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 V. Bryant and the Minor Poets: Bibliography. Vol. 15. Colonial and Revolutionary Literature; Early National Literature, ...
Colonial and Revolutionary Literature; Early National Literature, Part I. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes.
Colonial and Revolutionary Literature; Early National Literature, Part I. Bryant and the Minor Poets.
New York and London, 1856, 1857 [2 vols.], 1862 [2 vols.], 1870, 1871.
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 Between Snow and Desert Heat - Russian Influences on Hebrew Literature 1870-1970 - Rina Lapidus
In both style and substance, Hebrew literature, from the second half of the nineteenth century to well into the twentieth, was unmistakably influenced by Russian prose and poetry.
In nine fascinating case studies, Rina Lapidus has systematically identified those Hebrew authors and poets upon whom the Russian influence is most striking and upon whom it seems to have exerted the greatest power.
After examining the textual parallels in the works of both the influencing and the influenced authors, she presents, when relevant, intertextual sources for the passages discussed—such as various Russian idioms or linguistic or literary patterns commonly found in Russian literature.
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 XIX. Early Humorists: Bibliography. Vol. 16. Early National Literature, Part II; Later National Literature, Part I. The ...
Early National Literature, Part II; Later National Literature, Part I. The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes.
Early National Literature, Part II; Later National Literature, Part I. Early Humorists.
The Life and Adventures of Dr. Didimus Duckworth, A. To which is added the History of a Steam Doctor.
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 CLEP: American Literature
The American Literature examination covers material that is usually taught in a two-semester survey course (or the equivalent) at the college level.
It assumes that candidates have read widely and developed an appreciation of American literature, know the basic literary periods, and have a sense of the historical development of American literature.
To prepare for the American Literature exam, you should read critically the contents of at least one anthology, which you can find in most college bookstores.
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 Yiddish. (from Literature) --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The highlight of 1999 was the 600-page anthology, Di Yidishe literatur in amerike 1870–2000 (“Yiddish Literature in America 1870–2000), selected and edited by Emanuel S. Goldsmith.
Some of the central achievements of Yiddish literature may be understood in terms of orality and intertextuality.
The history of modern Yiddish literature could be sketched according to the history and geographic distribution of Yiddish periodicals.
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 Dickens, Charles (1812 - 1870) | Introduction: Gothic Literature
Some of his characters are grotesques; Dickens loved the style of eighteenth-century Gothic romance, even though the popularity of those novels was on the wane, and his fiction features many elements of that genre.
Dickens was thus a late contributor to the development of Gothic English literature.
When he died in 1870, England mourned the death of one of its favorite authors.
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 Shtetl: Yiddish Literature in America, 1870-2000
Out of apathy to language, Yiddish literature in America created language-consciousness, and for a declining generation it created a beautiful linguistic instrument." The Yiddish writers of America helped preserve and stimulate loyalty to the Jewish people and to Jewish religious and cultural values and ideals.
American Yiddish literature provides the most complete, most condensed and most authentic record of the changing image of American Jewry and of the Jewish people as a whole in the twentieth century.
Together with the emergence of the modern Jewish religious movements, the rise of Jewish Socialism, Zionism the Hebraic renaissance and the birth of Israel, the flowering of modern Yiddish literature and culture all over the world in the first half of the twentieth century is a miracle of Jewish creative survival.
www.ibiblio.org /yiddish/Book/Goldsmith/yla-intr.html   (3299 words)

 Literature Courses - English Department   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
When you take a literature course, you are joining a diverse community of readers and writers.
Your professors are excited about the poems, stories, novels, and plays that they teach, and they value the perspectives that students bring to the texts from their own experiences and knowledge.
Courses in film and special topics such as “The Literature of Madness and the Irrational” are also offered for students who like to explore other, unique approaches to literature.
www.qcc.cuny.edu /English/literaturecourses.asp   (206 words)

 English literature 1801-1870 - E
Offers a 'Guide to 19th Century English Literature' arranged by author, and includes articles on plagiarism and online publishing.
1870) during the Victorian era, including Great Expectations, Dombey and Son, The Pickwick Papers, Martin Chuzzlewit, Nicholas Nickleby, and A Tale of Two Cities.
An alphabetical listing of Dickensian characters is provided, along with a selection of illustrations, and a timeline tracing his life from 1812 to 1870.
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 Quotations Page and Literature Page Forum
Well, come to find out, this "hitch your wagon to a star" (inaccurate as it is) line actually predates 1870 by eight years.
Turns out he is literally referring to Man's ability to harness the powers of the forces of this Earth, the Moon, and the stars.
Maybe he said it again later in "Society and Solitude," (1870) but I am thinking now that the source citing is what is wrong, not the quote itself.
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 American Literature I: Literature to 1870
In the nineteenth century, as Susan Williams has noted, “the increasing availability of [daguerreotype] portraits to the middle class was paralleled by the increasing availability of printed texts.” Williams’
Confounding Images, Cathy N. Davidson’s “Photographs of the Dead,” and other studies have proposed a reciprocal relationship between the two media: understandings of the daguerreotype’s role were inflected by literary representations, and, conversely, the development of daguerreotypy influenced literature of the period.
This paper will explore Edgar Allan Poe’s work in the medium of magazines and journals as a way to trace the technological innovations that lead to changes in understandings of temporality, and therefore, new forms of literacy.
www.uiowa.edu /~mmla/abstracts2006/AmericanLitI.htm   (637 words)

