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  Top Literature - Portal:Literature
Literature is literally "an acquaintance with letters", as in the first sense given in the Oxford English Dictionary (from the Latin littera meaning "an individual written character").
The word "literature" as a common noun can refer to any form of writing, such as essays; "Literature" as a proper noun refers to a whole body of literary work.
The history of literature begins with the history of writing, in Bronze Age Mesopotamia and Ancient Egypt, although the oldest literary texts that have come down to us date to a full millennium after the invention of writing, to the late 3rd millennium BC.
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 French Literature
Throughout the period, literature was shaped by specific historical traditions and a firmly circumscribed code of priorities, ecclesiastical and secular.
The dominance of the Church ensured that literary expression was informed by a strong didactic spirit, while feudalism provided a common, if loose, framework of values until it was challenged in the thirteenth century by the growth of towns and a less courtly and more bourgeois public.
Though the existence of a tripartite social hierarchy (clergy, aristocracy and the rest) might suggest separate literary constituencies, the notion of a ‘public’ for literature is difficult to define.
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 Melville, Herman (1819 - 1891) | Introduction: Gothic Literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Virtually unrecognized at the time of his death, Melville is now praised for his rich, rhythmical prose and complex symbolism.
Billy Budd, his final novel, was left in manuscript at his death in 1891 and was not published until 1924.
Melville's mature works of fiction are considered complex pieces that illustrate their author's incisive exploration of philosophical themes, use of allegorical symbolism, and mastery of complex narrative technique.
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 CATHOLIC ENCYCLOPEDIA: Russian Language and Literature
To profane literature belong the "Testament" Vladimir Monomachus, written in 1099, in which its author gives a recital of his enterprises; and the celebrated account of the battle of Igor ("Slovo" or "Polku Igorevie"), which was found in 1795 in the library of Count Musin Pushkin.
The most important monument of the literature of the sixteenth century is the "Domostroi", attributed to Sylvester, a priest who was the contemporary of Ivan the Terrible; Sylvester was, however, the compiler rather than the author of the work.
Russian literature lost its ecclesiastical character and assumed a lay form; and in ecclesiastical literature itself there was effected a transformation towards the modern, due to the reforms of Peter the Great.
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 1891 in literature - Hutchinson encyclopedia article about 1891 in literature   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
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 XVI. London and the Development of Popular Literature: Bibliography. Vol. 4. Prose and Poetry: Sir Thomas North to ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
literature poor in character sketches of the English type, Le Moine’s Peintures Morales, 1643, being the nearest parallel in this period.
It should also be noted that the same influence which favoured the portrait and starved the generic character also hindered the development of the discursive essay, in spite of Montaigne’s example, but encouraged the maxime and the pensée, i.e.
(The whole output of literature on tobacco is eminently characteristic of the age in its elaborate titles, far-fetched conceits and bitter invective.
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 Chinese Cultural Studies: Chinese Literature: Brief Guide
This literature had its origin in unrecorded oral tales recounted by individuals to audiences gathered in marketplaces or temple yards.
In literature Chinese drama came to the fore for the first time, and vernacular fiction was firmly established.
It was in the vernacular literature of the period that writers made significant contributions.
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 Literature Quotes
The duty of literature is to note what counts, and to light up what is suited to the light.  If it ceases to choose and to love, it becomes like a woman who gives herself without preference.  ~Anatole France
The difference between journalism and literature is that journalism is unreadable and literature is not read.  ~Oscar Wilde, The Picture of Dorian Gray, 1891
The test of real literature is that it will bear repetition.  We read over the same pages again and again, and always with fresh delight.  ~Samual McChord Crothers
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 SparkNotes: Death in Venice: Context
One of the most important figures of early 20th-century literature, Thomas Mann (1875-1955) is famous both for his fiction and for his critical essays.
Mann was born in 1875 in Lubeck, Germany, to a distinguished merchant family that had a literary lineage, as well; Mann's older brother, Heinrich, also became a famous novelist and playwright.
Literature of the era also focused to a large extent on issues of homoeroticism: like Death in Venice,Dorian Gray uses a fictional character to serve as a mask for its own homosexual author; Andre Gide's novel The Immoralist (1902) represents the extreme identity crisis experienced by many European homosexual artists of the time.
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 University of California History Digital Archives
In the reorganization of the department the number of courses was increased from 13 to 19; in 1891 American literature was first introduced as a subject of study.
The freshman course in literature and composition was largely a service course, as most of the students enrolled did not intend to study English as a major subject.
He was instrumental in the retention of entomological instruction in the College of Agriculture and was responsible for the early economic orientation of research.
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 1891 Online Research :: Information about 1891   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
1891 in topic: Art 1891 in architecture - 1891 in art - 1891 in literature - 1891 in music Other topics 1891 in Canada - 1891 in rail transport - 1891 in science - 1891 in South Africa - 1891 in sports
March 3 - The International Copyright Act of 1891 was passed by the Fifty-first United States Congress of the United States of America
Sherlock Holmes is believed to have died in the Reichenbach fall with the "Napoleon of crime", Professor James Moriarty.
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Part II includes general overviews (e.g., "Literature to 1800" or "Poetry: The 1940s to the Present") while the subject index facilitates access to a pertinent American author.
Pertinent subject headings are "American fiction," "American literature," or "American poetry." Articles about individual authors may be divided into "about" (the entire canon) or "about individual works" (with the pertinent title stated).
