„der letzte Waldsänger“
Die schlesischen Weber
Die Protagonisten dieses
Gedichts sind die Weber; sie sind verbittert, sie weben ein
Leichentuch fur ein Land conservativ und [...]
MANLEY HOPKINS (1844-1889)
He was born at Startford (Essex), the
eldest son of nine children. He study to Highgate
School and then to Oxford. He was received into the Catholic
Church in 1866 and then he entered the Jesuit Orde [...]
ITALIANO REGIONALE TOSCANO E ROMANO.
Toscano e romanesco costituiscono caso di italiano regionale precoce.
Fino al 15 secolo il dialetto di Roma non era diverso dai dialetti
centro meridionali del Lazio e della Campania. Il mutamento linguisti [...]
– Thank you.
– Hall, come over here please.
– Come on. Have a good send-off?
– Yes sir, thank you sir. Mr Abrahams gave me a picture “The light of the
world”, fellows ha [...]
Rupert Brooke 1887 - 1915
Brooke, born in a high-class family, was educated at Rugby school and then at
King’s College, Cambridge.
He became Officer in the Royal Navy and then wrote the ‘war sonnets’ that made
his fame: The Sold [...]
It’s spring and thirty people, including
Chaucer himself, all from different social classes, are going on a pilgrimage
to Thomas Becket’s shrine. They gather at the Tabard
Inn in London.The host [...]
Life: he was born in Dublin in 1882. The writers he admired more
were Dante, considered his "spiritual food", D'Annunzio and Ibsen.
The interest in Euripean literatures led him to begin to think himself as an European r [...]
I VERBI CON PREPOSIZIONE
an + accusativo
auf + accusativ [...]
German dictator, founder and leader of NATIONAL SOCIALISM, or Nazism; b.
Austria. In World War I he served in the Bavarian army, was gassed and wounded,
and received the Iron Cross (first class) for bravery. The wa [...]
MOLIERE ET L'ART DE LA COMEDIE
Au XVII siècle,
le genre théâtral est très developpé.
BUT DE LA
LITTEARATURE: analyser l'âme humaine pour mieux se connaître, et par consequent, mieux connaître les autres. On peut eviter les i [...]
John Donne, una delle più importanti
personalità dell'età barocca inglese, nasce a Londra nel 1572.
Appartenendo ad una famiglia cattolica, viene educato agli ideali cristiani, in
particolar modo dei Gesuiti. [...]
Termine con il quale era definita la Gran Bretagna prima dell'invasione delle
popolazioni germaniche nel V e VI secolo d.C. Furono i romani a chiamare questi
Fattoria dell’Età del F [...]
wrote at the beginning of the 20’s, but he is not a modernist.
rejected all human conventions and everything which limited the expression of
deep, sincere, human feelings and thoughts; according to him English societ [...]
IL RAPPORTO JOYCE-SVEVO
Nella Trieste dei primi anni del novecento
si poteva incontrare un singolare insegnante di Inglese presso la Berlitz
School : James Joyce.
Joyce nasce a Dublino nel 1882 e, pur essendo
irlandese, compone le sue op [...]
ROBINSON CRUSOE by Daniel Defoe
PLOT: Robinson Crusoe was born in the city of York, where he was
educated. His father wanted him to become a lawyer, but his only desire was to
go to sea. When he was nineteen he left home without asking permi [...]
MEAT AND MEAT PRODUCTS -
The word meat indicates the edible
muscle of animals, particularly of mammals and birds. There are many species of
animals that supply meat for human consumption: cattle, sheep, pigs, chickens,
Elizabeth Barrett Browning
1806 – 1861
Elizabeth Barrett was born near Durham to a wealthy merchant family that had
made its fortunes in slave trade. For a girl of her time she was unusually
educated, learning Greek and Latin. She was a goo [...]
The Brontë Sisters
Emily and Anne Brontë were the third, fifth and sixth of the six children of an
Anglican Priest of Irish descent. The landscape in which the children lived, a
small village in the Yorkshire moors,
influenced t [...]
JOHN DONNE (1572 – 1631)
John Donne was born in 1572, son of a prosperous London
merchant. He lived in an age of transition: new science, religious conflicts.
His early education was Catholic and, although he came to reject it (especially
Joyce was an Irishman of a
very large middle-class Catholic family, the Jesuits being responsible for his
education. Joyce’s schooldays under the Jesuits provide much of the material
for the earlier chapters [...]