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SONNET COMPOSED UPON WEBMINSTER BRIDGE

SONNET COMPOSED UPON WEBMINSTER BRIDGE à check list  About content: 1)      the poet is speaking with his own voice 2)      there is not a particular addressee 3)  &n [...]


THE SENTENCE

THE SENTENCE 1.      L’ordine della frase Il soggetto va posto prima del verbo, il complemento oggetto dopo. Gli avverbi sono utilizzati prima del verbo o dopo il complemento oggetto; ma nel caso del  riferime [...]


1895 and Lumiere Brothers’ first films

1895 and Lumiere Brothers’ first films     At No 14 of Boulevard des Capucines, into the basement of the Grand Cafe, between the walls of a room called “Indian Salon”, a small crowd of guests experiences the general pro [...]


ROMEO & JULIET

ROMEO & JULIET I'm going to talk about "Romeo and Juliet", a play written in 1595 - 1596 by William Shakespeare. The play takes place in Verona, in "fair Verona", to use Shakespeare's words. Well, in Veron [...]


NETWORKS

NETWORKS     In the last years the number of computers is very increased; this fact is the result of people’s desire to be connected between each other. The growth of connectivity would make the whole world closer to the users than [...]


THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION

THE INDUSTRIAL REVOLUTION The term “Industrial Revolution” was first used in the 1820s by some French publicists and became a common expression after 1884 when a book appeared with that title. The main characteristic of the Industrial Re [...]


THE ENGLISH ROMANTIC PERIOD

THE ENGLISH ROMANTIC PERIOD During the reign of George III, there was a long war against Napoleon to save the independence of Britain and the freedom of various states in Europe. Napoleon tried a commercial blockade, cutting off British trade w [...]


OSCAR WILDE (1854/1900)

OSCAR WILDE (1854/1900) He attended trinity college then he went to oxford where he distinguished him self for his eccentricity. After graduating he settled in London where he soon became a fashionable figure of Dandy for his wht and hi [...]


John Keats

John Keats Beauty: the central theme of his poetry The contemplation of beauty is the central theme of Keats’ poetry. But it is his disinterested love for it that created a difference from the other Romantic writers and makes him the [...]


JANE AUSTEN

JANE AUSTEN Jane Austen, one of the major novelists in English literature, was born in 1775. Chronologically she belongs to the Romantic Period, but her realism and balance in construction place her in line with the tradition of the 18th centur [...]


THE ROMANTIC AGE

THE ROMANTIC AGE THE HISTORICAL GROUND: the Age of Revolutions During the Augustan Age British society attained a high level of political and social stability. The American Declaration of Independence from Brithish rule of 1776 [...]


FUNERAL BLUES From “Another time”, by W.H. Auden

FUNERAL BLUES From “Another time”, by W.H. Auden COMPREHENSION This poem is an appeal of a person who lost his love, because of the death of his friend.   The title of the poem is “Funeral Blues”. The author uses this two words to c [...]


CHARACTERS

CHARACTERS Mr Bennet: father of Eliza ed Jane. A mixture of cleverness, sharp, humour, silence and unexpected changes of mind. Mrs Bennet: she has the unique aim: to find an husband for one of her five daughters. A foolish woman. Her ple [...]


Jonathan Swift

Jonathan Swift à He was born in Ireland in 1667 of English parents. He became a priest and left Dublin for England to reside in the household of Sir William Temple and he tried a career in politics, but it wasn't very positive. His ecclesi [...]


ROMANTIC POETRY - WILLIAM BLAKE, WILLIAM WORDSWORTH, SAMUEL TAYLOR COLERIDGE, JANE AUSTEN

ROMANTIC POETRY During the Romantic period, poetry became one of the most vital forms of literary expression. The poetry of Romanticism signalled a profound change in sensibility. Politically speaking, it was influenced by the revolutions w [...]


Christopher Marlowe (1564 – 1593)

Christopher  Marlowe  (1564 – 1593) Christopher Marlowe is considered the precursor of Shakespeare. He was born at Canterbury in 1564, the same year of Shakespeare’s birth. His father was a shoemaker but he studied at Canterbury and at [...]


The Romantic age ( or revival )

The Romantic age ( or revival ) The French Revolution In 1789 French Revolution broke out, because the people couldn’t stand the heavy taxation no more. So they rose against the king ( Louis XVI ) and the queen ( Antoinette ). The Basti [...]


COMPARISON BETWEEN ABBOTT,DICKENS,BRONTE AND HARDY

COMPARISON BETWEEN ABBOTT,DICKENS,BRONTE AND HARDY   ·        VISION OF WOMEN : ²     Abbott : In his book “Flatland” women are the lower class and they’re represented as l [...]


Protestantism

Protestantism Protestantism (from "protestors") is one of three main groups of Christianity, typically referring to European churches that separated from the Roman Catholic Church during the Renaissance-era Protestant Reformation. A co [...]


FROM EDWARD VII TO WORLD WAR I (1901-1914)

FROM EDWARD VII TO WORLD WAR I (1901-1914) The death of Queen Victorian, seemed to make the end of an era, even if what was typical Victorian faded away and gradually. When EDWARD VII became king in 1906, he introduce an important changes i [...]



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