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  Learn more about List of years in literature in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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
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 ITALIAN LANGUAGE AND LITERATURE   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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)

 Classics in the History of Psychology -- Baldwin (1901) Definitions Da - Deq
The former (which is largely represented in the literature) is concerned mainly with the accounts of provisions maintained in various countries for the education of the deaf, the methods of instruction employed, and the status of the deaf as a class.
Literature: WEBER and SCHNEDERMANN, Jüdische Theol.; GEBHARDT, Doctrine of the Apocalypse, 291 (Eng.
Secondary criteria, in binocular perception, are the relative clearness of the object fixated, its size, the distribution of light and shade upon it, the number of objects lying between it and the body of the observing subject, its relative speed of movement across the field of vision, andc.
psychclassics.yorku.ca /Baldwin/Dictionary/defs/D1defs.htm   (10975 words)

 Érudit | RON n28 2002 : Oishi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
In the mind of the late eighteenth-century public, “literature” did not necessarily mean poetry or fiction: it was predominantly associated with discourses on religion, politics and philosophy.
Literature provided a common ground for authors and critics to come together from various points on the political spectrum and enjoy unprecedented social and political benefits through diverse literary undertakings.
Burke, again, wrote in 1796 that France was “in a state of complete sexual anarchy: prostitutes revered as goddesses, marriage reduced to the vilest concubinage.” The crisis of literature went deep and wide along with such social and cultural anxieties about the “defeminisation” of literature and the “demasculinisation” of manners.
www.erudit.org /revue/ron/2002/v/n28/007212ar.html   (2034 words)

 VIII. Southey: Bibliography. Vol. 11. The Period of the French Revolution. The Cambridge History of English and ...
With introductory remarks on the present state of science and literature in France.
Letters on the French Revolution, written in France, in the summer of 1790, to a friend in England; containing various anecdotes … and Memoirs of Mons.
Letters containing a sketch of the Politics of France from the thirty-first of May, 1793, till the twenty-eighth of July, 1794.
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 SUPERNATURAL HORROR IN LITERATURE (1927, 1933 - 1935) by H.P. Lovecraft
Touches of this transcendental fear are seen in classic literature, and there is evidence of its still greater emphasis in a ballad literature which paralleled the classic stream but vanished for lack of a written medium.
Yet such was the thirst of the age for those touches of strangeness and spectral antiquity which it reflects, that it was seriously received by the soundest readers and raised in spite of its intrinsic ineptness to a pedestal of lofty importance in literary history.
A very flourishing, though till recently quite hidden, branch of weird literature is that of the Jews, kept alive and nourished in obscurity by the sombre heritage of early Eastern magic, apocalyptic literature, and cabbalism.
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 Theology Today: After the revolution: A review of mainline Protestant clergy leadership literature since the 1960s   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The underlying structure of literature on the clergy since the 1950s reproduces in miniature the dichotomy of the great political and sociological debates between ancien regime Europe and postrevolutionary Europe.
Thus, whether the literature is celebratory or mournful of the passing of the old order and its model of the minister as professional, almost all of the literature since the 1960s takes the old order as its grounding point of reference.
After reviewing the literature, surveying both the original literature on the professional model and then the subsequent theological and academic reactions to its demise, I will propose some areas for further research and analysis that, because of the particular structure of the field, have been overlooked to date.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_qa3664/is_200210/ai_n9126293   (634 words)

 Lynch, Dissertation Bibliography
"Literatur -- Literaturgeschichte -- Literaturgeschichtsschreibung." In Kontroversen, alte und neue: Akten des VII.
University of Wisconsin Studies in Language and Literature, 25.
The Dark Ages: A Series of Essays Intended to Illustrate the State of Religion and Literature in the Ninth, Tenth, Eleventh and Twelfth Centuries.
newarkwww.rutgers.edu /~jlynch/Diss/biblio.html   (4631 words)