Includes all dissertations on American literature in English, French, and German from the first to 1966 arranged by individual authors in alphabetical order, then by periods of historical significance (e.g., the "American Revolution"), genres (e.g., fiction with ten subdivisions) and fields related to literature (e.g., "economic studies").
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 Classic Literature by Author
Sherlock Holmes - A Scandal in Bohemia 1891
Sherlock Holmes - A Case of Identity 1891
Sherlock Holmes - The Man with the Twisted Lip 1891
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EDITION 3rd ed., revised throughout and with additional chapters on the literature of the United States of America and the mid twentieth-century literature of the English-speaking world by R. Churchill.
TITLE English literature at the close of the middle ages / by E. Chambers.
TITLE English literature in the sixteenth century : excluding drama / by C. Lewis.
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 1891   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
A mailing list for the volunteers who are transcribing the 1891 census for the county of Durham, United Kingdom, to discuss project efforts.
Timeline 1891-1894 Return to algis.com (HN, 1/1/99) 1891 Jan 8, Walter Bothe, subatomic particle physicist (Nobel 1954), was born in Germany.
On February 10, 1891, Sofia Kovalevskaya died and the scientific world mourned her loss.
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 The Controversial Guest: Tagore in China ... part 1 - Sisir Kumar Das
His songs already a part of the national literature of the Indian people are created with words and ideas full of vitality.
Literature is an expression of life and even metaphysical poetry cannot be an exception.
Therefore, the palace of literature must be built on the foundations of life.
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 XVI. Later Theology: Bibliography. Vol. 17. Later National Literature, Part II. The Cambridge History of English and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
The Cambridge History of English and American Literature: An Encyclopedia in Eighteen Volumes.
A Classified Bibliography of Theological and General Religious Literature.
Coyle, J. The Spirit in Literature and Life.
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 American Literature: a select bibliography of reference sources
Literature and theater of the states and regions of the U. ; an historical bibliography.
Pownall, David E. Articles on twentieth century literature: an annotated bibliography, 1954 to 1970: an expanded cumulation of "current bibliography" in the journal Twentieth Century Literature, volume one to volume sixteen, 1955 to 1970.
Eger, Ernestina N. A bibliography of criticism of contemporary Chicano literature.
www.library.yale.edu /humanities/english/amlitbib.html   (2312 words)

"She was", as Dr. Griffin Gerald's brother and biographer, remarks "of exceedingly fine tastes on most subjects, intimately acquainted with the best models of English classical literature, and always endeavoured to cultivate a taste for them in her children".
When free from his books he was wont to roam through the neighbouring countries, so rich in ruins, which told him of the past glories of his native land.
Gerald, with one brother and two sisters, was left behind under the care of an elder brother, a practising physician in Adare, County Limerick.
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 XIII. Later Essayists: Bibliography. Vol. 17. Later National Literature, Part II. The Cambridge History of English and ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
A Library of American Literature from the Earliest Settlement to the Present Time.
Fashions in Literature and Other Literary and Social Essays and Addresses.
Lectures on Subjects connected with Literature and Life.
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 Woods Multicultural Children's Books List
NOTE = Describes the Federal government's seizure of Cherokee lands in Georgia and the forced migration of the Cherokee Nation to Oklahoma along the route that came to be known as the Trail of Tears.
TITLE = Using multiethnic literature in the K-8 classroom / Violet J. Harris [editor].
NOTE = Describes the experiences of a family of Cambodian refugees as they learn to adjust to a different way of life in the United States while holding on to their ethnic heritage.
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 African American Registry for Thursday November 10th 2005
*Nella Larsen was born on this date in 1891.
Carrie Allen McCray, a source of southern literature.
*On this date in 1992, the Nobel Prize in Literature was awarded to Derek Walcott.
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2 records Apache Indians--Kings and rulers--Biography--Juvenile literature 2 records Apache Indians--Social life and customs--Juvenile literature.1 record Apache Indians--Wars, 1883-1886.
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1 record Afro-Americans in literature 1 record Afro-Americans in literature--Dictionaries.
2 records American literature 1 record American literature (Selections: Extracts, etc.) 5 records American literature--1783-1850--History and criticism.
Paraphrases, tales, etc. 1 record Bereavement in adolescence--Juvenile literature.
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 Marxist Literary Criticism
Comprehensive index to references to art, literature, culture and literary criticism in the writings of Marx and Engels.
Works on the physchology of Art and analysis of a number of works of literature.
Index to works of Trotsky on art, literature and culture.
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 English 673   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
For bibliographies, bibliographies of bibliographies, indexes and indexes to indexes, special collections, schools, movements, regions, and individual authors in American literature, the old, standard source is volume three of R. Spiller, et al., eds., Literary History of the United States, with supplements.
In the 1923 issue, PMLA began to index scholarship on American literature; the first year indexed was 1922.
The goal of this course is to increase the student's knowledge of American Literature and to increase the student's ability to deal with literature through the methods of study employed by specialists in literature.
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 Jesse Babcock Ferguson
Many in the Church of Christ still regard Ferguson as the most disruptive influence in their denomination's history, a "meteor that rose to the zenith," one Church historian wrote, who then burned out and fell into oblivion.
He spoke throughout the South on politics and literature, his popularity undiminished by controversy.
In an 1850 sermon he defended the "God-appointed relation of master and slave." Individual fls might be freed if they "advanced," but most, he believed, needed the discipline of slavery.
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 1892 in literature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1891 in literature, other events of 1892, 1893 in literature, list of years in literature.
July 1 - James M. Cain, author, newspaperman
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