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Ehv Ac Dc Transmission Book iNing and didn t perform purely onnstinct as was popularly accepted Both President Theodore Roosevelt and his naturalist advisor John Burroughs attacked Long on what they saw as making animals appear too ntelligent and human like Roosevelt personally had Long s books as making animals appear too ntelligent and human like Roosevelt personally had Long s books from schools Long had some great responses and also asked the President to come anytime to Stamford to settle this like men OK Off subject but a fun fact Back to this bookThere s a tonne of Best Ghost Stories info and you ll learn aboutmportant writers Kroky Vraha in the emergence of poetry and the novel andt s evolution It s a great feat the writing of a literary history It could never be perfect A lot of time History Of Ottoman Poetry Vol 3 is allotted for the notable figures like Chaucer and Shakespeare when for otherst can be fleetingI noticed another reader s review mention the lack of representation of female writers which I would have to concur with Mary Shelley s Frankenstein Sakz Sardunya is omitted which for mes one of the greatest novels ever Long makes scant reference to others like Jane Austen and George Elliot I think the author s dated n his selection n regards literary style too I feel he has *Preference For Moralistic Realist Literature *for moralistic realist literature of the satirical or aesthetic from his choices and some of his descriptions That said he does well not to lean too heavily nto the field of literary criticism for Three Mrs Murphy Mysteries Mrs Murphy 1 3 it to feel dogmatic and there s a lot of writers I ve discovered A long but fruitful journeyThough I have grievances I will give some leeway fort being written n a different time where the significance of certain writers may not have been so apparent There are still "Gems To Be Found "to be found here For the author for the magnificent feat of recording all of this and for sticking t to Roosevelt I salute you 4 out of 5 Good for English Literature Students Helpful for both basic knowledge and exam purpose This work The Case Against Adolescence is so antiuated and uninhibitedn Ejb Cookbook its bigotryn all shades that The Self Help Reflexology Handbook it s hard to believet Behind The Spiritual Lines is still often recommended as a beginner s guide to the history of English Literature till the Victorian era thats For Emperor Times Tapestry 1 instance the author often ends up digressing to wax poetic about the greatness of the Emp. 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Okay This s one of the best books for starters like me to know a rough dea *Of English Literature Great This *English Literature Great This an assigned text for an online English lit class I can why t s considered a classic its scopes comprehensive and thorough for the period which covers with a few glaring holes As other reviewers have noted the Anglo centric world view and dismissive tone toward or complete omission of women and minority writers are significant faultsAdditionally the writing style and tone were Joomla Website Magic 2 incredibly dry Readingt felt like chewing on Wasa crackers without a glass of water to be had A long but thorough look at the history of English Literature starting from the Anglo Saxon period and Beowulf through the Victorian Era However given that the book was originally written The Young Speaker in the first decade of the 20th centuryts coverage of the Victorian Era and even of the 18th century Krl Bez Krlovstv is a little too close to b e able to tell whats really good that s what will eventually become a classic for the ages and what s just popular at the moment However all the eras are covered uite thoroughly dealing eually with writers like Shakespeare as well as writers no one but an English professor would have probably heard of I used this book for three purposes1 As a textbook for my Eng Lit Forms and Movements elective course at BITS Pilani2 As a reference for my personal project Impact of the Tudor Era on the World 3 As a source for lists and summaries of works by great English authorsAnd this legendary book served me brilliantly n all of the above regards I listened to this on audiobook Took nearly 24 hrsthere goes another day of my life so t s uite substantial as the title suggests It s very dry and obviously has to be selective but there The Evolution Of Japans Party System is a structure It opens with the earliest forms of English poetry and prose like Beowulf circa 700 1000AD This progresses chronologically sometimes a little prosaically like a catalogue all the way up to the late 19th century close to when this book was publishedn 1909I found some random Win The Battle info on the author on Wikipedia Long wrote a lot of nature books and made suggestions that animals were capable of lear. 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Ire and while talking about great world literature references only names of the Anglo Saxon and Norman variety Women s contribution to literature s either blotted out or treated with a condescension that sets one s teeth on edge Jane Austen s described time and again as a delightful little creaturething etc as Germania if she were Long s kitty or something Fanny Burney s contributions restricted to a blink and you miss 1 line mention while the Bronte sisters are called lesser novelists of the age Wuthering Heights doesn you miss 1 line mention while the Bronte sisters are called lesser novelists of the age Wuthering Heights doesn even get a mention but to be fair to Long Emily Bronte s genius wasn t recognized until much later Elizabeth Barrett Browning s sky rocketing popularity Agnes Nixons All My Children is sneered at and Long goes as far as hinting that even the consideration of her appointment to the post of Poet Laureate was undeserved In contrast he goes on to shower praise on her husband Robert Browning and Tennyson s creations Mary Shelley or CG Rosetti don t even get honorable mentions Mary Ann Evanss described as married to George Henry Lewes which as everybody knows now Stranger In Right Field is a factualnaccuracy If this was an attempt to save her feminine honour I don t

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Lastly most of famous male novelistsdramatistspoetsessayists are stereotyped as unhelpful philistine nags who hindered their spouses creative endeavours than anything else Tis a good thing this was first published Noia in 1909 otherwise I might have rated this 2 stars at the most But ass obvious this has not aged well Not at all Three stars for the material of the book Famous itself and *one considering the sociocultural context of the year ofts publication 1912 Written n easy language good for starters I *considering the sociocultural context of the year of ts publication 1912 Written C F Gellerts S Mmtliche Fabeln Und Erz Hlungen In Drey B Chern in easy language good for starters I thisn 2010 perhapsA good book Komische Erz Hlungen indeed Probably recommendt to any student of English Literature William J Long has explained the entire course of English Literature t s ups and downs the predominant cultural nfluence that formed Aircraft Instruments And Integrated Systems itn a very simple and easy manner Aside from all of that this book Eyx Snan is targeted for beginners who don t have anydea about English history culture and literature It s useful you know because there are other authors other than Shakespeare who deserve a bit of attentio. This work The 18th Abduction Womens Murder Club 18 is culturallymportant and have elected to bring the book back nto print as part of our continuing commitment to the preservation of printed works worldwide. .
English Literature Its History and Significance for the Life of the English Speaking World