 1794 article - 1794 1791 1792 1793 1795 1796 1797 Decades 1760s 1770s 1780s 1790s - What-Means.com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
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 The Norton Anthology of English Literature: The Romantic Age: Topic 2: Overview
In the context of British Romanticism, "Literary Gothicism" is a type of imitation medievalism.
When it was launched in the later eighteenth century, Gothicism featured accounts of terrifying experiences in ancient castles — experiences connected with subterranean dungeons, secret passageways, flickering lamps, screams, moans, bloody hands, ghosts, graveyards, and the rest.
The Gothic revival, which appeared in English gardens and architecture before it got into literature, was the work of a handful of visionaries, the most important of whom was Horace Walpole (1717–1797), novelist, letter writer, and son of the prime minister Sir Robert Walpole.
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 Document sans titre
Two events will mark the Hebraic literature between 1880 and 1917: pogroms of Russia (1881...) and appearance of the movement of the Lovers of Sion with the political and cultural Zionism.
1917 mark a turning in the Hebraic literature: the revolution of October gives a brutal brake application to the emigration of the Jews of Russia, which had accelerated considerably since the pogroms of the end of the century, primarily towards the United States or Palestine.
The theatre was never a kind very in vogue; however the parts of Shoham, although drawing, they also, their inspiration in the Bible, made a deep impression because of the topicality of the selected topics and the talent of the author.
perso.wanadoo.fr /hebreunet/litheb2a.htm   (3255 words)

 Heath Anthology of American LiteraturePhilip Freneau - Author Page
There he taught himself to be a poet, mastering the techniques of satire in the paper wars against the other club, the Cliosophical Society, and the devices of polite literature in verse prepared for the commencement exercises.
Of more lasting consequence were “The Power of Fancy,” a personal testament to his devotion to imagination, and his commencement poem, a collaboration with Brackenridge, A Poem on the Rising Glory of America, which explored the myth of the westward course of empire and arts from the Old World to the New.
Freneau graduated in 1771 when the American market for literature was so undeveloped that no one could make a living from writing.
college.hmco.com /english/lauter/heath/4e/students/author_pages/eighteenth/freneau_ph.html   (752 words)

 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
The Stanzas had better be numbered in Roman characters, there is a disquisition on the literature of the modern Greeks, and some smaller poems to come in at the close.
Before he was fifteen he had written verses, including lines to Whyte, himself a poet, the publication of which, in the 'Anthologia Hibernica' (October, 1793; February, March, and June, 1794), gained him a local reputation.
The shaft is gaily winged and brightly polished; the barb sharp and dipped in venom; and the missile hums music as it flies to its mark.
www.contrib.andrew.cmu.edu /~jgrant/ebooks/8blj210.txt   (18539 words)

 Lynch, Dissertation Proposal
Recognizing the need to defend a fairly traditional brand of literary history from postmodern critiques, I suggest that histories that are neither materialist nor Foucauldian can still have important implications: that the history of historiography can tell us how an age constructed itself, how it used the past to authorize the present.
But my dissertation is not a reference work called "Samuel Johnson and the Renaissance," a catalogue of sources, analogues, and influences of interest only to Johnsonians, but an examination of the larger significance of the Renaissance in the literature of eighteenth-century England.
Milton, partly through Johnson's controversial account of his life and works, was instrumental in developing a historically grounded conception of literature, even as proto-Romantic bardolatry worked to turn Shakespeare into the genius who transcended history.
andromeda.rutgers.edu /~jlynch/Diss/proposal.html   (3416 words)

 East Asian Library, University of Kansas   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Commodore Perry in the land of the Shogun / by Rhoda Blumberg.
Summary: A retelling of a mother's account of what happened to her family during the Flash that destroyed Hiroshima in 1945.
Summary: Recreates the naval battle between Japanese and American forces which was the decisive factor in the Pacific theater during World War II.
www.lib.ku.edu /eastasia/jk-12book.shtml   (1303 words)

