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The Aztec belief in Quetzalcoatl's return to reestablish his reign on earth informs the story, which ends in ritual human sacrifice and Kate's decision to remain, in thrall, with Cipriano. It has often been claimed that Lawrence, to the relief of many readers, repudiated the hero worship and authoritarianism of The Plumed Serpent in a letter of 1928: "On the whole I agree… the leader-cum-folower relationship is a bore." But subsequent letters make it clear that he retained an allegiance to Quetzalcoatl and his high priests-"Yes, I am all for Lucifer, who is really the Morning Star"-to the end of his life. Today the novels of D. H. Lawrence occupy a more tenuous position in the canon of English literature than they did a generation ago. But his work prompted sharply divided critical judgment from the beginning. Sons and Lovers made Lawrence's early reputation, but it is also his most conventionally realistic novel. Though many saw The Rainbow, Women in Love, and Lady Chatterley's Lover as important, even revolutionary books, the first was confiscated on publication for obscenity, the second found no publisher willing to take it for several years and suffered from the threat of libel, and the third was treated as pornography ...
|Indian English Literature|
It is also associated with the works of members of the Indian diaspora, such as writer Salman Rushdie, who was born in India.
|A Critical Gaze North-East Indian English Poetry. Voices From The Hills:|
North-East Indian English Poetry:
|English Literature. The Best Pages|
Книга адресована учителям, учащимся, а так же широкому кругу лиц, изучающих английский язык самостоятельно.
|Lectures on English Literature 5th-20th centuries (Лекции по английской литературе V-XX вв.): Учебное пособие для учащихся английских школ и студентов вузов - 304 с. ISBN 5-89815-173-7 ~93.08.20 142|
|English literature (Английская литература): Учебное пособие по обучению чтению на английском языке (сост. Гапонова С.В.) ISBN 966-7293-05-Х|
|The Oxford Companion to English Literature|
The text was written by a team of more than 140 contributors under Margaret Drabble' s editorial direction, including Brian Aldiss, Lisa Appignanesi, Jonathan Coe, Penelope Fitzgerald, Roy Porter, and Salman Rushdie. In addition to the extensive coverage of writers, works, literary theory, allusions, and characters, there are sixteen featured entries on key topics including black British literature, fantasy fiction, and modernism. The Companion remains an unrivalled work that places English literature in its widest context: no other book offers such extensive exploration of the classical roots of English literature, and the European and non-European works and writers that have influenced its development. The sixth edition is now being reissued to ensure that it remains absolutely up to date: the invaluable appendices - the chronology, and lists of winners of major literary awards - have been updated, as have many of the entries. Informed by the latest scholarly thinking, and comprehensively cross-referenced to guide the reader to topics of related interest, the Companion retains its position as the best guide to English literature available. The sixth edition, published in 2000, was extensively revised, expanded, and updated. The first edition of The Oxford Companion to English Literature , edited by Sir Paul Harvey, was published in 1932, and quickly established itself as as the standard source of reference for scholars, students, and general readers alike. - The acclaimed sixth edition of the classic guide brought right up to date - Includes topics such as the literature of science, censorship, Anglo-Indian literature, gay and lesbian literature, New Criticism - Over 140 contributors, including Lisa Appignanesi, Gillian Avery, Chris Baldick, Kate Clanchy, Jonathan Coe, Penelope Fitzgerald, Margaret Forster, John Gribbin, Richard Holmes, Michael Holroyd, Sheridan Morley, Roy Porter, Salman Rushdie, Ned Sherrin, Hilary Spurling, David Stafford, John Sutherland - Wide-ranging coverage of writers, works, historical context, literary theory, allusions, and characters - Encompasses recent writers, ideas, and scholarship - Detailed chronology shows key literary works and events of the last thousand years in historical context - Lists of poets laureate and literary prize winners from inception to the present day New to this edition - Chronology and lists of prize winners, and many entries, updated; new jacket. Almost 600 new entries covered new writers, genres, and issues, and existing entries were reworked to incorporate the latest scholarship. In 1985, under the editorship of Margaret Drabble, the text was thoroughly and sensitively revised to bring it up to date without losing its essential character, or the lightness of touch that made it such a pleasure to dip into.
|Oxford Concise Companion To English Literature|
|The Short Oxford History Of English Literature|
|Outline of English Literature|
|Oxford Concise Companion to English Literature|
Written originally by a team of more than 140 distinguished contributors working under prizewinning author Margaret Drabble' s editorial direction, and extensively updated and expanded for this new edition, this book provides essential reference for English students, teachers, and all other readers of literature in English. Discursive feature entries supply a wealth of information about important genres in literature. There is also a new timeline, chronicling the development of literature from its origins up to the present day. Over 5,500 entries give unrivalled coverage of writers, works, historical context, literary theory, allusions, characters, and plot summaries. The appendices listing literary prize-winners, including the Nobel, Man Booker, and Pulitzer prizes, have all been updated. It now includes expanded coverage of world authors including notable authors in translation, coverage of new authors and titles, and new feature entries on short stories and metre. Based on the best-selling Oxford Companion to English Literature, this is an indispensable, compact guide to all aspects of English literature. For the 3rd edition, the dictionary has been fully revised and updated.
|The Oxford Illustrated History of English Literature|
|A History of English Literature|
|Mastering English literature|
|English Literature During The Lifetime Of Shakespeare|
|Chivalry In English Literature: Chaucer, Malory, Spenser And Shakespeare|
|An Introduction To English Literature (1907)|
|Social Studies In English Literature (1916)|
|A Short History Of English Literature|
|A Short History of Modern English Literature|
See other titles by this author available from Kessinger Publishing. 1900. Gosse’s desire in writing this volume was to give the reader a feeling of the evolution of English literature in the primary sense of the term, the disentanglement of the skein, the slow and regular unwinding, down succeeding generations, of the threads of literary expression. Contents: The Age of Chaucer; The Close of the Middle Ages; The Age of Elizabeth; The Decline; The Age of Dryden; The Age of Anne; The Age of Johnson; The Age of Wordsworth; The Age of Byron; The Early Victorian Age; and The Age of Tennyson.
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