By George Santayana
By George Santayana
By Patrice Poujade,Oscar Jané
Ce livre, résultat d'une collaboration entre universités des deux versants des Pyrénées, voudrait être un lieu de discussion entre chercheurs venus d'horizons géographiques et disciplinaires différents qu'ils soient historiens, philologues ou encore historiens du droit. C'est là une caractéristique principale de ce travail dont les views sont importantes. De prestigieux spécialistes y participent, apportant, chacun, sa manière d'aborder ces textes. Au-delà des coïncidences ou des divergences dans l. a. définition terminologique, même dans les facets les plus conceptuels qui sont débattus, il y a par dessus tout une volonté de créer un cadre commun de recherche. Écrit dans plusieurs langues, ce livre offre, d'une half, un regard, nouveau et pluriel, sur une resource écrite à l. a. première personne, subjective et complémentaire de « l'histoire officiele », et d'autre half los angeles mise en avant de problématiques transversales comme le sont, par exemple, l'étude de l. a. langue ou l'approche anthropologique.
By Richard McLauchlan
R. S. Thomas is known globally as one of many significant poets of the 20th century. Such special recognition as has been paid to the non secular dimensions of his paintings has, even if, principally constrained itself to such concerns as his obsession with the ‘absent God’, his appalled fascination with the combined cruelty and beauty of a divinely created global, his curiosity within the world-view of the ‘new physics’, and his more and more heterodox stance on religious concerns. What has been principally overlooked is his significant indebtedness to key beneficial properties of the ‘classic’ Christian culture. This e-book concentrates on one strong and compelling instance of this, examining Thomas’s nice physique of spiritual paintings within the mild of the 3 days that shape the centre of the Gospel narrative; the times which inform of the dying, entombment and resurrection of Christ.
By Stephen Bernard,Rebecca Bullard,John McTague
Nicholas Rowe used to be the 1st Poet Laureate of the Georgian period. a desirable and significant but principally neglected determine in eighteenth-century literature, he's the ‘lost Augustan’. His performs are vital either for how they tackle the political and social issues of the day and for reflecting a interval within which the theatre was once in concern. This version units out to illustrate Rowe’s mastery of the early eighteenth century theatre, specifically his delivering major roles for girls, and examines the political and ancient stances of his performs. It additionally highlights his paintings as a translator, which used to be either cutting edge and deeply in music with present practices as exemplified by way of John Dryden and Alexander Pope. this can be the 1st scholarly version of all Rowe’s performs and poems and is observed by way of 15 musical rankings and 31 black and white illustrations.
In this first quantity, a common advent via Stephen Bernard and Michael Caines introduces Rowe's works and the 5 volumes that include this set. It then presents the early performs, The bold Step-Mother, Tamerlane, and The reasonable Penitent along with a newly written explanatory advent via Rebecca Bullard and John McTague which precedes the total edited textual content. Appendices protecting dedications functionality background, the similar song and textual equipment also are included. A consolidated bibliography is integrated with the ultimate volume for ease of reference.
By Stephen Knight
By Robert Eaglestone
Doing English provides the tips and debates that form how we ‘do’ English this day, explaining arguments in regards to the price of literature, the canon, Shakespeare, concept, politics and the topic itself.
In his lucid and interesting sort, Robert Eaglestone:
This well known and vintage advisor has been totally up to date all through to take account of modern study, academic alterations and present occasions, and it now incorporates a bankruptcy known as ‘Why research English?’ – exhibiting how and why the talents taught by means of English are transferable to a number of careers. This immensely readable e-book is the fitting advent to learning English Literature.
By Daniel M. Gross
Science and the arts in general supply diversified paradigms for considering emotion—the first rooted in mind and biology, the second one in a social international. With rhetoric as a box advisor, Uncomfortable Situations establishes common ground between those paradigms, concentrating on a idea of positioned emotion. Daniel M. Gross anchors the argument in Charles Darwin, whose paintings on emotion has been misunderstood around the disciplines as it has been shoehorned into the perceived science-humanities divide. Then Gross turns to sentimental literature because the unmarried top area for learning emotional events. There’s misplaced composure (Sterne), bearing up (Equiano), environmental hostility (Radcliffe), and feeling combined (Austen). Rounding out the e-book, an epilogue written with ecological neuroscientist Stephanie Preston presents a unique type of cross-disciplinary collaboration. Uncomfortable Situations is a conciliatory paintings throughout technology and the humanities—a groundbreaking version for destiny studies.
By Andrei Sinyavsky,Josh Billings
By Hannah Thompson
This ebook argues that the main attention-grabbing depictions of blindness in French fiction are these which name into query and finally undermine the triumphing myths and stereotypes of blindness which dominate Western notion. instead of seeing blindness as an ailment, a tragedy or perhaps a destiny worse than dying, the authors tested during this research rejoice blindness for its personal sake. For them it's a robust inventive and inventive strength which bargains new and incredible methods of describing, and with regards to, fact. Canonical and lesser-known novels from a number genres, together with the roman noir, technology fiction, auto-fiction and realism are analyzed intimately to teach how the presence of blind characters invitations the reader to desert his or her conventional reliance on the experience of sight and interact with the area in sensual, and hitherto unforeseen, methods. This booklet demanding situations every thing we inspiration we knew approximately blindness and invitations us to experience the pleasures and perils of studying blind.
By Raphael Zähringer
This ebook examines dystopian fiction’s contemporary paradigm shift in the direction of city dystopias. It hyperlinks the dystopian culture with the literary heritage of the radical, spatio-philosophical techniques opposed to the backdrop of the spatial turn, and systems-theory. 5 dystopian novels are mentioned in nice element: China Miéville’s Perdido road Station (2000) and The urban & The City (2009), City of Bohane (2011) by means of Kevin Barry, John Berger’s Lilac and Flag (1992), and Divided Kingdom (2005) through Rupert Thomson. The e-book comprises chapters at the literary historical past of the dystopian culture, the referential interaction of maps and literature, city areas in literature, borders and transgressions, and on systems-theory as a device for charting dystopian fiction. the result's an in depth review of ways dystopian fiction continuously adapts to – and displays on – the particular international.