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The College Anthology of English Literature The College Anthology of English Literature
The College Anthology of English Literature
ISBN: 83-242-0373-7
Rok wydania: 2004
Liczba stron: 564
Format: A5
Oprawa: Miękka
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Antologia literatury angielskiej prezentuje szeroki wybór tekstów od początków literatury angielskiej do końca I wojny światowej. Każda epoka poprzedzona jest krótką, ale wyczerpującą charakterystyką.

SPIS TREŚCI

Contents

THE OLD ENGLISH PERIOD

Characteristics of Old English Literature
Ciassification of Old English Literature
Old English Prosody
Beowulf
Thc Wandcrcr
Thc DrcamofthcRood
Riddlcs
Beowulf
The Wanderer
The Dream of the Rood
Riddłes
Cuckoo
Horn
Plough

THE MIDDLE ENGLISH PERIOD

Charactcristics ofMiddle English Literaturę
Allegory
The risc of English drama
Thc great poets of the period
Sir Gawain and the Green Knight
The Pearl
Everyman

WILLIAM LANGLAND
The Vision of Piers Plowman

SIR THOMAS MALORY
Morte Darthur
[Thc Birth of Arthur and the Sword in the Stone]
[The Dealof Arthur]

GEOFFREY CHAUCER
The Canterbury Tales
Thc General Prologue
The Pardoner's Tale
The Nuns Priest's Tale2

MIDDLE ENGLISH LYRICS AND BALLADS

Cuckoo Song
A Sacred Lullaby
Separated Lovers
Western Wind
He Is Far
I Sing of a Maiden
Adam Lay Ybounden
The Carpenter's Wife
The Wife of Usher's Well
The Unquiet Grave
Lord Randal
The Three Ravens

THE RENAISSANCE

Renaissance Literature l: The Elizabethan Period
Renaissance Literature II: The Agę of Donnę, Jonsonand Milion
Elizabethan and Jacobcan Drama

SIR THOMAS WYATT
I Find No Peace
My Galley Charged with Forgetfulness
Farewell, Love
The Long Love That in My Thought Doth Harbour
Blame Not My Lute
My Lute, Awake!
Whoso List To Hunt
They Flee from Me

HENRY HOWARD. EARL OF SURREY
Alas, So Ali Things Now Do Hold Their Peace
Virgil's Aeneid
Love That Doth Reign and Live Within My Thought

SIR PHILIP SIDNEY
Astrophel and Stella
I (‘Loving in truth, and fain in verse my love to show)
II (Not at the first sight, nor with a dribbed shot’)
Defence of Poesie

EDMUND SPENSER
The First Booke of The Faerie Queene
Amoretti
I(‘Happy ye leaves when as those lilly hands)
XV (Ye tradefull Merchants, that with weary toyle')
XVI ('One day as I unwarily did gaze')
LI V ('Of this worlds Theatre in which we stay')
LX III (' Aftcr long stormes and tempests sad assay')
LXIV (‘Comming to kisse her lyps, (such grace l found)')
LXXV ('One day I wrote her name upon the strand') 151

CHRISTOPHER MARLOWE
The Passionate Shepherd to His Love

SIR WALTER RALEGH
A Description of Love
Answer to Marlowe
On the Life of Man

MICHAEL DRAYTON
Idea
VII ('How many paltry, foolish, painted things')
VIII ('There's nothing grieves mc but that age should haste')
LVI ('Since there’s no help, come let us kiss and part')

WILLIAM SHAKESPEARE
The Sonnets
XlI ('When I do count the clock that tells the time')
XVIII ('Shall I compare the to a summer’s day?')
XIX('Devouring Time, blunt thou the lion's paws')
XX (' A woman's face with nature 's own hand painted')
XXIX (' When, in disgrace with Fortune and men's eyes')
XXX ('When to the scissions of sweet silent thought')
XXXIII ('Full many a glorious morning have I seen')
LIII ("What is your substance, where of are you made')
LV('Not marble, nor the gilded monuments’)
LXIV ('When I have seen by Time's fell hand defaced')
LXVI ("Tired with all these for restful death I cry')
LXXIII (' That time of year thou mayst in me behold')
LXXXVI (‘Was it the proud full sail of his great verse')
LXXXVII ('Farewell - thou art too dear for my possessing')
XCIV ('They that have power to hurt and will do none")
XCVII ("How like a winter hath my absence been')
CVl('Whcn in thc chronicle of wasted time')
CVII ('Not mine own fears, nor the prophetic soul")
CX VI ('Let me not to the marriage of true minds')
CXX1 ("Tis better to be wile than vile esteemed)
CXX1X (The expense of spirit in a waste of shame)
CXXX('My mistress’ eyes are nothing like the sun
CXXXV ('Whocvcr hath hcr wish, thou hast the Will)
CXXXV111 ('When my love swears that she is made of truth)
CXLIV('Two loves I have, of comfort and despair')
CXLV1 ('Poor soul, the center of my sinful earth')

