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  • 作者:王松林(编者),朱卫红(编者)
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    《英国文学史》是英语文学系列教材,华大博雅高校教材。

    目录

    Chapter 1 Literature of Old and Middle English Periods (450——1485)
    I.Introduction
    2.Old English Period: 449——1066
    2.1 The Venerable Bede and Caedmon
    2.2 King Alfred the Great
    2.3 Beowulf
    3.Middle English Period: 1066——1485
    3.I Medieval Romance
    3.2 Folk Ballad
    3.3 John Wycliffe and William Langland
    3.3.1 John Wycliffe (1324——1384)
    3.3.2 William Langland (1330——1388)
    3.4 Drama in the Middle Ages
    3.5 Geoffrey Chaucer (1343——1400)
    3.5.1 Chaucer's Life Background
    3.5.2 Chaucer's Literary Career

    Chapter 2 Literature of English Renaissance { 1485——-1616)
    1.Introduction
    2.Thomas More and Francis Bacon
    2.1 Thomas More (1478——1535) ~
    2.2 Francis Bacon (1561——1626)
    3.Sir Philip Sidney and Edmund Spenser
    3.1 Sir Philip Sidney (1554——1586)
    3.2 Edmund Spenser (1522——1599)
    4.Christopher Marlowe and Ben Jonson
    4.1 Christopher Marlowe (1564——1593)
    4.2 Ben Jonson (1572——1637)
    5.William Shakespeare (1564——1616)
    5.1 Life and Achievements
    5.2 Historical Plays
    5.3 Comedies
    5.4 Tragedies
    5.5 Romances
    5.6 Sonnets

    Chapter 3 Literature of the 17th Century (1616——-1688)
    1.Introduction
    2.John Milton (1608——1674)
    3.The Metaphysical Poets
    3.1 John Donne (1572——1631)
    3.2 George Herbert (1593——1633)
    3.3 Andrew Marvell (1621——1678)
    4.The Restoration Drama
    5.John Dryden (1631——1700)
    6.John Bunyan (1628——1688)

    Chapter 4 Literature of the 18th Century (1688——1798)
    I.Introduction
    2.Alexander Pope (1688——1744)
    3.Joseph Addison and Richard Steele
    3.1 Joseph Addison (1672——1719)
    3.2 Richard Steele (1672——1729)
    4.Samuel Johnson (1709——1784)
    5.The Rise of the Novel in England
    5.1 Daniel Defoe (1659? ——1731)
    5.2 Jonathan Swift (1667m1745)
    5.3 Samuel Richardson (1689m1761)
    5.4 Henry Fielding (1707——1754)
    5.5 Tobias George Smollett (1721——1771)
    5.6 Oliver Goldsmith (1730——1774)
    5.7 Laurence Sterne (1713——1768)
    5.8 The Gothic Novel: Horace Walpole (1717——1797) and Ann Radcliffe (1764——1823)
    6.Pre-Romantic Poetry
    6.1 Graveyard School Poet: Thomas Gray (1716——1771)
    6.2 Robert Burns (1759——1796)
    6.3 William Blake (1757——1827)

    Chapter 5 Literature of the Romantic Period (1798——1832)
    I.Introduction
    2.The First Generation Romantics
    2.I William Wordsworth (1770——1850)
    2.2 Samuel Taylor Coleridge (1772——1834)
    2.3 Robert Southey (1774——1843)
    3.The Second Generation Romantics
    3.1 George Gordon Byron (1788——1824)
    3.2 Percy Bysshe Shelley (1792——1822)
    3.3 John Keats (1795——1821)
    4.Novelist of Social Manners: Jane Austen (1775——1817)
    5.Historical Novelist: Waiter Scott (1771——1832)
    6.Familiar Essayist : Charles Lamb (1775——1834)