 XII. The Literature of Australia and New Zealand: Bibliography. Vol. 14. The Victorian Age, Part Two. The Cambridge ...
The Literature of Australia and New Zealand: Bibliography.
The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes.
Turner, H. and Sutherland, A. The development of Australian Literature.
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 Reviews: March 1990   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
To begin with, I must enter a strong protest on behalf of all the Scottish, Welsh, Irish, and Cornish inhabitants of the UK against Cecil Eby's constant use of "England" and "the English" throughout his Road to Armageddon.
The reviewers placed him where he truly belongs--in the new literature of science, far away from the admirals and generals but not so far from Jules Verne, and speculating with great originality and ingenuity on the myriad possibilities revealed by the new biological sciences.
Oddly, the pieces are keyed according to content: feminism, social responsibility, literature, and travel.
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 The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe by Percy Bysshe Shelley: Sonnet to Byron
Literature Network » Percy Bysshe Shelley » The Complete Poetical Works of Percy Bysshe » Sonnet to Byron
_1 you edition 1870; him 1832; thee 1847.
_6 your edition 1870; his 1832; thy 1847.
www.online-literature.com /shelley_percy/complete-works-of-shelley/164   (244 words)

 Journal of European Studies: Geschichte der Deutschsprachigen Literature 1870-1900. Von der Reichsgrundung zur ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
The long-established history of German literature initiated by Helmut de Boor and Richard Newald is still being revised and extended.
Though some recent volumes, like the Geschichte der deutschen Literatur von 1945 bis zur Gegenwart edited by Wilfried Barner (1994), have been collective enterprises, Peter Sprengel persists heroically in presenting a whole period from a single reader's perspective.
This volume is to be followed in some three years by a second in which Sprengel deals with literature from 1900 to...
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 Wilson (1996) Axel's castle: A study of the imaginative literature of 1870-1930
Wilson (1996) Axel's castle: A study of the imaginative literature of 1870-1930
Axel's castle: A study of the imaginative literature of 1870-1930
Literature, Modern; Symbolism (Literary movement); History and criticism; 20th century; 19th century
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 BC3180 Home Page   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
In English BC 3180y, we'll be considering both the American Renaissance described by Matthiessen and more recent views of nineteenth-century American literature.
Then, we'll explore some of the answers that various writers suggest, and the new questions raised by their answers.
Issues that we'll consider include the problem of history, the representation of Native Americans, the implications of independence, the nature of the self, slavery and abolition, gender and woman's sphere, and the viability, not only of American literature, but of America itself as a nation.
www.columbia.edu /~lmg21/BC3180/3180sp98/3180home.htm   (175 words)

Students who choose this concentration will take a variety of courses in literature written in English, English as a language, and theories of literature and language.
This might be a particular historical period, or a national literature; some Areas of Study focus on literary theory, cultural studies, or certain approaches to literature and language, such as gender.
However, since the credit value of a course may not be counted twice, majors may need to take electives to accumulate the required 30 credits.
www.hunter.cuny.edu /~english/undergraduate/literature.shtml   (465 words)

