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  George Orwell: The Prevention of Literature
In Communist literature the attack on intellectual liberty is usually masked by oratory about "petty-bourgeois individualism," "the illusions of nineteenth-century liberalism," etc., and backed up by words of abuse such as "romantic" and "sentimental," which, since they do not have any agreed meaning, are difficult to answer.
Literature has sometimes flourished under despotic regimes, but, as has often been pointed out, the despotisms of the past were not totalitarian.
Throughout the whole of the Middle Ages there was almost no imaginative prose literature and very little in the way of historical writing; and the intellectual leaders of society expressed their most serious thoughts in a dead language which barley altered during a thousand years.
www.resort.com /~prime8/Orwell/preventlit2.html   (5233 words)

 James T. Farrell: American Literature Marches On (1946)
One way of interpreting literature is by describing it as an imaginative trial of the consciousness of man. In imaginative representation and re-creation, man goes through the trial of his times, the trial of his past and his present, and in doing this, he anticipates his future as best he can.
We see suggestions of this in Russian literature, in the succession of characters who are described in such convincing human terms, and who modelled or tried to model their lives, for good or for ill, on a philosophy, a set of ideas.
The major theme of Russian literature of the nineteenth century is a moral one — that of revealing in various ways the effort of men to find consistency between their ideals and their actions.
www.marxists.org /history/etol/writers/farrell/1946/09/amerlit.htm   (4716 words)

 Ancient Literature of the Tamils - Father Xavier S. Thaninayagam   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
With Greek and Latin, Tamil shares the misfortune of having lost the vast portion of its ancient literature, but while Greek and Latin have yet their drarnas, epics, and historical, philosophical and forensic prose, it is almost exclusively the lyric and heroic and bardic poetry of ancient Tamil that has survived.
While it is given to the student of comparative literature to trace the origins of Sanskrit literature in the hymns of the Vedas, and the early attempts of the Grecian bards in the Homeric poems, of the origins of Tamil literature, he can find little trace or historical account.
Literary criticism of Tamil poetry is a new field of study, for histories of Tamil literature have until recently been preoccupied with disputes regarding chronology, and with proving or disproving the veracity of fabulous accounts that have grown around literary origins and lives of poets.
www.tamilnation.org /literature/ancientliterature.htm   (2938 words)

 Rene Wellek - premier scholar of literature
It is likely that he is the premier scholar of literature in modern times because he combined all-round mastery of  the specialisms of modern literary studies, with encyclopaedic reading in several languages, clear writing, a humane vision and commitment to reason.
In 1935, he moved to London to lecture in Czech language and literature, funded by the Czech government until the German invaders terminated the project.
After Theory of Literature was completed in 1949 his major focus was a multi-volumed history of modern criticism (eventually eight volumes) dealing with developments in France, England, Germany, Italy, Russia and America.
www.the-rathouse.com /ReneWellek.html   (1198 words)

 BVOM.COM - Vietnam Literature and Arts   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Vietnamese literature includes two major components which have developed simultaneously and are profoundly interrelated: Folk literature and written literature.
Vietnamese folk literature came into being very early and had a profound effect on the spiritual life of the Viets.
The folk literature always praised beauty, humanism, and the love of goodness, and contributed to the formation of a national sense.
www.bvom.com /resource/vn_Literature.asp?pContent=Literature   (485 words)

 English/Journalism/Literature Course Descriptions
Introductory course in dramatic literature stressing the influences of the past upon modern theater, the commonality and differences between theatrical and filmed drama, and the process on how the written script becomes a live or filmed production.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 Survey of post-modern literature from 1946 to the present.
Prerequisite: ENG 101 Investigates fiction and film with emphasis on their uniqueness and relationship, their common narrative elements that convince reader and viewer of their correspondence to life, and of the process of translation from one narrative form to another.
www.stchas.edu /coursedesc/english.shtml   (928 words)