    Chapter 6 Literature of the Victorian Age (1832——1900)
    1.Introduction
    2.Victorian Novelists
    2.1 Charles Dickens (1812——1870)
    2.2 William Makepeace Thackeray (1811——1863)
    2.3 Charlotte Bront~ and Emily Bront~
    2.3.1 Charlotte Bront~ (1816——1855)
    2.3.2 Emily Bront~ (1818——1848)
    2.4 George Eliot (1819——1880)
    2.5 George Meredith, Anthony Trollope and Samuel Butler
    2.5.1 George Meredith (1828——1909)
    2.5.2 Anthony Trollope (1815——1882)
    2.5.3 Samuel Butler (1835——1902)
    2.6 Thomas Hardy (1840——1928)
    3.Victorian Poets and Dramatists
    3.1 Alfred Tennyson (1809——1892)
    3.2 Robert Browning and Elizabeth Barrett Browning
    3.2.1 Robert Browning (1812——1889)
    3.2.2 Elizabeth Barret Browning (1806——1861)
    3.3 Matthew Arnold (1822——1888)
    3.4 Oscar Wilde (1854——1900)
    4.Victorian Non-fiction Prose
    4.1 Thomas Carlyle and Thomas Babington Macaulay
    4.1.1 Thomas Carlyle (1795——1881)
    4.1.2 Thomas Babington Macaulay (1800——1859)
    4.2 John Henry Newman and John Stuart Mill
    4.2.1 John Henry Newman (1801——1890)
    4.2.2 John Stuart Mill (1806——1873)
    4.3 John Ruskin and Walter Horatio Pater
    4.3.1 John Ruskin (1819——1900)
    4.3.2 Walter Horatio Pater (1839——1894)

    Chapter 7 Literature of the 20th Century (1900-1945)
    I.Introduction
    2.The Edwardians and the Georgians
    2.1 Arnold Bennett and Herbert George Wells
    2.1.1 Arnold Bennett (1867——1931)
    2.1.2 Herbert George Wells (1866——1946)
    2.2 John Galsworthy (1867——1933)
    2.3 Rudyard Kipling (1865——1936)
    2.4 Joseph Conrad (1857——1924)
    2.5 Ford Madox Ford (1873——1939)
    Chapter 8 Literature to the 20th century (1945-2000)
    ……

    序言

    《英国文学史》是一部为我国高校英语专业学生编写的教材。进入二十一世纪后,高校英语专业的英美文学教学观念有了重大的变化,网络时代的学生有了更多获取文学史信息的渠道,也具有更强的自主学习能力。教师和学生对文学史教材的设计理念有了更高的要求,传统的教材在编写体系、观念和信息量上已不能完全满足教学的需求。新的世纪行将走完头十年,有必要对过去一个世纪的英国文学进行一番重点的梳理和总结,并对新世纪英国文学的发展进行展望。本教材正是在这一背景下编写的。
    为了适应新世纪高校英国文学教学的需要,也为了更充分地体现文学史教材在文学教学和学术研究中的作用,我们根据下列四个原则编写了本书。第一,突出问题意识。教材力求体现新形势下研究型教学的要求和探究式学习的特点。为引导学生进一步阅读、思考和研究,编者在每一章节后面,根据不同作家和作品的特点、不同文学思潮和文学流派的的特征设计出相关思考题,并提供进一步研读书目,这既突出了教材的重点,也为学生今后的毕业论文写作提供了参考。第二,注重对现当代文学的描述。本书在作家作品的选择上既顾及对文学经典的描述,又特别强调现当代英国文学的重要地位,教材对二十世纪的英国文学做了较为详尽的介绍,这是对传统英国文学史教材的有力补充。第三,力求编写体系有所创新。适度打破传统文学史的时间框架,按照文学流派和文学体裁建构章节,帮助学生更好地把握作家作品的共性与个性。第四,兼顾教材的讲义性和资料性。本书选材丰富、内容系统、体系完整,适度超过教学时数的限定,供教师根据实际选择使用和供学生进行拓展学习,同时也可以作为英国文学研究者的参考书。个别章节还对一些重要作家在中国的学术研究状况做了简要介绍。

    文摘

    Bede (673——735) or Baeda was first called "Venerabilis" during the 9thcentury. By the title "the Venerable Be de" one can infer that he was known to posterity. He was a historian and diligent teacher and scholar of Latin and Greek;he had many pupils among the monks of Wearmouth and Jarrow. Although he might never have travelled beyond the boundaries of his native district of Northumbria, he achieved an international reputation as one of the greatest scholars of his age. Writing in Latin, the learned language of the era, Be de produced many theological works as well as books on science and rhetoric, but his most popularand enduring work is Historia Ecclesiastica Gentis Anglorum (completed in 731).This work has earned for Bede the name " The Father of English History," and,with its achievements in prose writing, has made him popular as the most importantand outstanding prose writer during the late 7th and the early 8th centuries.Historia tells the history of Britain from the time of Julius Caesar's conquest of the British Isles through the Saxon invasions to the arrival of Saint Augustine, the first Roman missionary in 597, and the squabbles of the petty kingdoms of Saxon England. The main theme of it is the spread of Christianity and the growth of the English churches.