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  YLM vol i p110/115 Manx Literature
The literature of the Isle of Man, exclusive of translations from other languages, consists almost entirely of poetical compositions, which are of two kinds, Ballads and Carvals, or Carols.
Some of them possess considerable merits, and a printed collection of them would be a curious addition to the literature of Europe...The Carvals are preserved in uncouth looking smokestained volumes...They constitute the genuine literature.of " Ellan Vannin." (Introduction to Manx Grammar, Manx Society, vol.
In 1777, "A Short and Plain Instruction for the Better Understanding of the Lord’s Supper," was translated into Manx from Bishop Wilson's edition of 1734, by the Rev. Philip Moore and the Rev. John Kelly.
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  Learn more about List of years in literature in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
1951 in literature - The Catcher in the Rye - J.D. Salinger
1921 in literature - The Mistress of Husaby - Sigrid Undset
1810 in literature - The Houses of Osma and Almeria - Regina Maria Roche
www.onlineencyclopedia.org /l/li/list_of_years_in_literature.html   (2298 words)

 1734   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Targacept is planning to advance TC- 1734 into the next phase of clinical evaluation...
Charles Lloyd: The Water Is Wide (ECM 1734 314 549 043-2).
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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.
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Literatures produced exclusively in Switzerland are either written in the Raeto-Romance language or in one of the numerous varieties of local Swiss dialects.
Raeto-Romance literature was in its origins predominantly ecclesiastical and began in the middle ages.
At present dialect literature flourishes mainly in the German-speaking part of the country, chiefly because there the population regardless of social rank and education, consistently sticks to the use of the dialect for everyday purposes.
www.bergen.org /AAST/Projects/Switzerland/literature.html   (3114 words)

 Japanese literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Although Japanese literature and Japanese authors are perhaps not as well known in the west as those in the European and American canons, Japan possesses an ancient and rich literary tradition that draws upon a millennium and a half of written records.
Literature of this period evinces the influences that Buddhism and Zen ethics had on the emerging samurai class.
Literature during this time was written during the largely peaceful Tokugawa Period (commonly referred to as the Edo Period).
www.worldhistory.com /wiki/J/Japanese-literature.htm   (1535 words)

 Denmark - Culture - Literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Ballads are the principal mediaeval literature in the vernacular.
The language and forms of baroque literature are characterised by impressive rhetorical inventiveness and power, and they reveal an appetite for life that measures up to its stark celebration of the inconstancy of fortune and the certainty of death.
Two institutions created the framework for the new literature: The Royal Theatre, which was founded in 1748 and became the central institution of manners and culture in Denmark right up to the second half of the 19th century, and the Society for the Furtherance of the Fine and Useful Sciences (founded 1759).
www.um.dk /Publikationer/UM/English/Denmark/kap4/4-7.asp   (5205 words)

 Henrik Wergeland   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
He entered the University of Christiania in 1825 to study for the and was soon the leader of a romantic nationalist movement.
He full of imagination but without taste or He published poetical farces under the pseudonym "Siful Sifadda"; these were followed in 1828 by an unsuccessful tragedy; and in 1829 by a volume of lyrical and poems Digte første Ring which attracted the liveliest attention to name.
At the age of twenty-one he became power in literature and his enthusiastic preaching the doctrines of the revolution of July him a force in politics also.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Fathers of the Church
Men like Jerome and Augustine, who had a thorough knowledge of classical literature, would not employ tricks of style, and cultivated a manner which should be correct, but simple and straightforward; yet their style could not have been what it was but for their previous study.
Latin literature is thus a century and a half younger than the Greek; indeed it is practically two centuries and a half younger.
Edifying literature in the form of the lives of the saints began with Athanasius, and was imitated by Jerome.
www.newadvent.org /cathen/06001a.htm   (17381 words)

 The Project Gutenberg eBook of A Short Biographical Dictionary Of English Literature, by John W. Cousin.
The word "literature" is here used in a very wide sense, and this gives rise to considerable difficulty in drawing the line of exclusion.
There are very many writers whose claim to admission may reasonably be considered as good as that of some who have been included; but even had it been possible to discover all these, their inclusion would have swelled the work beyond its limits.
Perhaps his most valuable services to historical literature were his laying down the lines of the great Cambridge Modern History, and his collection of a library of 60,000 vols., which after his death was purchased by an American millionaire and presented to Lord Morley of Blackburn, who placed it in the University of Cambridge.
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 Library System of Lancaster County /All Locations
A biography of Daniel Boone, focusing on his efforts as a pioneer and trailblazer during America's westward expansion.
Kentucky -- Discovery and exploration -- Juvenile literature.
Cumberland Gap (Ky. and Va.) -- Discovery and exploration -- Juvenile literature.
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 The Tibetan Book of the Dead: The Art of Dying
Tibetan literature devoted to the topic of death and dying in the context of Buddhist meditative practice is immense.
This literature can be organized into several related genres that comprise not only those texts that came to be treated as canonical (see Section 1 above) but also include the instructional advice, dam-ngak (gdams ngag), on yogic and contemplative practice derived from the esoteric experiences of advanced Tantric Buddhist teachers.
Characteristically, these instructional systems provide important insights into how the ordinary dying experience, and the subsequent intermediate bardo period, can be altered and purified through a process of intense training, involving the radical manipulation of physical and psychological energies to bring about transformative and extra-ordinary states of consciousness.
www.lib.virginia.edu /small/exhibits/dead/dying.html   (1592 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)