 Dept. of English - Undergrad Courses, Summer 2005
Literature to be supplemented with film, art, and critical readings.
However, for as much as Derrida’s writing and thinking appear to have been received in the humanities and social sciences over the past 40 years, there is also the sense that he has not yet been received; he has been resisted, and, in some examples, reviled.
With these interrogations in mind, and bearing also in mind their inexhaustible, possibly unanswerable condition, we will proceed to pull at certain threads from the vast text of Derrida, exploring in only the most adumbrated fashion the contours of what might be called his thinking and writing.
www.english.ufl.edu /courses/undergrad/2005summer_up-d.html   (1989 words)

 Williams, Raymond
He was concerned to understand literature and related cultural forms not as the outcome of an isolated aesthetic adventure, but as the manifestation of a deeply social process that involved a series of complex relationships between authorial ideology, institutional process, and generic/aesthetic form.
He was a theorist of literature who himself wrote novels; an historian of drama who was also a playwright; and a commentator on TV and the mass media who himself regularly contributed to the medium in a variety of ways.
For him, unlike so many academics, the medium of television was a crucial cultural form, as relevant to education as the printed word.
www.museum.tv /archives/etv/W/htmlW/williamsray/williamsray.htm   (986 words)

 1946 in literature - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1945 in literature, other events of 1946, 1947 in literature, list of years in literature.
Newbery Medal for children's literature: Lois Lenski, Strawberry Girl
Pulitzer Prize for Drama: Russel Crouse, Howard Lindsay, State of the Union
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1946_in_literature   (257 words)

 Winners of the Nobel Prize in Literature
for an epic and psychological narrative art which has introduced a new continent into literature.
in recognition of his significance as the leading representative of a new era in our literature.
because of his profoundly sensitive, fresh and beautiful verse, by which, with comsummate skill, he has made his poetic thought, expressed in his own English words, a part of the literature of the West.
almaz.com /nobel/literature/literature.html   (2120 words)

 Hermann Hesse - Biography and Works
Hermann Hesse (1877-1962), German poet and novelist, who has depicted in his works the duality of spirit and nature, body versus mind and the individual's spiritual search outside the restrictions of the society.
Hesse was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946.
Hermann Hesse was born into a family of Pietist missionaries and religious publishers in the Black Forest town of Calw, in the German state of Wüttenberg on July 2, 1877.
www.online-literature.com /hesse   (963 words)

 Hermann Hesse, Text of the Nobel Prize Award 1946
This year's Nobel Prize in literature has been awarded to a writer of German origin who has had wide critical acclaim and who has created his work regardless of public favour.
It should not be overlooked, however, that his extraction as well as his personal connections had always justified Hesse in considering himself as much Swiss as German.
The youthful rebellion against the inherited piety that nonetheless always remained in the depth of his being, was repeated in a painful inner crisis, when in 1914 as a mature man and an acknowledged master of regional literature he went new ways which were far removed from his previous idyllic paths.
www.gss.ucsb.edu /projects/hesse/nobelprize.html   (1359 words)

 H.G. Wells - Biography and Works
From 1934 to 1946 he was the International president of PEN.
In The Holy Terror (1939) Wells studied the psychological development of a modern dictator based on the careers of Stalin, Mussolini, and Hitler.
Wells died in London on August 13, 1946.
www.online-literature.com /wellshg   (653 words)

 Cadillac Photos - 1946
The first new, 1946 Cadillac (a Series 62 sedan) came off the assembly line on October 17, 1945, less than two months after the last wartime tank.
The front grille got six heavier bars; new bumpers wrapped around the front and rear of the car; hood and trunk both got for the first time Cadillac's famed "V" and crest; on all models the name "CADILLAC" was spelled out in stubby, block letters on the front fenders.
The new, 1946 models were classified in the catalog into the following groups (in ascending order of value): the series "Sixty-One", "Sixty-Two", "Sixty Special" and "Seventy-Five".
www.car-nection.com /yann/Dbas_txt/Phocad46.htm   (760 words)

 Persian Language & Literature: Fereydoon Moshiri
From an early age, Moshiri was attracted to the arts, especially literature.
In the same year (1946), Moshiri joined the Ministry of Post and Telegraph, adding a new burden to his already full schedule of studies and creative work.
In fact, it was interviewing these major figures of Persian literature that enabled him to, by 1956, publish his first volume of poetry entitled "Teshnai Tufan" (Thirsting for the Storm).
www.iranchamber.com /literature/fmoshiri/fereydoon_moshiri.php   (705 words)

