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A history of English literature : The Middle Ages and the Renascence (650-1660), by Emile Legouis ; translated from the French by Helen Douglas Irvine; Modern times (1660-1963) by Louis Cazamian and Raymond Las Vergnas (Book 8)

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A history of English literature : The Middle Ages and the Renascence (650-1660)
Title
A history of English literature
Title remainder
The Middle Ages and the Renascence (650-1660)
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by Emile Legouis ; translated from the French by Helen Douglas Irvine; Modern times (1660-1963) by Louis Cazamian and Raymond Las Vergnas (Book 8)
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Language
  • eng
  • fre
  • eng
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1861-1937
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Legouis, Emile
Dewey number
820.9
Index
index present
LC call number
PR93
LC item number
.L43 1964
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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  • 1877-1965
  • 1902-
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  • Cazamian, Louis François
  • Las Vergnas, Raymond
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  • English literature
  • English literature
  • English literature
  • Renaissance
  • English literature
  • English literature
  • English literature
  • Renaissance
  • England
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A history of English literature : The Middle Ages and the Renascence (650-1660), by Emile Legouis ; translated from the French by Helen Douglas Irvine; Modern times (1660-1963) by Louis Cazamian and Raymond Las Vergnas (Book 8)
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Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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volume
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nc
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rdacarrier
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text
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txt
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rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface / Anthony Quiller-Couch -- General introduction -- Introduction [to] Part I: the Middle Ages and the Renascence (650-1660) -- Introduction [to] Part II: Modern times (1660-1963) -- Part I -- Book I: Origins (650-1350) -- Anglo-Saxon literature (650-1066) -- From the Norman Conquest to Chaucer (1066-1350) -- Book II: The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries (1350-1516) -- The fourteenth century (1350-1400): round about Chaucer -- Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400) -- The fifteenth century: from the death of Chaucer to the Renascence (1400-1516) -- Book III: The preparation for the Renascence (1516-78) -- The part of the humanists -- The Reformation and the religious controversies from 1525 to 1578 -- Poetry: Italianism, Wyatt and Surrey; Sackville and "The Mirror for Magistrates"; Gascoigne -- The theatre from 1520 to 1578 -- Book IV: The flowering of the Renascence (1578-1625) -- General characteristics of the great period -- The pioneers: Lyly, Sidney, and Spenser -- Poetry from 1590 to 1625 -- Prose from 1578 to 1625 -- The drama until Shakespeare, from 1580 to 1592 -- Shakespeare's plays (1590-1616) -- Shakespeare's contemporaries and immediate successors -- Shakespeare's successors: drama under Charles I (1625-42) -- Book V: The end of the Renascence (1625-60) -- Prose from 1625 to 1660 -- Poetry from 1625 to 1660 -- Milton -- Part II -- Book I: Literature of the Restoration (1660-1702) -- Sources and characteristics of the new literature -- Dryden and lyrical poetry -- Satire and the satirical spirit -- The theatre -- Nationalism and Restoration prose -- The dissident writers -- The transition -- Book II: Classicism (1702-40) -- The age of classicism -- The classical school of poetry -- The spirit of controversy -- The literature of the middle classes -- The dawn of sentimentalism in English literature -- Book III: The survival of classicism (1740-70) -- Doctrinal classicism: Johnson -- The poetry of sentiment -- The novel of sentiment -- Realism
  • Political literature -- The theatre -- Rationalism -- Book IV: The pre-romantic period (1770-98) -- The awakening of imagination -- The religious awakening -- The pre-romantic novel -- Rationalism -- The classical temperaments -- The French Revolution and English literature -- Pre-romantic poetry -- Book V: The romantic period (1798-1832) -- The first generation of poets -- The novel -- Intellectualism and political literature -- The second generation of poets -- The semi-romanticists -- Book VI: The search for balance (1832-75) -- The new period: causes and characteristics -- Intellectualism and science -- The idealistic reaction -- The poetry of the Victorian era -- Realism -- Book VII: New divergences (1875-1914) -- The change in literary thought: causes and characteristics -- The revolt against mechanism -- The new romanticism -- The doctrines of action -- Literary individualism -- Book VIII: The twentieth century (1914-63) -- The novel and the short story -- The theatre -- Poetry
Control code
ocm00349032
Dimensions
20 cm.