 Literature Library
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 Wladyslaw Reymont - Autobiography
By the age of nine I had a thorough knowledge of contemporary Polish literature as well as of foreign literature in Polish translation, and I began to write poems in honour of a lady of thirty years.
The last volume of that work, Insurekcja [Insurrection], was written in Warsaw during the German occupation after the explosion of the Great War.
This autobiography/biography was written at the time of the award and later published in the book series Les Prix Nobel/Nobel Lectures.
nobelprize.org /literature/laureates/1924/reymont-autobio.html   (2053 words)

 José Dionisio Larreátegui - Description Botanique du Chiranthodendron (1805)
Published literature does not provide information about when or where José Dionisio Larreátegui was born, or when or where he died.
Larreátegui first appears in the published literature in 1794 as a graduate of the new Botany Course under Cervantes at the Real y Pontífica Universidad de México, where he was a medical student.
v.6, 1794: 703-705; v.7, 1795: 273-284, 285-296, 302.
www.sil.si.edu /DigitalCollections/NHRareBooks/Larreategui/larreategui-introduction.htm   (1664 words)

 Chapter Massinger <i>to</i> Maurice of M by Biographical Dictionary of English Literature
His chief work, however, was The Pursuits of Literature (1794), an undiscriminating satire on his literary contemporaries which went through 16 ed., but is now almost forgotten.
In 1840 he was appointed Professor of English Literature and History at King’s College, and subsequently Professor of Theology.
Copyright: All texts on Bibliomania are © Bibliomania.com Ltd, and may not be reproduced in any form without our written permission.
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 Lynch, "Learning's Triumph," Works Cited
English Literature in History, 1730-80: An Equal, Wide Survey.
Prolusions; or, Select Pieces of Antient Poetry, Compil'd with Great Care from their Several Originals, and Offer'd to the Publick as Specimens of the Integrity that Should Be Found in the Editions of Worthy Authors.
London, 1784; 2d ed., 1785; 3d ed., 1790; 4th ed., 2 vols., 1794; 5th ed., 1800.
andromeda.rutgers.edu /~jlynch/Diss/biblio.html   (3726 words)

 The Sobralia Pages; The Literature; edited 20 October 2005
Includes all literature pertaining to the orchid genera Sobralia, Fregea, Elleanthus, Corymborchis, and Palmorchis; now including works published on CD.
(1794) au Costa Rica," in Orchidophile 31(143): 162-168.
Hipólito Ruiz (Lopez) and José Antonio Pavón (y Jiménez) (1794) "Sobralieae," in: Flora Peruv.
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 NVCC SUMMER 2003 Class Schedule - Annandale Campus - Eng - English   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
ENG 241 SURVEY OF AMERICAN LITERATURE I 3cr 0189 01N W 1830-2200 CC 0102 Schuhart, A WEB and Campus course: Above class meets on on 5/21, 6/4, 6/18, 7/2, 7/16, 7/30 and 8/6.
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 Literature Network Forums - Hello Members of this mystical forum
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 Find in a Library: Sketches of a history of literature (1794) A facsim. reproduction with an introd. by Patrick ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
Find in a Library: Sketches of a history of literature (1794) A facsim.
Sketches of a history of literature (1794) A facsim.
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 Ann Radcliffe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-09)
As interest in Gothic Literature grows, devotion to Ann Radcliffe continues to increase, yet resources about this author and her influence are slow to come.
Here a number of links devoted to Ann Radcliffe and her influence on literature.
Radcliffe's novels are available from this introduction to Gothic Literature.
members.aol.com /iamudolpho/radcliffe.html   (495 words)

 Differences Between Ancient Macedonians and Ancient Greeks
Other aspects of the alleged "Greekness" of the ancient Macedonians will be covered and addressed accordingly.
Politis (1993: 40-42) cites fourteen examples from the Greek literature of the 1794-1841 period in which the ancient Macedonians are not considered to be part of the ancient Greek world.
Karagatsis said that 'it was an illusion to think that ancient Macedonians were Greeks'.
www.historyofmacedonia.org /AncientMacedonia/gandeto.html   (2316 words)

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