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 Black Literature
Although by no means comprehensive, that is, we do not list every piece of writing, the timeline does offer the reader a generous survey of both the canonical or major texts and also the critical but less publicized works.
A two-volume work, it is considered the first major slave narrative in American literature and was translated into several European languages and reprinted several times until and throughout the nineteenth century.
The poem is a parody of the patriotic hymn, "America the Beautiful," and is an early example of the irony characteristic of fl American literature.
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 glbtq >> literature >> Decadence
Nineteenth-century Decadent literature either describes aspects of decadent life and society or reflects the decadent literary aesthetic.
During the modern era, images and legends of the decline of the Roman Empire formed the most popular conception of ancient decadence as an inevitable process of social transformation.
Another major thematic, as well as stylistic, influence on Decadent literature was the Gothic novel, and the writings of Edgar Allan Poe (1809-1849).
www.glbtq.com /literature/decadence.html   (662 words)

 Literature Library   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
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No special licenses are granted or implied, and reproduction (in whole or in part) without the express consent of Rockwell Automation is prohibited.
This literature is subject to change without notice, and while reasonable efforts have been made to maintain accuracy, is necessarily provided on an AS IS basis without representation or warranty of any kind as to completeness, specific content or technical accuracy.
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 French Literature - Classicism   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
rance's political position as the most powerful nation in Europe during the reign of Louis XIV was reflected in the preeminence French literature attained in the 17th century.
This Golden Age literature still forms the foundation of French liberal education.
trans., 1734), a genre he made indelibly his own by combining sophisticated "morals" with a deliberately archaic and deceptively simple style.
www.discoverfrance.net /France/Literature/DF_literature3.shtml   (914 words)

 SCORE History/Social Science: Browse Literature K-6 by Standard
SCORE History/Social Science: Browse Literature K-6 by Standard
Home / Children's Literature / K-6 / Browse by Standard / any
A Project of the San Bernardino County Superintendent of Schools.
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 Henry Nash Smith: Daniel Boone   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Smith sees the ideal images of Boone in two lights: as the Natural Man of Enlightenment thinking, and as the hunter and pioneer who opened the wilderness which allowed for colonization.
These two images of Boone were not confined to specific historical periods; they are interspersed in popular writings and literature from 1784 to the present.
As the Natural Man, Boone often yearned for the solitude of his Long Hunts; as the Colonizer, he sought land beyond the frontier for his family to settle.
xroads.virginia.edu /~HYPER/HNS/Boone/smithhome.html   (270 words)

 Literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
"The central idea of this collection of nearly 300 poems is to give a faithful picture of the outward aspect and inner life of England and her people in works selected from the wittings of English poets of every period in our literature." This copy: Name at fly, else no writing to endpapers or text.
published in 1734 as Histoire de Gil Blas de Santillane] in four volumes, London 1744 (Vols.
Potter makes a bold attack on the spirit and methods which envelop the teaching of English literature in schools and colleges today." This copy: Name/address dated 1937 at fly, else no writing to endpapers or text, firm binding and hinges, NOT AN EX-LIBRARY COPY, overall excellent condition in moderately worn/aged dj.
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 1734 in literature - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
1734 in literature - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com
''See also:'' 1733_in_literature, other events of 1734, 1735_in_literature, list_of_years_in_literature.
A copy of the license is included in the section entitled
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 Literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Comment: Extensive review of the literature describing polyester synthesis by PHB-depolymerase and lipase, and analysis of the experiments done to transform enzymatic synthesis to large scale production of polyesters.
Comment: Very detailled and up to date description of published literature on blend of PHB with other polymers, including properties and biodegradation.
Literature up to 1999, mostly older than 1997 except for patents and Monsanto patent applications.
www.biomer.de /LIT11.HTM   (2932 words)

 Rob Roy MacGregor: Highland Hero   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
Like any Highland boy of good family, young Rob Roy MacGregor's education came from within his community, where nightly ceilidhs included games designed to strengthen the oral tradition and a child’s grasp of Highland history.
His knowledge of literature as well as politics was considerable, particularly in a time when illiteracy was common.
He was taught the skills that Highland cattle owners needed.
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 Anthology Codes for 2001 Piano Repertoire List
Piano Literature of the 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries, Book 3-4a-4b, ed.
Piano Literature of the 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries, Book 5b-6b, ed.
Piano Literature of the 17th, 18th, and 19th Centuries, Book 2, ed.
fp.uni.edu /imta/Syllabus/AntholCodes.htm   (149 words)

 1718 in literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-26)
See also: 1717 in literature other events of 1718 1719 in literature list of years in literature.
Selected Writings of the Laureate Dunces, Nahum Tate (Laureate 1692-1715), Laurence Eusden (1718-1730), and Colley Cibber (1730-1757 (Studies in British Literature, V. Somewhere In Time (1998 Re-recording)
Unfortunately it was one of the last exemplar vocal performances in the acoustic set by John, afterw...
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 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.
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 VG: Links: links
A collection of course syllabi on African American Literature compiled as part of the Archive of Teaching Materials and Resources to complement the T-AMLIT LISTSERV maintained at Georgetown University, which focuses on the teaching of American Literatures.
A very large page (110K+) by the Cultural Studies in the African Diaspora Project that provides a chronology of African-American literature from 1734 through the present.
This Japanese website is predominantly in Japanese, but does include a section dedicated to international literature that is in English.
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