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  ENG - English
Different approaches to the literature of wonder, including concentration on a particular writer, a theme such as women in science fiction, or a historical study of the genre.
This course is designed to tie together the various strands of British and American literature through an extended survey of key works of literature, historical periods, and literary themes from 1800 to the present.
Studies in British literature of the twentieth century, with primary focus on diction, poetry, and non-fiction prose.
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  Learn more about List of years in literature in the online encyclopedia.   (Site not responding. Last check: )
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)

Virginia is producing at last a literature both indigenous to its soil and imbuied with a realism that may be said to capture the major portion of the truth about its people and its civilization.
The Reconstruction literature of Virginia, however, which endured well into the twentieth century, was characterized by a nostalgia for the past and a romantic idealism that evaded facts.
Literature sustained a loss in 18o8 when John Daly Burk, a gallant young Irishman, was killed in a duel ten years after his coming to Virginia.
xroads.virginia.edu /~HYPER/VAGuide/literature.html   (3892 words)

 German Literature - MSN Encarta
These elements may also be found in the work of the poet Friedrich Hölderlin, whose admiration for the harmony of the classical world was vitiated, as Goethe and his contemporaries saw it, by his visionary religious attitude.
The increasing romantic tendency of German literature, as expressed, for example, in some of the later writings of Goethe, became dominant in 1798, with the first issue of the journal Athenäum, edited by the critics August Wilhelm von Schlegel and Friedrich von Schlegel.
Romanticism in the literature of Germany, as in that of other countries, resulted from a fusion of political, philosophical, and artistic elements.
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 OhioLINK ETD: Weaver, James
Focusing on the period 1835–1883, this dissertation examines how authors of nineteenth-century domestic American travel literature conceived of the relationships between ideas of the wilderness and of home.
While American travel literature as a broad field has garnered a large amount of critical attention in past decade, much of that focus has been on Americans traveling abroad.
In arguing that these works of domestic American travel literature redefine the wilderness as a potential home that carries both personal and national significances for these authors, I reveal the continuities not only between nineteenth-century conceptions of nature and home but also among the literary movements of the century.
www.ohiolink.edu /etd/view.cgi?osu1149885641   (207 words)

 A History of Histories of German Literature, 1835-1914 by Anthony W. Rilley   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Batts defines a history of German literature as `a work that presents in a systematic and chronological fashion the entire record of German creative literature from the earliest times to the present.' 2.
But it is important to note that both Protestant and Catholic histories of literature were often written by teachers for use in secondary schools and/or for a general audience, that is, educated readers.
Thus, American literary historians assessed German literature `in terms of political and social forces'; an early American scholar `rejoices that he lives in a country ``where the liberty of the people is not dependent on the faith of princes.''...
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 History and Literature
Through the age of time, literature has been a tool used to tell the story of history.
The Golden Age of Russian Literature covers a span of time when history was in the making every single day.
In 1835, under the rule of Nicholas the First, a member of the Romanov dynasty, the peasant uprisings began.
www.suite101.com /article.cfm/russian_literature/25698   (521 words)

 Icelandic literature - HighBeam Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: )
With Iceland's loss of political independence (1261-64) came a decline in literature, although the linguistic tradition continued and the old writings were still venerated.
The intellectual complexion of the Icelandic Middle Ages: toward a new profile of Old Icelandic saga literature.
Taxware announces the most unusual International VAT laws of 2006; Chocolates, equine dentistry and Icelandic literature all attract special attention from VAT inspectors.
www.encyclopedia.com /html/I/IcelndiLit.asp   (843 words)

 Essays and Term Papers: Literature - Asian : : Philosophy Term Papers, Research Papers, Custom Essays, Essay Writing, ...
1835 Japanese Literature: Murasaki Shikibu's The Tale of Genji.
2640 An Examination of Chinese Literature in Lady of the Xiang River.
The nature of the relationship the poet has with the goddess as well as the means or the style of the poet in particular, the varieties of evocative images will be considered in some detail.
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 DoorKing Telephone Entry Systems - Access Control Solutions
The Model 1835 is an ideal telephone entry system suited for apartment and gated community applications as well as office buildings and industrial sites that have a separate access control system, or require telephone entry only.
For additional security, the 1835 allows you to monitor activity AS IT HAPPENS on your computer display (requires RS-232 connection), and with our anti-pass back memory, you can enable a TRUE anti-pass back system in one of three different configurations; passive, active and trap.
The 1835 is available in three distinct styles: Surface mount, Flush mount and Wall mount.
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 Ralph Waldo Emerson
Born in 1803 to a conservative Unitarian minister, from a long line of ministers, and a quietly devout mother, Waldo--who dropped the "Ralph" in college--was a middle son of whom relatively little was expected.
He resigned in 1832 after her death from tuberculosis, troubled by theological doctrines such as the Lord's Supper, and traveled extensively in Europe, returning to begin a career of lecturing.
In 1835 he married Lydia Jackson; they lived in Concord and had four children while he settled into his life of conversations, reading and writing, and lecturing, which furnished a comfortable income.
www.vcu.edu /engweb/transcendentalism/authors/emerson   (766 words)

