《英国文学史》目录

《英国文学史》目录

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Chapter I ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE ANGLO-SAXON PERIOD

1。 The Historical Background

2. “Beowulf”the National Epic of the Anglo-Saxons

3. Minor Anglo-Saxon Poetry:Caedmon and Cynewulf

4。 Anglo-Saxon Prose: Bede;Alfred; “The Anglo Saxon Chronicle”; Aelfric Chapter II ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE LATE MIDDLE AGES

Section I English Literature from the Mid-11th Century to the Mid-14th

1. The Background: Political and Social

2. Folk Literature and Religious Literature from the Mid-11th to the Mid-14th Century

3. Early Alliterative and Metrical Romances in the 12th,13th and Early 14th Centuries

Section II English Literature of the Second Half of the 14th Century

1. The Background:Political and Social

2。 John Wycliffe;John Gower;William Langland

3。 Geoffrey Chaucer

Section III English Literature of the Fifteenth Century

1. The Background:Political and Social

2. The English and Scottish Popular Ballads: “Robin Hood Ballads”

3。 Early English Drama: Folk Drama; the Mystery Plays;

The Miracle Plays; the Morality Plays

4。 The English Chaucerians; Early Scottish Poetry and the Scottish Chaucerians

5. English Prose of the 15th Century: Sir Thomas Malory and His "Le Morte d'Arthur"

Chapter III ENGLISH LITERATURE OF THE RENAISSANCE

Section I The Historical Background:Economic,Political and Cultural

1。 The Renaissance in Europe

2. Stages and Trends of English Literature of the Renaissance

Section II English Literature of the Early 16th Century

1 The Oxford Reformers; Thomas More

2。 Court Poetry: Skelton; Wyatt and Surrey

3. Morality Plays and Interludes of the 16th Century:

David Lyndsay; John Heywood

Section III English Literature of the Second Half of the 16th Century.

1。 Court Poetry:Philip Sidney; Edmund Spenser

2。 Prose Fiction: Lyly,Lodge,Greene,Sidney,Nashe,Deloney

3. Pre-Shakespearean Drama: English Drama under Classical Influence;University Wits:Lyly,Peele,Lodge,Nashe,Greene,Kyd and Marlowe Section IV Shakespeare

1。 Shakespeare's Life and Literary Career

2。 Shakespeare's Poems and Sonnets

3。 Early Period of Shakespeare's Plays:History Plays

(“Richard III”,“Henry IV”,Parts 1 and 2,“Henry V”);Early Tragedies (“Romeo and Juliet”,“Julius Caesar”);Comedies (“The Merchant of Venice”,“Much Ado about Nothing”,“As You Like It”,“Twelfth Night”)

4. Mature Period of Shakespeare's Plays. Tragedies(“Hamlet”,“Othello”,“King Lear”,“Macbeth”,“Antony and Cleopatra”,“Coriolanus”,“Timon of Athens”),Tragi-Comedies (“Measure for Measure”,“All's Well that Ends Well”,“Troilus and Cressida”)

5. Last Period of Shakespeare's Dramatic Career:“Pericles”,“Cymbeline”,“The Winter's Tale”,“The Tempest”,“Pericle”,“Henry VIII”

6. General Comments on Shakespeare:Shakespeare's Progressive Significance and Limitations;His Indebtedness to the English Dramatic Tradition;His CharacterCreations;His Plot Construction;His Mastery of Language;His Literary Influence

Section V English Literature of the First Quarter of the 17th Century

1. Drama of Shakespeare's Contemporaries: Ben Jonson,Chapman,Dekker,Thomas Heywood,Beaumont and Fletcher

2. The Decline of Drama in Early 17th-Century England up to the Closing of the Theatres in London in 1642:Marston,Tourneur,Webster,Ford,Middleton,Massinger,Shirley

3. Francis Bacon

4. The King James Bible and Other Prose in Early 17th Century

5。 English Non-Dramatic Poetry in the First Thirty Years of the 17th Century: John Donne,Ben Jonson,the Spenserians

Chapter IV ENGLISH LITERATURE DURING THE ENGLISH BOURGEOIS REVOLUTION AND THE RESTORATION

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Chapter V EICHTEENTH CENTURY ENGLISH LITERATURE

Section I The Historical Background: Political and Ideological。

1. Political Background from the Revolution of 1688 to the End of the 18th Century.

2. The Enlightenment in England and Its Effect upon English Literature of the 18th Century.

Section II English Literature in Early 18th Century。

1. Neo-Classicism in English Literature in Early 18th Century: Alexander Pope.

2。 Periodical Literature in Early 18th-Century England: Addison and Steele。

3. Daniel Defoe.

4. Jonathan Swift.

Section III English Prose Fiction in the Middle and Last Decades of the 18th Century.

1. Richardson.

2. Fielding.

3. Smollett.

4。 Sterne and Goldsmith。

5. Gothic Romances and Other Works of Fiction near the End of the 18th Century.

Section IV English Drama in the 18th Century.

1。 English Drama in the Early and Middle Decades of the 18th Century。

2. Richard Brinsley Sheridan.

Section V Neo-Classicism and Pre-Romanticism in English Poetry and Prose in the Middle and Last Decades of the 18th Century.

1。 Samuel Johnson;James Boswell;Gibbon;Burke。

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