 Amazon.com: Axel's Castle: A Story of the Imaginative Literature of 1870-1930 (Modern Library): Books: Edmund Wilson   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Axel's Castle: A Study of the Imaginative Literature of 1870-1930 by Edmund Wilson
To find in modern Literature a motion toward the idealistic and aesthetic, towards what Wilson calls the Symbolic is a unifying theme of this work.
He brings together the names which brought about the great modernist revolution in Literature, the new way of seeing things which in some sense corresponded with the Cubist revolution of Braque - Picasso and the non- total revolution of Schoenberg.
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 Integrating the Americas: Ftaa and Beyond And Axel's Castle: A Study of Imaginative Literature of 1870-1930
Where Latin American government leaders once looked at free trade agreements as solely about trade and trading policies, they are increasingly viewing them as the next beacon of hope in the long and arduous road of economic reform.
The payoffs to the strategy of liberalization, privatization, and openness have been meager and disappointing to date.
Published in 1931, "Axel's Castle was Edmund Wilson's first book of literary criticism--a landmark book that explores the evolution of the French Symbolist movement and considers its influence on six major twentieth-century writers: William Butler Yeats, Paul Valery, T. Eliot, Marcel Proust, James Joyce, and Gertrude Stein.
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 American Literature Since 1870 English 242 Summer 2001 Syllabus
Course Overview: American Literature Since 1870 is a survey course which examines literature from the post-civil war period to the modern age.
This particular course looks at literature with an eye toward the various genres (poetry, essay, short fiction, drama, and novels) which have helped define modern American culture.
Students will engage in discussion of authors, ideas in the literature, and relevance to modern life.
www.trcc.cc.mo.us /seward/engl242/summer%20syllabus.htm   (695 words)

 English 3910
The South in Perspective: An Anthology of Southern Literature.
In this course we will examine selections of Literature of the American South in order to gain a sense of perspective on the region’s various paradoxes and ambiguities.
Besides ubiquitous themes of race, class, and gender, we’ll explore other Southern “preoccupations” with family, place, community, religion, and economics, describing and comparing the social, political, and historical contexts of the writers and their texts with our own in class discussion and essays.
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 Sacred Texts: Legends and Sagas
This section of sacred-texts archives the rich literature of Sagas and Legends.
The first masterpiece of Russian literature, from the time of transition between Slavic Paganism and Christianity.
A sampler of Armenian literature, legends and history.
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 WE WEAR THE MASK - AFRICAN AMERICANS WRITE AMERICAN LITERATURE, 1760 - 1870   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Rafia Zafar uncovers the strategies these early writers used both to create an African American identity and to make their visions and stories accessible to white readers.
Beginning with Phillis Wheatley's implicit engagements with other colonial-era poets and ending with ultimately tragic success story of Elizabeth Keckley, ex-slave, seamstress, and confidante to a First Lady, fl authors employed virtually every dominant literary genre while cannily manipulating the nature of their presence.
By the end of Reconstruction, this first century of fl writers had paved the way for a distinctive, African American literature.
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 Marxists Writers Archive
English philosopher and writer, won to Marxism in the 1930s and died fighting for the Republican cause in Spain in 1937.
Staunch advocate of Women's rights, wrote also on the history of religion, morals, literature, language, and comedy.
Led the split in the Communist Party of the Philippines in 1991 over strategy of guerilla warfare.
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 Alexandre Dumas - Biography and Works
Called as "the king of Paris", Dumas earned fortunes and spent them right away on friends, art, and mistresses.
Dumas died of a stroke on December 5, 1870, at Puys, near Dieppe.
His son Alexandre Dumas fils, became a writer, dramatist, and moralist, who never accepted his father's lifestyle.
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 Kate Chopin: A Re-Awakening - Additional Resources
Papke, Mary E., Verging on the Abyss, The Social Fiction of Kate Chopin and Edith Wharton.
Wood, Ann Douglas, "The Literature of Impoverishment: Women Local Colorists in America 1865-1914" in Women's Studies, Vol.
November 10, 1855, with Ms fragment and photograph of Kitty Garesche (1870) on verso.
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 American History Through Literature 1820-1870 by Robert Sattelmeyer (Editor) - 0684314606
American History Through Literature 1820-1870 by Robert Sattelmeyer (Editor) - 0684314606
Add this book to your wish list
Subjects : LITERARY CRITICISM : General : History in literature
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 Paul Cézanne - Olga's Gallery
In 1859 he bought a country house on the outskirts of Aix, the Jas de Bouffan, which was to be frequently represented in Cézanne’s paintings.
Between 1852 and 1859 Paul Cézanne studied at the Collège Bourbon and it was there that he formed a friendship with Emile Zola, with whom he shared an interest in literature.
In 1856 Cézanne began to attend the evening drawing courses of Joseph-Marc Gibert at the Aix Museum.
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 Axel's Castle : A Study of the Imaginative Literature of 1870-1930 - Waukaway Store   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
If great writers are hard to find, then it's safe to say great literary critics are as rare as wild white tigers who can juggle plates.
_Axel's Castle_ provides a wonderful introduction to modern literature and its sources in the Symbolist movement.
However, the book is a bit uneven, and some writers garner more attention than others; Stein gets only about ten pages.
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 1870 in literature - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
1870 in literature - Term Explanation on IndexSuche.Com
''See also:'' 1869_in_literature, other events of 1870, 1871_in_literature, list_of_years_in_literature.
A copy of the license is included in the section entitled
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