 Comparative Literature: News | University of Massachusetts Amherst
The Organization of Graduate Students in Comparative Literature (OGSCL) is welcoming papers for an interdisciplinary conference held at the University of Massachusetts Amherst on October 11th and 12th.
The 2008 Crossroads Conference envisions a student dialogue on the extraordinary outcomes of cultural encounters, national and ideological borders, disciplines in interaction, the overlapping of distinct historical periods, the interweaving of literary genres, the symbiosis between academics and social change, and the foreplays between rhetorics of war, freedom, memory, and silence.
Comparative Literature graduate students, (from left in photo: Frans Weiser, Juan G. Ramos, María Antonia Carcelén Estrada, Cris Mazzei, BK Tuon, Nicole Calandra, and Rhona Trauvitch; not pictured Nikolina Dobreva and estheR Cuesta) will present their work at the annual American Comparative Literature Association (ACLA) conference.
www.umass.edu /complit/about_news.shtml   (698 words)

 Bibliography of Greek Children's Literature Criticism
Kanatsouli, M. Amfisima tis Pedikis Logotechnias: Anamesa stin Ellinikotita kai stin Polipolitismikotita [Dualities of Children's Literature: Between Hellenism and Multiculturalism].
Kanatsouli, M. Introduction to the Theory and Criticism of Children's Literature.
Katsiki-Givalou, A. Children's Literature: Theory and Practice (Volumes 1 and 2).
www.angelfire.com /pe/GrChildLit/TheoryBiblio.html   (346 words)

 comparative literature and culture
Note: This bibliography is intended for work in the emerging field of "comparative cultural studies" as outlined in Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek, "From Comparative Literature Today toward Comparative Cultural Studies" in CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture: A WWWeb Journal 1.3 (1999): .
Minority Literatures and Modernism: Scots, Breton, and Occitan, 1920-1990.
Colonialism and Cultural Identity: Crises of Tradition in the Anglophone Literatures of India, Africa, and the Caribbean.
clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu /library/clcbiblio.html   (9559 words)

 Literature on the Age of Napoleon: Fiction & Drama (Digital Texts)
Translated variously as Farewell [Literature on the Age of Napoleon ed.] and Adieu [Project Gutenberg ed.] — A strange tale set during and after the Russian campaign, with a harrowing description of the crossing of the Berezina (1812)
Reuter is the chief humourist of modern German literature.
The Snare (1917) [Literature on the Age of Napoleon Ed.] Revolves around Wellington's action against the French in Portugal.
napoleonic-literature.com /AgeOfNapoleon/E-Texts/Fiction.html   (3209 words)

 English & American Literature Bibliography
Gohdes, Clarence L. Bibliographical guide to the study of the literature of the U.S.A. 4th ed., rev. and enl.
From 1919-55, entitled American bibliography and limited to writings by American scholars in the field of modern languages and literatures.
English literature, 1660-1800; a bibliography of modern studies, comp.
www.columbia.edu /cu/lweb/indiv/butlref/subj/aelit/amlit.html   (1217 words)

 Outline of American Literature
The self-divided, tragic note in American literature becomes dominant in the novels, even before the Civil War of the 1860s manifested the greater social tragedy of a society at war with itself.
Tocqueville reasons that, in a democracy, literature would dwell on "the hidden depths of the immaterial nature of man" rather than on mere appearances or superficial distinctions such as class and status.
Poe's strange marriage in 1835 to his first cousin Virginia Clemm, who was not yet 14, has been interpreted as an attempt to find the stable family life he lacked.
usinfo.state.gov /products/pubs/oal/lit4.htm   (5090 words)

 bibliography of comparative literature and culture
This bibliography is intended for work in comparative cultural studies, an emerging field of scholarship in the humanities and social sciences where tenets of the discpline of comparative literature are merged with tenets of cultural studies.
For an outline of comparative cultural studies, see Steven Tötösy de Zepetnek, "From Comparative Literature Today toward Comparative Cultural Studies" in CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture 1.3 (1999): or in hard-copy "From Comparative Literature Today toward Comparative Cultural Studies." Comparative Literature and Comparative Cultural Studies.
For further bibliographies in comparative literature, cultural studies, and bibliographies in several fields of study in the humanities, see CLCWeb: Comparative Literature and Culture (Library): .
clcwebjournal.lib.purdue.edu /library/comparativeculturalstudies(biblio).html   (10558 words)

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You need to remind yourself, therefore, that with the exception of the stories of Karamzin in the 1790s, Russian literature from 1740 to 1830 was almost exclusively a literature of poetry.
Stimulated by developments abroad, especially in German and French literature, prose began to assert itself in Russia as an artistic medium on a par with poetry.
By the middle of the 1840s the pendulum had swung so far in the direction of prose that poetry was a sort of second-class artistic citizen for about fifty years.
www1.umn.edu /lol-russ/hpgary/Russ3421/lesson6.htm   (1809 words)