Edition
  • Rev. ed.
  • Bibliographies by Donald Davie and Pierre Legouis.
Extent
xxiii, 1469 pages
Lccn
64007878
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 51236
  • (OCoLC)00349032
Label
A history of English literature : The Middle Ages and the Renascence (650-1660), by Emile Legouis ; translated from the French by Helen Douglas Irvine; Modern times (1660-1963) by Louis Cazamian and Raymond Las Vergnas (Book 8)
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Preface / Anthony Quiller-Couch -- General introduction -- Introduction [to] Part I: the Middle Ages and the Renascence (650-1660) -- Introduction [to] Part II: Modern times (1660-1963) -- Part I -- Book I: Origins (650-1350) -- Anglo-Saxon literature (650-1066) -- From the Norman Conquest to Chaucer (1066-1350) -- Book II: The fourteenth and fifteenth centuries (1350-1516) -- The fourteenth century (1350-1400): round about Chaucer -- Geoffrey Chaucer (1340?-1400) -- The fifteenth century: from the death of Chaucer to the Renascence (1400-1516) -- Book III: The preparation for the Renascence (1516-78) -- The part of the humanists -- The Reformation and the religious controversies from 1525 to 1578 -- Poetry: Italianism, Wyatt and Surrey; Sackville and "The Mirror for Magistrates"; Gascoigne -- The theatre from 1520 to 1578 -- Book IV: The flowering of the Renascence (1578-1625) -- General characteristics of the great period -- The pioneers: Lyly, Sidney, and Spenser -- Poetry from 1590 to 1625 -- Prose from 1578 to 1625 -- The drama until Shakespeare, from 1580 to 1592 -- Shakespeare's plays (1590-1616) -- Shakespeare's contemporaries and immediate successors -- Shakespeare's successors: drama under Charles I (1625-42) -- Book V: The end of the Renascence (1625-60) -- Prose from 1625 to 1660 -- Poetry from 1625 to 1660 -- Milton -- Part II -- Book I: Literature of the Restoration (1660-1702) -- Sources and characteristics of the new literature -- Dryden and lyrical poetry -- Satire and the satirical spirit -- The theatre -- Nationalism and Restoration prose -- The dissident writers -- The transition -- Book II: Classicism (1702-40) -- The age of classicism -- The classical school of poetry -- The spirit of controversy -- The literature of the middle classes -- The dawn of sentimentalism in English literature -- Book III: The survival of classicism (1740-70) -- Doctrinal classicism: Johnson -- The poetry of sentiment -- The novel of sentiment -- Realism
  • Political literature -- The theatre -- Rationalism -- Book IV: The pre-romantic period (1770-98) -- The awakening of imagination -- The religious awakening -- The pre-romantic novel -- Rationalism -- The classical temperaments -- The French Revolution and English literature -- Pre-romantic poetry -- Book V: The romantic period (1798-1832) -- The first generation of poets -- The novel -- Intellectualism and political literature -- The second generation of poets -- The semi-romanticists -- Book VI: The search for balance (1832-75) -- The new period: causes and characteristics -- Intellectualism and science -- The idealistic reaction -- The poetry of the Victorian era -- Realism -- Book VII: New divergences (1875-1914) -- The change in literary thought: causes and characteristics -- The revolt against mechanism -- The new romanticism -- The doctrines of action -- Literary individualism -- Book VIII: The twentieth century (1914-63) -- The novel and the short story -- The theatre -- Poetry
Control code
ocm00349032
Dimensions
20 cm.
Edition
  • Rev. ed.
  • Bibliographies by Donald Davie and Pierre Legouis.
Extent
xxiii, 1469 pages
Lccn
64007878
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 51236
  • (OCoLC)00349032

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