 OllllO 1946 CJ2A OllllO
jeep was manufactured by Willys-Overland Motors Inc. in 1946; the first full year of production for civilian jeeps (CJs).
  It is the 1,571st  jeep produced by Willys in 1946.
  According to marketing literature from 1946, the “Universal Jeep” (which was geared lower than its military siblings) could tow a 5,000 lbs trailer.
users.tellurian.net /vanorden/1946.CJ2A.htm   (734 words)

 1946 in New Zealand - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
See also: 1945 in New Zealand, other events of 1946, 1947 in New Zealand, and the Timeline of New Zealand history.
See: 1946 and Timeline of New Zealand history plus data below.
See 1946, 1946 in politics, 1946 in science, Category:1946 in Australia, 1946 in Australia, 1946 in music, 1946 timelines, History of New Zealand, Category:History of New Zealand, Military history of New Zealand, Timeline of environmental history of New Zealand, Timeline of New Zealand history
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/1946_in_New_Zealand   (252 words)

1946 is the common year starting on Tuesday.....1946 in film..The Best Years of Our Lives..
A triumphant, colorful, costume drama.....Notorious (1946), 101 minutes, D: Alfred Hitchcock..
...1946 is a website concerned with the displaying experimental World War II Japanese.....1946, the WWW museum of experimental Japanese aircraft.
www.plexxa.com /s/1946   (187 words)

 The 1946 Bureau Specialist - Sales
April 1946 - Articles of Interest: Membership Roster - The Five Cent Roosevelt Memorial Stamp (Sol Glass) - Electric Eyes (Arthur Bevan) - Offset Notes (J. Satterthwaite) - The 10¢ Imperforate of 1922 (Geo.
October 1946 - Articles of Interest: Change in Registration Markings on the Dollar Prexies (Sol Glass) -Iowa Statehood Commemorative Stamp (Sol Glass) - Notes on the 1898 Battleship Proprietaries (C. Brinkley Turner) - Offset Ink - Electric Eyes: Their History and Development as a Method in Perforating U.S. Postage Stamps (Charles M. Schwarz, Jr.
December 1946 - Articles of Interest: International Philatelic Exhibition, 1947 (Fred A. Neill) - Shades and Hues: Plate Block Vs Plate Strip Collecting (C. Durland) - Notes on the 1898 Battleship Proprietaries (C. Brinkley Turner) - Types of the 2¢ Offset contd.
www.1847usa.com /Literature/BureauSpecialist/1946BureauSpecialist.htm   (591 words)

 Dr. Anne Simpson's Author and Literature Links: Hermann Hesse
Hesse, Hermann (1877-1962), German-born Swiss novelist and poet, winner of the Nobel Prize for literature in 1946.
After World War II ended in 1945, his work became popular with younger readers, who identified with the central theme of many of his novels: the conflicts of youth—and especially of creative artists—in search of self.
Hesse, who won the Nobel Prize in literature in 1946, died in Switzerland on August 9, 1962.
www.csupomona.edu /~absimpson/links/authors/h/hesseh.html   (420 words)

 Exile and Post-1946 Haitian Literature: Alexis, Depestre, Ollivier, Laferriere, Danticat - Wal-Mart   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
This book provides readers with an excellent introduction to Haitian literature, one of the richest literary traditions in the Americas.
Martin Munro focuses on work written after 1946 up to the present, a period in which exile has become the dominant theme in Haitian literature.
Using this notion of Haitian writing as a literature of exile, Munro analyzes key novels by the most important figures of each generation of the past sixty years, including Jacques-Stephen Alexis, Rene Depestre, Emile Ollivier, Dany Laferriere, and Edwidge Danticat.
www.walmart.com /catalog/product.gsp?product_id=5332613   (558 words)

