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GEORGE VOLCEANOVA SURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATUREFROM BEOWULF TO JANE AUSTENThird Edition
Tehnoredactor: Vasilichia IONESCUBun de tipar: 7.05.2007; Coli tipar: 15,5Format: 16/61×86Editura FundaþieiRomânia de MâineBulevardul Timiºoara, Nr. 58, Bucureºti, Sector 6Tel./Fax.: 021/444 20 91; e-mail: [email protected]Descrierea CIP a Bibliotecii Naþionale a RomânieiVOLCEANOV, GEORGEA Survey of English Literature from Beowulf toJane Austen/ George Volceanov - Ed. a 3-a. -Bucureºti:Editura FundaþieiRomânia de Mâine, 2007Bibliogr.ISBN 978-973-725-831-1821.111.09.../17Reproducerea integralã sau fragmentarã, prin orice formãºi prin orice mijloace tehnice, este strict interzisã ºi sepedepseºte conform legii.Rãspunderea pentru conþinutul ºi originalitatea textuluirevine exclusiv autorului/autorilor.© Editura FundaþieiRomânia de Mâine,2007Editurã acreditatãdeMinisterul Educaþiei ºi CercetãriiprinConsiliul Naþional al Cercetãrii ªtiinþificedin Învãþãmântul Superior
UNIVERSITATEASPIRU HARETFACULTATEA DE LIMBI ªI LITERATURI STRÃINEConf.univ.dr. GEORGE VOLCEANOVASURVEY OF ENGLISH LITERATUREFROM BEOWULF TO JANE AUSTENThird EditionEDITURA FUNDAÞIEIROMÂNIA DE MÂINEBucureºti, 2007
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5CONTENTSPreface...................................................................................................Theoretical Introduction........................................................................Anglo-Saxon Literature.........................................................................Middle English Literature.....................................................................The Anonymous Poetry..........................................................The 14thCentury (Ricardian) Poetry.......................................Geoffrey Chaucer..................................................................................English Medieval Drama.......................................................................The Renaissance Sonneteers.................................................................Edmund Spenser.....................................................................Philip Sidney...........................................................................Shakespeare’s Non-dramatic Poetry......................................................Shakespeare’s Predecessors (1).............................................................The Elizabethan World Picture...............................................Shakespeare’s Predecessors (2).............................................................Christopher Marlowe..............................................................Thomas Kyd............................................................................Shakespeare the Playwright...................................................................Shakespeare’s Great Tragedies...............................................Shakespeare’s Comedies.........................................................Shakespeare’s Chronicles........................................................Shakespeare’s Roman Plays....................................................Shakespeare’s Romance Plays................................................Shakespeare in the Light of Recent Critical Perspectives.......Shakespeare’s Contemporaries (Jacobean Drama)................................Early 17thCentury Poetry......................................................................John Donne.............................................................................Andrew Marvell......................................................................John Milton...........................................................................................John Bunyan..........................................................................................John Dryden..........................................................................................Restoration Drama.................................................................................79132021232631333335374144464650525664707375788187879091959699
6The 18thCentury Poetry.........................................................................The 18thCentury Drama........................................................................The Rise of the English Novel (1).........................................................The Novel as a Complex Genre..............................................The Rise of the English Novel (2).........................................................The Rise of the English Novel (3).........................................................The 18thCentury Mind. The Satire. The Apologue.................Daniel Defoe..........................................................................Samuel Richardson.................................................................Henry Fielding........................................................................Laurence Sterne......................................................................Tobias Smollett.......................................................................The Gothic Novel....................................................................William Blake -The Symbolic Cosmogony..........................................An Introduction to English Romanticism.............................................William Wordsworth..............................................................

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