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1810 in literature - The Houses of Osma and Almeria - Regina Maria Roche
1795 in literature - Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship (to 1796) - Goethe
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1951 in literature - The Catcher in the Rye - J.D. Salinger
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 1781
1781 in science The year 1781 CE in technology included many events, some of which are listed here.
Battle of Yorktown (1781) The Battle of Yorktown (British force in the colonies.
HMS Sceptre (1781) HMS Sceptre (1781) was a 3rd rate ship of the line launched on June 8, 1781, at Cape of Good Hope, wh...
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 Encyclopedia: 1781
The Bank of North America was chartered in 1781 by the Continental Congress and opened on January 7, 1782 at the prodding of Finance Minister Robert Morris, and was rechartered in 1784.
Alexander Berry (November 30, 1781_ September 17, 1873) was a Scottish born surgeon, merchant and explorer who in 1822 was given a land grant of 10,000 acres (40 km²) and 100 convicts to establish the first European settlement on the south coast of New South Wales, Australia.
Categories: 1781 March 18 is the 77th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (78th in leap years).
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: German Literature
Literature as an art suffered by being pressed into the service of religious controversy; it became polemic or didactic, and its prevailing form was prose.
Its effect on the German language was enormous; the dialect in which it is written, a Middle German dialect used in the chancery of Upper Saxony, became gradually the norm for both Protestant and Catholic writers, and is thus the basis of the modern literary German.
Literature was devoid of originality and substance; the formal side absorbed the chief attention of the writers.
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1950 in literature - The Lion, the Witch, and the Wardrobe - C.
1919 in literature - In the Penal Colony - Franz Kafka
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 Annotated Bibliography
Reconsidering the concepts "narrative" and "literature" in terms of the cognitive operations they involve, Abbott suggests that narrative may act as a platform that other operations can be stacked upon without disrupting its running, whereas literariness may reside in a loose set of conditions that can be toggled on or off.
This is an early call for literary critics to move psychological studies of literature away from exclusive reliance on psychoanalysis toward the spectrum of contemporary psychological approaches, including cognitive science; Grimaud includes useful parallel summaries of infant and child developmental stages as understood by psychoanalysis and cognitive psychology, respectively.
Cognition and Representation in Literature: The Psychology of Literary Narratives.
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 Chapter Pennant <i>to</i> Phillips of P by Biographical Dictionary of English Literature
Pennant, Thomas (1726-1798).—Naturalist and traveller, born in Flintshire, and educated at Oxford, was one of the most distinguished naturalists of the 18th century, and published, among other works on natural history, British Zoology (1768), and History of Quadrupeds (1781).
In literature he is, however, best remembered by his Tours in Scotland (1771-75), which did much to make known the beauties of the country to England.
It was written in a cypher or shorthand, which was translated into long-hand by John Smith in 1825, and edited by Lord Braybrooke, with considerable excisions.
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 Chadwyck-Healey :: Literature Online   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
Literature Online is the leading online resource for the study and teaching of literature in English.
Literature Online makes rare and inaccessible works available alongside the established corpus, assists in undergraduate study and the design of courses, answers questions from the elementary to the sophisticated, and creates opportunities for new forms of study, analysis, and teaching.
Literature Online is dynamic, growing regularly as new texts are converted to electronic form, as new reference resources are added, and as further websites are identified and integrated within the service.
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 Encyclopedia: 1782
See also: 1781 in architecture, other events of 1782, 1783 in architecture and the architecture timeline.
See also: 1781 in music, other events of 1782, 1783 in music, list of years in music.
1781 state leaders - Events of 1782 - 1783 state leaders - State leaders by year Africa Ashanti Confederacy - Osei Kwame Panyin, Asantehene (1777-1803) Dahomey - Kpengla, King of Dahomey (1774-1789) Zulu - Senzangakona kaJama, King of the Zulu (1781-1816) Americas United States - John Hanson, President of the United States in Congress...
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 1781 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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1781 was a common year starting on Monday (see link for calendar).
January 5 - American Revolutionary War: Richmond, Virginia is burned by British naval forces led by Benedict Arnold.
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See also: 1780 in literature Events Richard Brinsley Sheridan elected to Parliament...
He had a major impact on the Romantic and Idealist philosophies of the 19th century, and his work was the starting point for Hegel....
After producing various books for the young under the pseudonym Mary Godolphin, and a novel, Lorimer (1814), she published in 1818 her Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, which passed through several editions.
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 Beinecke Library Guide -- German Collection
The Collection of German Literature, one of the oldest special collections at Yale, contains first editions and other rare literary texts in German from approximately 1600 to 1850, with scattered holdings of earlier authors and a few specialized gatherings of twentieth-century material.
