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Ernest Hemingway-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 28
Wyświetleń: 434

Ernest Hemingway (1899-1962) “The Sun Also Rises” (1926) “A Farewell to Arms” (1929) “Green Hills to Africa” (1935) “To Have and Have not” (1937) “For Whom the Bell Tolls” (1940) “The...

Eugene O'Neil-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 7
Wyświetleń: 462

Eugene O'Neil (1888-1953) - major American play writer “Bound East for Cardiff” - premiered at the theatre on a wharf in Princeton, Massachusetts . -He introduced into American drama the techniques of realism, - In the 1920s - experimenting with stage techniques - he frequently ignored the tradi...

Herman Melville-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 49
Wyświetleń: 371

Herman Melville (1819-1891) Major works: “Typee: A Peep at Polynesian Life” (1846) “Mardi: And A Voyage Thither” (1849) “Moby-Dick”, or “The Whale” (1851) “Pierre”, or “The Ambiguities” (1852) “The Piazza Tales” (1856) “The Limits of Knowledge” “Obsession” “Whiteness” “Queequeg” After yea...

Imagism-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 7
Wyświetleń: 497

Imagism “Les Imagistes” included Ezra Pound, Hilda Doolittle, John Gould Fletcher, Amy Lovell, Richard Aldington. The principles of Imagism were included in the essay “Imagisme” in Poetry (March 1913). A very precise descriptive mode (not lyrical or intellectual). Economy of language (short line...

Naturalism in American literature-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 7
Wyświetleń: 294

Naturalism in American literature The subject matter deals with those raw and unpleasant experiences which reduce characters to `degrading behaviour in their struggle to survive'. The characters come from lower classes - poor, uneducated and unsophi...

The Beat Movement-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 21
Wyświetleń: 315

The Beat Movement Social and literary movement centered in the bohemian artist communities of San Francisco and New York City. Young writers expressed their alienation from conventional society by adopting an almost uniform style of clothes, manne...

The men of The Great Awakening-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 28
Wyświetleń: 322

The men of The Great Awakening: Thomas Paine “Common Sense”, “The Crisis”, “The Age of Reason”, Thomas Jefferson (architect, 3rd Pre...

William Carlos Williams-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 21
Wyświetleń: 469

William Carlos Williams (1883-1963) William's poetry: He used the American idiom and focused on the world available in northern New Jersey. His poetry is deceptively simple, and his verse can often achieve an austerity and surprise that link him to symbolism, imagism, and experimentation with hai...

William Faulkner-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 63
Wyświetleń: 350

William Faulkner Major works: “Soldiers' Pay” (1926) “Sartoris” (1929) “As I Lay Dying” (1930) “Sanctuary” (1931) “The Rose for Emily” “Barn Burning” Faulkner is said to have done for the American South what Hawthorne had done for New England. He had confronted its past, its historical burden,...

American Drama-opracowanie

  • Uniwersytet Rzeszowski
  • dr Elżbieta Maria Rokosz-Piejko
  • Literatura amerykańska
Pobrań: 7
Wyświetleń: 322

American Drama (20th century) A good native drama before 1800 was rare-most of the plays were European. Performances of plays were opposed by local and colonial governments and by certain religious groups. Bankruptcy was a common hazard for theatre managers. Playwrights were constantly subjected...