those kinds of literature which are based on the general study of the human heart.
Hence the contempt of the seventeenth century literature for all that is relative, individual and mutable; in lyric poetry, which appeals primarily to the individual sentiment, in the description of material phenomena, and the external manifestations of nature, it falls short of success.
For thorough understanding of the development of French literature in the seventeenth century, we must consider it in three periods: (1) from the year 1600 to 1659, the period of preparation; (2) 1659-1688, the Golden Age of classicism; (3) 1688-1715, the period of transition between the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.
www.catholicity.com /encyclopedia/f/french_literature.html   (14952 words)

 English (Engl)
Prerequisite: AASt 100 or Engl 118 or 119 or consent of the instructor.
Literature of Britain, 1789-1932, with emphasis on poetry and nonfiction prose of Blake, Wordsworth, Coleridge, Byron, Shelley, and Keats.
Prerequisite: Engl 118 or 119 or 260 or consent of the instructor.
www.uic.edu /ucat/newcourses/englucat.html   (4391 words)

 French Literature - MSN Encarta
Among the aspects of cultural life that Richelieu wished to control were the French language and French literature.
The influence of the Port Royal school shows clearly in his masterpieces Andromaque (1667; Andromache), Iphigénie (1674; Iphigénia), and Phèdre (1677; Phaedra), which are weighted with the concept that humans cannot escape their fate through their own actions.
It was the preeminent democratic genre, documenting detail and fact rather than the universal and general principles that the 18th-century philosophes pursued.
encarta.msn.com /encyclopedia_761552714_3/French_Literature.html   (3537 words)

 Outline of American Literature - Chapter I
Indian oral tradition and its relation to American literature as a whole is one of the richest and least explored topics in American studies.
The early literature of exploration, made up of diaries, letters, travel journals, ships' logs, and reports to the explorers' financial backers -- European rulers or, in mercantile England and Holland, joint stock companies -- gradually was supplanted by records of the settled colonies.
As American minority literature continues to flower in the 20th century and American life becomes increasingly multicultural, scholars are rediscovering the importance of the continent's mixed ethnic heritage.
usinfo.state.gov /products/pubs/oal/lit1.htm   (5351 words)

 The Milton-L Home Page
The 1674 edition contains revisions that were made to the 1667 text, including a redivision of the poem into 12 books and the addition of Arguments to the beginning of each book.
Below are links to both the 1667 and 1674 editions of Paradise Lost.
The University of Toronto has several books of the 1674 edition in electronic format, as well as Editorial Summaries of the books not transcribed.
www.urich.edu /~creamer/milton/pl.html   (131 words)

 Literature 100 Syllabus
Literature 100 is an entry way into a lifetime of active reading of challenging, provocative literature.
In this class, you'll strengthen your perceptions and thinking through your own exploration of literature, as well as from the ideas of your classmates and your instructor.
The participation grade will also reflect your demonstrated level of preparation in class (use of journal entries and seminar questions, scores on quizzes, ability to use specific examples from the literature), and your active involvement in terms of good listening and open, focused exploration of the literature.
flightline.highline.edu /radang/Lit100-syl.htm   (1284 words)

When the Romans became masters of Gaul, they imposed their language on that country, together with their religion, their laws, their customs, and their culture.
Jansenism profoundly influenced the entire literature of the seventeenth century, giving rise, first and foremost, to one of its prose masterpieces, the "Lettes provinciales" (1656-67) of Pascal.
They display all of the qualities which it had taken sixty years of progress in literature to develop: clearness of exposition, beauty of form, elegance and distinction of style, a subtle wit, graceful irony, and geniality.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/06190a.htm   (14961 words)

 English (Engl)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
A broad overview of various literary genres in the Bible such as origin narrative, historical narrative, poetry, wisdom literature, prophetic/apocalyptic literature, parable, and epistle.
Advanced study of theoretical approaches to African-American literature, with an emphasis on major paradigms developed to explain literary expression within the context of African-American culture.
Intended as a part of the English education methods sequence, with particular emphasis on helping prospective teachers assist struggling readers in the study of literature.
www.uic.edu /ucat/courses/previous/englucat.html   (4680 words)

 Excellence in Writing
Great literature, because it presents ideas with eloquence, provides models and examples by which students can hone their skills of expression and debate.
The other half is that great literature, because it beautifully portrays the tragedy, pathos and wonder of the human condition, is an end in itself.
A variety of college level survey texts include short essays on the periods of English literature and on the lives of great authors, many of which are perfect for the home school teacher looking to “bone up” on some history.
writing-edu.com /literature   (3065 words)

