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Canadian poet and fiction writer. Born in Ceylon Sri Lanka. English dramatist and poet. Dramas based mainly on historical material. A deliberate conventional poem expressing an urban poet's nostalgic image of the peace and simplicity of the life of shepherds and other rural folk in an idealized natural setting.
The term "pastoral" is now also more generally used to describe a mode of writingwhich makes use of typical features of the traditional pastoral. Strictly speaking, the period of the reign of Elizabeth I but often used loosely to referre to the late 16th and early 17th centuties, even after the death of Elizabeth I.
It was a time of rapid development in English commerce, maritime power, and nationalist feeling and a great age of English literature. A fictional story in verse or prose that relates impropable adventures of idealized characters in some remote or enchanted setting; or, more generally, a tendency in fiction opposed to that of realism.
A fictional tale in prose, intermediate in length and complexity between a short-story and a novel, and usually concentratin on a single event or chain od events, with asurprising turning-point.
A work of prose fiction marked by relative shortness and density. The plot may be comic, tragic, romantic, or stiric. The story is presented to us from one of many available points of view, and it may be written in the mode of fantasy, realism, or naturalism.
It develops these elements with careful attention to the known facts and makes the historical events and issues important to the central narrative. Type of novel initiated in Germany which presents the development of a character mostly from childhood to maturity.
This process typically contains conflicts and struggles, which ideally are overcom in the end so that the protagonist can become a valid and valuable member of society.
Emphasises the influence of the social and economic conditions of an era on characters and events, and often it also embodies an implicit or explicit thesis recommending social reform. In this kind of novel the story is set in the medieval period, often in gloomy castles replete with dungeons, subterranean passages and sliding pannels and makes bountyful use of ghosts, mysterious disappearances, and other sensational and supernatural occurences.
In this kind of novel the narrative is conveyed entirely through an exchange of letters. A song, transmitted orally, which tells a story. A lyrical poem consisting of a single stanza of 14 iambic pentameter lines linked by an intricate rhyme scheme.
Two major patterns of rhyme in Sionnets written in the English language: A long lyrical poem that is serious in subject and treatment and that uses an elevated style and an elaborated stanzaic structure.
The literary art of diminishing or derogating a subject by making it rediculous and evoking toward its attitudes of amusement, contempt, scorn, or indignation. It uses laughter as a weapon against a butt that exists outside the world itself. A type of drama which mixes the standard characters, subject matter and the standard plot forms of both tragedy and comedy.
It mingles paeple of high rank and of lower rank, represents a serious action which threatens the protagonist with a tragic disaster, yet, by an abrupt reversal of circumstances, turns out happily.
The term the German playwright Berhold Brecht applied to his plays in the s. By the word "epic". Brecht signified primarily his attempt to emulate on stage the objectivity of the narration in the Homeric epic. Subvert the audience's sympathy with the actots and the actors' identification with their roles in order to encourage the audience to criticise and oppose the social conditions and modes of behaviour represented by the plays.
Strictly speaking the period of the reign of Elizabeth I but often used loosely to refer to the late 16th and early 17th centuries, even after the death of Elizabeth I.
It was a time of rapid development inEnglish commerce, maritime power, and nationalist feeling and a grear age of English literature. The beginning is frequently datedor alternatively The passage of the first Reform Billand sometimes the accession of Queen Victoria. It extends to the death of Victoria in Much writing of the period dealt with or reflected the pressing social.
Time between the Romantic Period and Realism in Germany.
It refers to a certain attitude expressed by the upsurging middle class in the time between and being upright and orderly. Different and partly contradictoryliterary movements marked by the historical crisis after the turn of the century.
Time between or July Revolution and March Revolution in Germany marked by political unrest. The working class became the focus of attention of middle-class literature.
Radicalisation of different positions. A literary movement of the 19th century, especially in prose fiction.Dear Twitpic Community - thank you for all the wonderful photos you have taken over the years.
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