5 edition of The Oxford illustrated history of English literature found in the catalog.
Includes bibliography and index.
|Statement||edited by Pat Rogers.|
|Contributions||Rogers, Pat, 1938-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||450|
Copyright Reed Business Information, Inc. The volume also offer detailed treatments of other major writers such as Chaucer, Milton, Donne, Wordsworth, Dickens, Eliot, and Auden, and up-to-date discussions of living authors such as Muriel Spark and Seamus Heaney. With a full chronology, which has been brought up to date to the end ofan extensive list of further reading, 16 pages of colour plates, 23 maps, 6 special Action Station diagram 'box' features, and around black-and-white integrated illustrations, this is an authoritative and highlyreadable account of a unique fighting service and its people. My primary level of interest in is Anglo-Saxon England and the Wessex kings especially - Alfred the Great is great for a reason and the only king of England with this descriptor! Explore About The Renaissance is one of the most celebrated periods in European history.
Throughout, the author combines concise analyses of individual works and authors with an overarching sense of how they interacted in a single literary tradition. Separate chapters examine the Renaissance institutions and contexts which shape the reception of antiquity, and an annotated bibliography provides substantial material for further reading. More than a mere chronology, this versatile work provides a basic core of information and invaluable supplementary material, including suggestions for further reading, maps, a chronological table of dates, and a detailed index with birth and death dates of individuals listed. Like the others in the series it combines the best scholarship in the field with lavish illustrations and photographs in colour and black and white throughout the text. Religion, Stella Fletcher 4.
The volume also offer detailed treatments of other major writers such as Chaucer, Milton, Donne, Wordsworth, Dickens, Eliot, and Auden, and up-to-date discussions of living authors such as Muriel Spark and Seamus Heaney. This book will be a welcome addition to any library on the subject. Innovative essays include "Women's Writing in the Restoration" and "The New Morality," which examines the s and s. Rather than simply decorating the text, the illustrations complement and enlarge it. OHCREL endeavours to interrogate, rather than inertly reiterate, conventional assumptions about literary 'periods', the processes of canon-formation, and the relations between literary and non-literary discourse. Lawrence, are combined with analysis of the impact on literature of contemporary political, social, and intellectual developments.
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In The Short Oxford History of English Literature, Sanders conducts us on a tour through the living past behind the stone effigies of Poets' Corner--capturing the vast history of the literature of the British isles in a single, fascinating narrative. Collectively, they have woven together the complex strands of English literature The Oxford illustrated history of English literature book a highly readable narrative.
Sanders ranges far beyond the boundaries of England, examining the impact of Scottish writers and philosophers, the rich traditions of Irish literature, and the works of Welsh authors as well. How successfully did the navy defend the British Empire during the nineteenth century?
This lavishly illustrated volume explores the richness, diversity, and continuity of that tradition. As a consequence it has always had a special significance and has over the centuries entrenched itself in the national psyche, making itself manifest not only through the hero-worship ofits principal characters such as Horatio Nelson and Sir Francis Drake but also finding expression through art, music, and literature.
Number of pages: pages Language: English Add favorites 00 The Renaissance is one of the most celebrated periods in European history. The Civilisation of the Renaissance, Francois Quiviger 5.
Download eBook Britain is an island nation and throughout history its navy has been of great importance for its defence. Sanders applies this sensitivity to the relationship between literature and larger social issues elsewhere as well; after providing an outstanding critical examination of Dickens's novels, he firmly sets them in the context of the "Condition of England" fiction so popular in the nineteenth century, including the works of such lesser lights as Harriet Martineau and Charles Kingsley.
Sanders includes more information than Fowler but lacks the advantage of the photographs, art work, and maps found in Rogers and Quennell. The History looks again at the canon of English literature and provides a fresh assessment of the distinctive contribution of Scottish, Irish, and Welsh writers, and it asks about the future of the canon in the light of the fragmented condition of British writing in the post-imperial period.
Long, Independent scholar Margaret M. The glories of Florence and the art of Raphael and Michelangelo remain an important element of the Renaissance story, but they are now only a part of a much wider story which looks beyond an exclusive focus on high culture, beyond the Italian peninsula, and beyond the fifteenth century.
Under the general editorship of Pat Rogers, some of Britain's foremost literary scholars trace the history of English literature from its first stirrings in Anglo-Saxon poetry to the present day.
The The Oxford illustrated history of English literature book have succeeded in weaving together the complex strands of English literature into a highly readable narrative, accessible to the general reader and student alike.
At its heart towers Shakespeare, who is accorded a special chapter to himself. But when did it begin? Now updated for its paperback edition, The Oxford Illustrated History of the Royal Navy, in a series of fourteenchapters, provides a thorough and engaging treatment of these histories, covering every aspect of naval history from the Anglo-Saxon period to the dawn of the new millennium.
They range in subject from manuscripts and book illustrations to works of art and architecture, portraits, social scenes, landscapes, and caricatures, illuminating not only the literature but also the ideas, preoccupations, and outlooks that fostered it.
Greenland and Iceland were of particular interest The Oxford illustrated history of English literature book, not only because it is amazing that the ships were able to travel that far, but even beyond to reach North America - long before Columbus and his germ warfare.
The Short Oxford History of English Literature provides a remarkably concise account of this rich past, offering food for thought and an even deeper enjoyment of the great works.
The contributors aim to convey to the reader the pleasure and exhilaration of literature, rather than to provide a bare outline of schools and periods of writing. Wavering back and forth between 3 and 4 stars. In this lavishly illustrated volume, the richness, diversity, and continuity of that tradition are explored by a group of Britain's foremost literary scholars.
And he brings his analysis up to the post-modern present, looking at such writers as Seamus Heaney and Angela Carter. But Chaucer was lionized by future generations, especially by Edmund Spenser, who was the next poet to take his place in the Corner.
He goes on to crisply assess the interaction of Shakespeare's plays with the politics and emerging nationalism of the period.The Oxford Illustrated History of English Literature by Pat Rogers: The Oxford Illustrated History of the British Monarchy by John Cannon: The Oxford Illustrated History of New Zealand by Keith Sinclair: The Oxford Illustrated History of Roman Britain by Peter Salway: The Oxford History of the British Army by David G.
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Home > The Typographeum Bookshop > The Oxford Illustrated History of English Literature The Oxford Illustrated History of English Literature by Rogers, Pat Condition: Fine copy/fine. $ () Add to cart Book Edition: First Edition.The Oxford Illustrated History ebook the Renaissance tells the cultural ebook of this broader and longer Renaissance: from seminal figures such as Dante and Giotto in thirteenth-century Italy, to the waning of Spain's "golden age" in the s, and the closure of the English theatres inthe date generally taken to mark the end of the.