 Development-Robertson Book Endowment
This fund was established in 1981 with funds given in memory of Professor Archibald Robertson and with the bequest of his wife Alleyne.
The fund was created primarily to support the acquisition of research materials relating to English Literature before 1674.
Professor Robertson, who served for many years as Chairman of the Department of English at the University of Florida, is credited with laying the foundations for the humanistic holdings in the Libraries.
web.uflib.ufl.edu /admin/giving/robertson.htm   (82 words)

 arka plan: Turkish literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
The folk tradition, by and large, was oral and remained free of the influence of Persian and Arabic literature, and consequently of those literatures' respective languages.
of the Republic of Turkey in 1923—tended to embrace the influence of Persian and Arabic literature.
Because the Turkish folk literature tradition extends in a more or less unbroken line from about the 10th or 11th century to today, it is perhaps best to consider the tradition from the perspective of genre.
gurels99.spaces.live.com /Blog/cns!C985470FA76A7BEF!274.entry   (3671 words)

 The Poets.
He was not a profound thinker; his philosophy is that rather of the market place than of the schools; he does not move among high ideals or subtle emotions.
One of the best known and most respected figures in English literature is Milton; though, it has been said (De Selincourt), that "the true appreciation of Milton is the last reward of the scholar." Milton was religious (considering the age, - how could one be anything else).
His greatest works is in the poetry of his maturity and old age..." Yeats was to edit the works of William Blake in 1893.
www.blupete.com /Literature/Biographies/Literary/BiosPoets.htm   (3002 words)

 ipedia.com: 1674 Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Years: 1671 1672 1673 - 1674 - 1675 1676 1677 Decades : 1640s 1650s 1660s - 1670s - 1680s 1690s 1700s Centuries : 16th century - 17th century - 18th century 1674 in literature 1674 in science Table of...
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December 4 - Father Jacques Marquette founds a mission on the shores of Lake Michigan to minister to the Illinois Indians (the mission would later grow into the city of Chicago, Illinois).
www.ipedia.com /1674.html   (212 words)

 MODERN PHILOSOPHY: The Philosophy of Rationalism
He pursued theological studies (Hebrew literature) at his father's wish but found little in Jewish theology that satisfied him.
But his enthusiasm for Descartes was stronger, and he became an admirer of the father of modern philosophy.
Historians of literature admire Pascal's prose which contributed to the formation of modern French style.
radicalacademy.com /adiphilrationalism.htm   (3532 words)

 John Milton - Biography and Works
Milton died in London on November 12, 1674.
I was wondering if anyone knows where I can find the contents of Milton's personal library (The books he actually owned and read).
Milton's book (especially Paradise Lost) is real literature.
www.online-literature.com /milton   (332 words)

 Research Guide: Spanish & Spanish-American Literature - Boston College
Additional information and guidance is available from the Subject Specialist for Spanish and Spanish American Literature, Shari Grove (617-552-4481; grove@bc.edu).
Dictionary of the Literature of the Iberian Peninsula.
Its strengths are strong in religion, the history of art, and literature, with particular emphasis on current trends in European and world literature.
www.bc.edu /libraries/research/guides/s-spanamlit   (3004 words)

 Author Webliography
Literature Webliography page and search the various text archives or use a
Chekhov, Anton P. From the NYU Literature, Arts and Medicine Database, an interesting collection of annotations about the works of Chekhov, including medical commentary about the events in particular plays.
Sponsored by the Emily Dickinson International Society, The Emily Dickinson Journal showcases the poet at the center of current critical practices and perspectives, providing an ongoing examination of Dickinson and her relation to the tradition of American poetry and women's literature.
www.lib.lsu.edu /hum/lit/authors.html   (2353 words)

 Victorian Literature
Dictionary of Victorian London: Designed and maintained by Lee Jackson, an author and librarian, the Victorian Dictionary is a useful resource on Victorian London history during the 19th century.
Changes During the Victorian Age: If you were born in the early nineteenth century, you were in for a big surprise: by 1900 the world you had grown up in was gone for good.
Especially useful to scholars and students in British or urban history or literature, the texts can be browsed by title, author, or subject.
www.d.umn.edu /~csigler/Victorian.html   (7139 words)

 Esoteric numerology in Tamburlaine - Marlowe and the Cabala of Agrippa, Dee and Bruno
The profound role of numerology in the literature of the period has been appreciated for many years now.
They were especially preoccupied with finding indications in the Old Testament apparently referring forward to the advent of the Son of God in the New (6).
The dream occurs in Book I, Canto I, st. 45-48, where the evil Archimago sends a replica of the knight's ladylove to his bedchamber to 'weaken' him in his sleep.
www.masoncode.com /Tamburlaine.htm   (8040 words)

 PH@school: Literature: Author Biographies   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Ranked with William Shakespeare and Geoffrey Chaucer as one of the greatest poets of the English language, John Milton actually produced comparatively few poems.
He spent the major part of his life either studying literature or writing political tracts.
Born in London to a middle-class family, Milton grew up in a highly cultured environment.
www.phschool.com /atschool/literature/author_biographies/milton_j.html   (416 words)

 Britannia Panorama: British Literature & Authors Online
English Literature Electronic Text Resources - University of Edinburgh.
Luminarium - An award winning site devoted to English literature of the Middle Ages, Renaissance, and the early 17th century.
The Victorian Web Literature, authors, art, architecture, design, social and political contexts, economics, science, technology, etc.
britannia.com /arts/literature   (629 words)