Songs from the Plays
Tell Me Where Is Fancy Bred?
Dirge 168
Dialogue in Praise of the Owl and Cuckoo
Who is Silvia?
Take. O Take Those Lips Away
O Mistress Mine
When That I Was and a Little Tiny Boy
Under thc Greenwood Tree
Blow, Blow, Thou Wintcr Wind
Autołycus'Song
Aulolycus as Peddler

Macbeth
ACT I
ACT II
ACT III
ACT IV
ACT V

FRANCIS BACON
Essays or Counsels, Civil and Morał
Of Truth
Of Death
Of Love
Of Studies

JOHN DONNE
The Good Morrow
The Sun Rising
A Yalediction: Forbidding Mouming
The Hoły Sonnets
VI ('Death bc not proud, though some have called thee')
X (‘Batter my heart three-personed God; for you')
XIX ('Oh, to vex me, contrarics mcct in one')

GEORGE HERBERT
The Pearl
The Church-Floor
Aaron
Sonnet
The Pulley
The Collar

BENJONSON
Song: To Celia
On My First Son
Song: To Celia
Epitaph on S. P. a Child of Queen Elizabeth's Chapel
To William Roe
Inviting a Friend to Supper
Slow, Slow Fresh Fount

ROBERT HERRICK
The Argument ofHis Book
To the Yirgins, To Make Much of Time
Corinna's Going A-Maying
The Night-Piece, To Julia

SIR JOHN SUCKLING
Why So Pale and Wan, Fond Lover?

RICHARD LOVELACE
The Snail

JOHN MILTON
L'Allegro
II Penseroso
Paradise Lost

JOHN BUNYAN
The Pilgrim's Progress
From This World to That Which is To Come

THE RESTORATION AND THE 18TH CENTURY

Thc Restoration
The Augustan Age
The Age of Sensibility

SAMUEL PEPYS
The Diary

JOHN DRYDEN
Absalom and Achitophel
Alexander's Feast

JONATHAN SWIFT
Gulliver's Travels
Chapter Six
Chapter Seven
Chapter Eight

JOSEPH ADDISON AND SIR RICHARD STEELE
The Periodical Essay: Ideas Addison: [The Aims of the Spectator]
Addison: [Wit: True, False, Mixed]
The Periodical Essays: Manners
Steele: [Dueling]

ALEXANDER POPE
An Essay on Criticism
The Rape of the Lock
An Essay on Man

SAMUEL JOHNSON
The Preface to Shakespeare

THOMAS GRAY
Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard

WILLIAM COLLINS
Ode to Evening

ROBERT BURNS
A Red, Red Rose
Auld Lang Syne

THE ROMANTIC PERIOD

The First Generation of the Romantics
Thc Second Generation of the Romantics

WILLIAM WORDSWORTH
Lucy Gray
Strange Fits of Passion Have I Known
She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways
Composed upon Westminster Bridge
London, 1802
Lines Composed a Few Miles Above Tintern Abbey
The Daffodils
We Are Seven
Preface to Lyrical Ballads

SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE
The Rime of the Ancient Mariner
Kubla Khan
Frost at Midnight

WILLIAM BLAKE
The Lamb
The Tyger
The Chimney Sweeper
Holy Thursday

GEORGE GORDON, LORD BYRON
She Walks in Beauty
Childe Harold's Pilgrimage
From Canto I
From Canto III
From Canto IV

PERCY BYSSHE SHELLEY
Ode to the West Wind
The Cloud Lines Written in the Bay of Lerici

JOHN KEATS
On First Looking into Chapman's Homer
La Belle Dame sans Merci: A Ballad
Ode to a Nightingale
Ode on a Grecian Urn

THE VICTORIAN PERIOD

Poetry in the Early and Mid-Victorian Period
Late Victorianism

ALFRED, LORD TENNYSON
The Lady of Shalott
Ulysses
In Memoriam A.H.H.
Crossing the Bar

ROBERT BROWNING
My Last Duchess Prospice

MATTHEW ARNOLD
Dover Beach

EDWARD FITZGERALD
The Rubaiyat ofOmar Khayyam

DANTE GABRIEL ROSSETTI
The Woodspurge
The House of Life
The Blessed Damozel

CHRISTINA ROSSETTI
Monna Innominata
I ('Come back to me, who wait and watch for you')
II(' I wish I could remember that first day’)
XI ('Many in aftertimes will say of you ')
After Death

GERALD MANLEY HOPKINS
God's Grandeur
Pied Beauty
Spring and Fall

JOSEPH CONRAD
Heart of Darkness

INDEX

 

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