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    《文学导论》:普通高等教育“十一五”国家级规划教材,新世纪高等院校英语专业本科生系列教材(修订版)

    目录

    Unit One Fiction
    1.1 Understanding Fiction
    1.2 Plot
    David Herbert Lawrence and “Tickets, Please”
    1.3 Character
    Sherwood Anderson and “The Egg”
    1.4 Point of View and Tone
    Margaret Atwood and “Rape Fantasies”
    1.5 Theme
    James Joyce and “The Dead”
    1.6 Style
    Ernest Hemingway and “In Another Country”
    1.7 Selected Commentaries
    Mark Savin: “Coming Full Circle: Sherwood Anderson's 'The Egg'”
    L.J.Morrissery: Inner and Outer Perceptions in Joyce's 'The Dead'
    1.8 Further Reading
    Luigi Pirandello and “War”
    Student Paper: “Defining 'War”

    Unit Two Poetry
    2.1 Understanding Poetry
    2.2 Voice: Speaker and Tone
    Robert Browning and “Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister”
    2.3 Diction
    William Blake and “London”
    2.4 Imagery
    Williams Shakespeare and Sonnet 130
    2.5 Figures of Speech
    Emily Dickinson and “I like to see it lap the Miles”
    2.6 Sound and Rhythm
    E.E.Cummings and “anyone lived in a pretty how town”
    2.7 Selected Commentaries
    Heather Glen: “The Stance of Observation in wilham Blake's 'London'”
    William Freedman: “Dickinson's 'I lille to see it lap the Miles'”
    2.8 Fmlher Reading i
    Robert Frost and “Design”
    Student Paper: “An Unfolding of Robert Frost's 'Design'”

    Unit Three Drachma
    3.1 Understanding Drama
    3.2 ShakespeareanComedy
    William Shakespeare and A Midsummer Night's Dream
    3.3 The Problem Play
    George Bernard Shaw and Widowers' Houses
    3.4 The Feminist Theater
    Susan Olaspell and Trifles
    3.5 The Theater of the Absurd
    Samuel Beckett and “Krapp's Last Tape”
    3.6 Selected Commentaries
    Kate Kellaway: “Shaw-ly Some Mistake”
    Robert Brustein: “Krapp's Last Tape”
    3.7 Furthcr Readlng
    Sophocles and Antigone
    Student Paper: “Antigone A Struggle between Human and Divine Powers”

    Unit Four Literary Criticism
    4.1 Understanding Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism
    4.2 Marxist Criticism
    Raymond williams and “Base and Superstructure in Marxist Cultural Theory”
    4.3 Psychoanalytical Criticism
    Sigmund Freud and“ Creative Writers and Day-Dreaming”
    4.4 Feminist Criticism
    Sandra M.Gilbert, Susan Gubar and “The Madwoman in the Attic: The Woman Writer and the Nineteenth-Century Literary Imagination”
    4.5 Postcolonial Criticism
    Edward Said and “‘Introduction' to Orientalism”
    4.6 Selected Commentaries
    Maggie Humm: “Feminist Futures”
    Leela Gandhi: “The Limits of Postcolonial Theory”
    4.7 Further Reading
    Margaret Atwood and “Spelling”
    Student Paper: “A Feminist Critique of Margaret Atwood's ‘Spelling'”

    Appendixes
    1.Glossary of Literary Terms
    2.Literary Background Information
    3.Sample Papers
    4.Websites for Further Studies
    References

    序言

    我国英语专业本科教学与学科建设,伴随着我国改革开放的步伐,得到了长足的发展和提升。回顾这30多年英语专业教学改革和发展的历程,无论是英语专业教学大纲的制订、颁布、实施和修订,还是四、八级考试的开发与推行,以及多项英语教学改革项目的开拓,无不是围绕英语专业的学科建设和人才培养而进行的,正如《高等学校英语专业英语教学大纲》提出的英语专业的培养目标,即培养“具有扎实的英语语言基础和广博的文化知识并能熟练地运用英语在外事、教育、经贸、文化、科技、军事等部门从事翻译、教学、管理、研究等工作的复合型英语人才。”为促进英语专业本科建设的发展和教学质量的提高,外语专业教学指导委员会还实施了“新世纪教育质量改革工程”,包括推行“十五”、“十一五”国家级教材规划和外语专业国家精品课程评审,从各个教学环节加强对外语教学质量的宏观监控,从而确保为我国的经济建设输送大量的优秀人才。
    跨人新世纪,英语专业的建设面临新的形势和任务:经济全球化、科技一体化、文化多元化、信息网络化的发展趋势加快,世界各国之间的竞争日趋激烈,这对我国英语专业本科教学理念和培养目标提出了新的挑战;大学英语教学改革如火如荼;数字化、网络化等多媒体教学辅助手段在外语教学中广泛应用和不断发展;英语专业本科教育的改革和学科建设也呈现出多样化的趋势,翻译专业、商务英语专业相继诞生——这些变化和发展无疑对英语专业的学科定位、人才培养以及教材建设提出了新的、更高的要求。
    上海外语教育出版社(简称外教社)在新世纪之初约请了全国30余所著名高校百余位英语教育专家,对面向新世纪的英语专业本科生教材建设进行了深入、全面、广泛和具有前瞻性的研讨,成功地推出了理念新颖、特色明显、体系完备的“新世纪高等院校英语专业本科生系列教材”,并被列入“十五”国家级规划教材,以其前瞻I生、先进性和创新性等特点受到全国众多使用院校的广泛好评。
    面对快速发展的英语专业本科教育,如何保证专业的教学质量,培养具有国际视野和创新能力的英语专业人才,是国家、社会、高校教师共同关注的问题,也是教材编撰者和教材出版者关心和重视的问题。

    文摘

    The nineteenth century was an age of conversion from a traditional premodern state to amodern industrial society. History witnessed a disintegration of traditional local communitiesand a rise of industrial towns. Most Victorian novels were realistic, recording the main grounds ofhope and uneasiness which Victorians felt, the modes of thought and behavior they followed, andthe standards of value they held. The outstanding Victorian novelists include Charles Dickens',George Eliot, Anthony Trollope, William Thackeray, and Elizabeth Gaskell. Different fromVictorian Britain, early nineteenth-century America was preoccupied with Idealism andindependence. The nation experienced a shift from the anxious demand for a European-styletradition to a self-assured revival of spiritual intelligence and cultural autonomy. WashingtonIrving, James Fenimore Cooper, Edgar Allan Poe, Nathaniel Hawthorne, Herman Melville allmade explorations of American life. The first examples of the short stories in the United Stateswere Washington Irving's Rip van Winkle (1819) and The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1820), EdgarAllan Poe's Tales of the Grotesque and Arabesque (1840) and Nathaniel Hawthorne's Twice-Told Tales(1842). In the late nineteenth century, the growth of print magazines and journals created a strongdemand for short fiction. At the same time, the first literary theories about the short story appeared.A widely known one was Edgar Allan Poe's The Philosophy of Composition (1846). From 1865 on,the rules of American social action changed due to material expansion. The dominant characteristicbecame the growth and concentration of capital. Like their British contemporaries, Americansexperienced an oppressive consciousness of displacement and separation. Mark Twain, WilliamDean Howells, Theodore Dreiser were known for their realistic portrayal of the industrial progressand heightened materialism.