 Powell's Books - by
The Glass Bead Game, for which Hesse won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946, is the author’s last and crowning achievement, the most imaginative and prophetic of all his novels.
Setting the story in the distant postapocalyptic future, Hesse tells of an elite cult of intellectuals who play an elaborate game that uses all the cultural and scientific knowledge of the Ages.
He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1946.
www.powells.com /cgi-bin/biblio?inkey=65-080501246x-2   (214 words)

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Letter of support; campaign literature: A. Crable for State Superintendent of Public Instruction.
Joe C. Campaign literature: Joe C. Scott for president of the State Board of Agriculture.
Wright, Floyd A. Campaign literature: R. McCool for Governor of Oklahoma.
www.ou.edu /special/albertctr/archives/CartwrightInventory/cart16.htm   (1906 words)

 HipBone: Hermann Hesse   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
You could say the first Nobel for a Web-based computer game design was awarded to novelist Hermann Hesse -- who received the Prize for Literature in 1946 for his novel, Magister Ludi...
It's not strictly accurate, of course, to say his Nobel was for game design -- but it does get a point across: that the design for a game, the "Glass Bead Game", was central to Hesse's book.
Literature is a marvelous thing, and sometimes a very great writer will write a book that seems extraordinarily prescient to those who live fifty or a hundred years later.
home.earthlink.net /~hipbone/hesse.html   (442 words)

 Powell's Books - Glass Bead Game by Hermann Hesse
The final novel of Hermann Hesse, for which he won the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1946, The Glass Bead Game is a fascinating tale of the complexity of modern life as well as a classic of modern literature
Set in the 23rd century, The Glass Bead Game is the story of Joseph Knecht, who has been raised in Castalia, the remote place his society has provided for the intellectual elite to grow and flourish.
As a Western man profoundly affected by the mysticism of Eastern thought, he wrote many novels, stories, and essays that bear a vital spiritual force that has captured the imagination and loyalty of many generations of readers.
powells.com /cgi-bin/biblio?inkey=1-0312278497-3   (231 words)

 Hermann Hesse - Autobiography
My essays on political topics have recently been published in Zürich under the title Krieg und Frieden (1946) [War and Peace].
I ask you, gentlemen, to be contented with this very sketchy outline; the state of my health does not permit me to be more comprehensive.
Hermann Hesse (1877-1962) received the Goethe Prize of Frankfurt in 1946 and the Peace Prize of the German Booksellers in 1955.
www.nobel.se /literature/laureates/1946/hesse-autobio.html   (853 words)

 Lesbian and Gay Studies at Yale   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-15)
Gallup (B.A. ’34, Ph.D. ’39), Thornton Wilder ’20, and Carl van Vechten encouraged Stein to leave her papers to Yale, which she did upon her death, in 1946’ she named Gallup as literary executor.
Gallup, appointed curator of Yale’s American literature collection in 1946, and later, curator of American literature at Yale’s Beinecke Library, helped to produce an eight-volume edition of Stein’s unpublished writings.
In 1953, he published The Flowers of Friendship, a volume of letters written to Stein, doing much to further the reputation of America’s most famous lesbian writer.
www.yale.edu /lesbiangay/Pages/Archive/PNB21.html   (155 words)

 The Complete U.S. Automobile Sales Literature Checklist 1946-2000
Whether you are just beginning your collection or you have been collecting for years, The Complete U.S. Automobile Sales Literature Checklist 1946-2000 is an essential tool.
Catalog your collection and identify the literature you need to make your collection complete.
Keep a copy next to your computer for those on-line searches and another copy to take to swap meets.
www.themotorbookstore.com /couausalich1.html   (157 words)

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F49: Burton, V. F50: Cameron, Alice M., 1946.
F66: Dunn, J. F67: Easter, Harry B., 1946.
F107: Pontius, C. F108: Reasor, Dorothy Jane, 1946.
www.ou.edu /special/albertctr/archives/MiscInventory/schwabebox.htm   (675 words)

 English Course Descriptions
E302 1934 - Literatures in English 1600 to 1800
E303 1936 - Literatures in English 1800 to 1900
E303 1937 - Literatures in English 1800 to 1900
www.indiana.edu /~deanfac/blspr02/eng   (364 words)

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