 Faculty Profile - Manhattan College
Freije has written articles and reviews on George Chapman, Gerard Manley Hopkins, D.H. Lawrence, the gothic novel, and technological developments in the humanities; and he has participated in an N.E.H. grant for the Arts and Science Core Curriculum program, as coordinator of writing across the curriculum.
Freije regularly teaches writing courses from basic to advanced levels; a survey of the short story; fantasy and science fiction; and a course for English majors in English Literature, the beginnings to John Milton.
The courses listed are not necessarily those being taught this semester; for that information, check the listing of course offerings.
www.manhattan.edu /academics/arts/engl/faculty/george.freige.shtml   (161 words)

 John Milton (1608-1674)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Unsatisfied with the rote memorization that was the basis for the university education of his time, he decided to give himself a liberal education.
Through extensive reading, he sought to digest the mass of history, literature, and philosophy so as to gain the “insight into all seemly and generous arts and affairs” that he felt was needful for those who aspired, like himself, to be leaders and teachers.
Despite the fact that some of his religious beliefs defied the official Puritan stance, Milton was nonetheless a Puritan, and, as such, supported Oliver Cromwell and the parliamentary cause against Charles I in the English Civil War of 1642-1651.
www.acton.org /publicat/randl/liberal.php?id=354   (442 words)

 CSU Libraries: John Milton 1608-1674
At CSU John Milton (E463, a designated capstone course) is one of the major authors that may be studied as a required part of most of the degrees in English (Literature Concentration, Creative Writing Concentration, Writing Concentration, and English Education).
Narrow your search by adding terms in either (or both) "All of these words" or "At least one of these words." Or narrow by category of journal (e.g., Language and Literature [without additional terms this lowers number of entries to just over 1000]) or by specific journal.
The Milton-L Homepage: Devoted to the Life, Literature, and Times of John Milton.
lib.colostate.edu /research/english/Milton.html   (552 words)

 William Sheppard, Cromwell's Law Reformer - Cambridge University Press   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
Sheppard had impressively consistent goals for the reform of English law and his prescient proposals anticipate the reforms ultimately adopted in the nineteenth century, culminating in the Judicature Acts of 1875-8.
Dr Matthews examines the relative importance of Sheppard's books to his generation and to legal literature in general.
The study provides a full bibliography of Sheppard's legal and religious works and an appendix of the sources Sheppard used in the composition of his books on the law.
www.cambridge.org /catalogue/catalogue.asp?isbn=0521890918   (212 words)

 Renaissance Texts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-13)
This page, prepared by John F. Tinkler, is intended as a (growing) collection of links to Renaissance texts (and related resources), with a special emphasis on the English literature of the period.
It is intended as an aid for my courses in Renaissance Literature in the English Department at Towson State University.
The most beautiful is the Homepage of Luminarium, which now combines collections of materials relating to the Middle Ages, sixteenth century, and early seventeenth century.
www.towson.edu /~tinkler/bookmark/rentext.html   (328 words)

 PAL:William Byrd (1674-1744)
Arner, Robert D. "Style, Substance, and Self in William Byrd's Familiar Letters." Essays in Early Virginia Literature Honoring Richard Beale Davis.
"Upon the Attribution of 'Upon a Fart' to William Byrd of Westover." Early American Literature 14 (1979): 143-48.
Simpson, Lewis P. "William Byrd and the South." Early American Literature 7 (1972): 187-95.
web.csustan.edu /english/reuben/pal/chap2/byrd.html   (913 words)

 Robert Herrick (1591-1674)
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Robert Herrick, Cavalier Poet, Cavalier Poets, Carpe Diem, Son of Ben, poetry, poems, love poems, song-writer, song writer, poesy, poem, writer, satire, poet, sonnets, epigram, english literature degree, english literature degrees, Carpe Diem, masters english literature, english literature courses, GRE Test Prep.
Robert Herrick, Cavalier Poet, Cavalier Poets, Carpe Diem,Son of Ben, poetry, poems, love poems, song-writer, song writer, poesy, poem, writer, satire, poet, sonnets, epigram, english literature degree, english literature degrees, masters english literature, Carpe Diem, english literature courses, GRE Test Prep.
www.luminarium.org /sevenlit/herrick   (273 words)

 John Milton Life Stories, Books, & Links
The byways of literature being what they are, this most legendary of storm-tossed evenings has connections backwards to John Milton and forward to the language of computer programming.
The poem had wide-reaching effect, inspiring Alexander Pope's The Rape of the Lock and John Keats's Endymion and deeply influencing Percy Bysshe Shelley and William Blake.
An "Internet discussion group devoted to the life, literature and times of the poet John Milton." Features literary criticism and essays about Paradise Lost, Areopagitica, and Lycidas, book reviews, a summary of recent Milton scholarship, and audio readings of Paradise Lost and shorter poems and sonnets.
todayinliterature.com /biography/john.milton.asp   (525 words)

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