The seventeenth-century holdings of the German Literature Collection, some 2,800 titles, are based on the collection of Curt von Faber du Faur (1890-1966), a descendant of the publishing family Cotta and one of the founders of the Munich auction house Karl & Faber (now Hartung & Hartung).
At the core of Thomas Mann holdings are nearly forty manuscripts given by Mann in 1938 for the purpose of establishing a collection.
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 Literature
The manuscripts are described under Canadian Literature in the Manuscript section.
The second accession of books, mainly on English literature and politics, was received in 1994.
The Department has significant holdings of eighteenth-century French literature including thirty-seven original and later editions of many of the works by Nicolas-Edme Restif de la Bretonne.
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 Charles Messier's Personal Catalog of 1781
This is the translation of Charles Messier's personal copy of his catalog, as published 1781 in the Connoissance des Temps for 1784 (the final published version), together with his personal remarks written on this copy.
(February 9, 1781) `Nebula without star, near the preceding [M81]; both are appearing in the same field of the telescope, this one is less distinct than the preceding; its light faint and [it is] elongated: at its extremity is a telescopic star.
(February 17, 1781) `Nebula without star, near the head of Centaurus: it appears as a faint and even glow, but it is difficult to see in the telescope, as the least light to illuminate the micrometer wires makes it disappear.
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 Literature
Critic, essayist, lexicographer, biographer, father of modern English literature.
However, thirteen months later, in December 1729, he had to drop out because he did not have the funds to continue education there.
Samuel Johnson made his foray into world of books and literature in the year 1731, the year of his father's death, when his translation of Pope's Messiah into Latin was first published in A Miscellany of Poems, along with the poetry of other Oxford students.
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 Gotthold Lessing (1729-1781)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-14)
At the university he studied theology, then medicine, and later literature and philosophy.
But already he had made a connection with the stage through translating French plays for Frau Neuber's theater.
Lessing's literary activity continued with unimpaired mental vigor right up to the time of his sudden death while on a trip to Brunswick in 1781.
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[click for more], other events of 1781, 1782 in literature Events William Blake first meets his patron, John Flaxman.
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 English Literature
This course is a study of some of the masterpieces of world literature from Homer to Cervantes.
This course is a study of some of the masterpieces of world literature from Voltaire to Mann.
American literature since World War II is examined, with special emphasis on the novel.
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 Poetics of Children's Literature - Translation of Children's Literature
children's literature as a tool for education, was dominant.
literature, though in a reduced and simplified form.
se, in children's literature it is connected with a didactic concept and
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 Lucy Aikin - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Lucy Aikin (November 6, 1781- January 29, 1864), daughter of John Aikin and niece of Anna Letitia Barbauld, born at Warrington, England, had some repute as a historical writer.
After producing various books for the young under the pseudonym Mary Godolphin, a poem, Epistles on Women, and a novel, Lorimer (1814), she published in 1818 her Memoirs of the Court of Queen Elizabeth, which passed through several editions.
Categories: A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature
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English literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc. -- Early modern, 1500-1700
English literature -- History and criticism -- Theory, etc. -- Middle English, 1100-1500
To find a library, type in a postal code, state, province, or country.
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 AllRefer.com - Anna Letitia (Aikin) Barbauld (English Literature, 1500 To 1799, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Anna Letitia (Aikin) Barbauld, English Literature, 1500 To 1799, Biographies
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Her Hymns in Prose for children, widely read and translated into several languages, was followed by Early Lessons (both 1781).
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 LITERATURE
He was married to W.M.Thackeray’s younger daughter and his own younger daughter was the author Virginia Woolf
his thesis The Use Of Wonder In Naivety In American Literature, was the FIRST on an American subject to be accepted by the Cambridge English Faculty.
It made such an impression that, after taking his doctorate in 1964, he was almost immediately appointed to an assistant lectureship at Cambridge
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 The Annual Register, Or A View Of The History, Politics And Literature For The Year 1781 - Volume 24 - -
The Annual Register, Or A View Of The History, Politics And Literature For The Year 1781 - Volume 24 - -
Title: The Annual Register, Or A View Of The History, Politics And Literature For The Year 1781 - Volume 24
Interesting account of the events, books, travel, & scientific discoveries of the year 1781.
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A Supplement to the History of Robinson Crusoe, Being the History of Crusonia, or Robinson Crusoe's Island, Down to the Present Time.
Wishit, Captain of the Good-Intent, to an intelligent Friend in England, after being in a Storm in May, 1781 driven out of his course to the Said Island.
Published by the said Gentleman, for the agreeable Perusal of Robinson Crusoe’s Friends of all Sizes.
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