 Timeline Index - People, Periods, Places, Events...
Leopold Louis-Philippe Marie Victor of Saxe-Coburg, succeeded his father, Leopold I of Belgium, to the Belgian throne in 1865 as Leopold II, King of the Belgians and rema...
Florida, Mo. As humorist, narrator, and social observer, Twain is unsurpassed in American literature....
Andrew Carnegie was born in Dunfermline, Scotland, on November 25, 1835.
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 Center for New England Culture - Heritage NH Lecture Series
Their depth and complexity convey the restless and probing quality of his thought, and show how the unruliness of chaotic modernity was always just beneath his appearance of supreme poetic control.
Robert Faggen is the Barton Evans and H. Andrea Neves Professor of Literature and Chair of the Literature Department at Claremont McKenna College.
Integrating history, literature, politics, and religion, this is one of the most comprehensive studies of the meaning of “ New England” to appear in print.
neculture.org /heritage.html   (1634 words)

 Giosuè Carducci - Biography
After several difficult years in which he taught in various high schools, he was appointed to the chair of Italian Literature at the University of Bologna, a post that he held until his retirement in 1904.
Inspired both by his own time as well as by his study of the classical and Italian poets, Carducci began writing poetry when he was a child.
After having been named an honorary citizen of Bologna, he was elected to the Senate in 1890; he served as deputy in the House of Representatives for a short time.
nobelprize.org /nobel_prizes/literature/laureates/1906/carducci-bio.html   (440 words)

 French Literature - 19th Century
Madame de Stael, notable chiefly as a literary critic, became the champion of German romantic literature in her De L'Allemagne (1813; trans.
Simultaneously, the philosopher and historian Hippolyte Taine, seeking a scientific explanation for historical and cultural phenomena, professed to discover in the interplay of physical and psychological factors the cause of national and individual variations.
Zola's naturalistic oeuvre was the application of this hypothesis to literature.
www.discoverfrance.net /France/Literature/DF_literature5.shtml   (1388 words)

 Editorial 1/2001: Global literature?
The beginning of internationally recognised Finnish literature came in 1835 with the Kalevala, an epic fashioned out of the poems collected from singers in the far north and east of rural Finland.
Sanctioned by Goethe's idea of world literature – a literature that would be the property not of individual nations, but of humanity – the Kalevala was rapidly translated, making its first appearance in French, for example, just six years after its publication in Finnish.
Even the country's one Nobel literature laureate, Frans Emil Sillanpää, who received the prize on the eve of the Soviet attack on Finland of 1939, is not exactly an international name.
www.finlit.fi /booksfromfinland/bff/101/editorial.htm   (477 words)

 Thematicl Course Descriptions
ENG 413 / 526: Literature of the Southwest
Study of literature produced between 1800 and present.
Study of major texts in World Literature, including, but not limited to Classical literature; Biblical literature; or other literatures in a global context.
www.enmu.edu /academics/undergrad/colleges/las/lang-lit/english/coursetopics.shtml   (724 words)

 AllRefer.com - Samuel Butler, 1835–1902, English author (English Literature, 19th Century, Biography) - ...
Samuel Butler, 1835–1902, English author, English Literature, 19th Century, Biographies
In 1859, refusing to be ordained, he went to New Zealand, where he established a sheep farm and in a few years made a modest fortune.
He returned to England in 1864 and devoted himself to a variety of interests, including art, music, biology, and literature.
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 Indiaclub.com: Muslim Identity, Print Culture and the Dravidian Factor in Tamil Nadu : Religion
It is based on literary works published by the Tamil Muslims from 1835, when restrictions on printing were removed, to 1920, when they participated in the pan-Islamic Khilafat movement.
By extension, the study of this literature becomes a study of the origins, society, and identity of the Tamil Muslims.
A survey of Tamil Muslim literature before the print era, and a brief history of print culture and its introduction into the Indian sub-continent form the groundwork of the research.
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 German Studies Research Guide
General Reference Z2230.S8 Literature Resource Center Provides access to biographies, bibliographies and critical analyses of authors from every age and literary discipline.
This is the Modern Language Association's bibliography of studies on literature, language and folklore.
A database providing the full text of articles from 160 journals covering history, literature and criticism, the visual and performing arts, cultural studies, education, political science, and gender studies.
web.library.emory.edu /subjects/humanities/langlit/Germanguide.html   (1449 words)

Established in 1974, Way of Life Literature is a fundamental Baptist preaching and publishing ministry based in Bethel Baptist Church, London, Ontario.
The goal of Way of Life Literature is to stand for the truth of God's Word without compromise, to preach the Gospel, and to produce well-documented materials to strengthen New Testament churches in these apostate days.
Though Way of Life Literature does not maintain supplies of these for distribution, sources for some of them are listed in the Directory of Foreign Language Literature at the Way of Life web site.
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