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  • English Literature Its History and Significance for the Life of the English Speaking World
  • William Joseph Long
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  • 18 May 2019
  • 9781426442506

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English Literature Its History and Significance for the Life of the English Speaking World Characters ✓ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Summary Ì PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ↠ William Joseph Long Read English Literature Its History and Significance for the Life of the English Speaking World This is a pre 1923 historical reproduction that was curated for uality uality assurance was conducted on each of these books in an attempt to remove books with imperfec. I used this book for three purposes1 As a textbook for my Eng Lit Forms and Movements elective course at BITS Pilani2 As a reference for my personal project Impact of the Tudor Era on the World 3 As a source for lists and summaries of works by great English authorsAnd this legendary book served me brilliantly in all of the above regards

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I listened to this on audiobook Took nearly 24 hrsthere goes another day of my life so it s uite substantial as the title suggests It s very dry and obviously has to be selective but there is a structure It opens with the earliest forms of English poetry and prose like Beowulf circa 700 1000AD This progresses chronologically sometimes a little prosaically like a catalogue all the way up to the late 19th century close to when this book was published in 1909I found some random info on the author on Wikipedia Long wrote a lot of nature books and made suggestions that animals were capable of learning and didn t perform purely on instinct as was popularly accepted Both President Theodore Roosevelt and his naturalist advisor John Burroughs attacked Long on what they saw as making animals appear too intelligent and human like Roosevelt personally had Long s books removed from schools Long had some great responses and also asked the President to come anytime to Stamford to settle this like men OK Off subject but a fun fact Back to this bookThere s a tonne of info and you ll learn about important writers in the emergence of poetry and the novel and it s evolution It s a great feat the writing of a literary history It could never be perfect A lot of time is allotted for the notable figures like Chaucer and Shakespeare when for others it can be fleetingI noticed another reader s review mention the lack of representation of female writers which I would have to concur with Mary Shelley s Frankenstein is omitted which for me is one of the greatest novels ever Long makes scant reference to others like Jane Austen and George Elliot I think the author is dated in his selection in regards literary style too I feel he has preference for moralistic realist literature instead of the satirical or aesthetic from his choices and some of his descriptions That said he does well not to lean too heavily into the field of literary criticism for it to feel dogmatic and there s a lot of writers I ve discovered A long but fruitful journeyThough I have grievances I will give some leeway for it being written in a different time where the significance of certain writers may not have been so apparent There are still gems to be found in here For the author for the magnificent feat of recording all of this and for sticking it to Roosevelt I salute you 4 out of 5 Buddha Bowls: 100 Nourishing One-Bowl Meals efforts the books may have occasional Under Pressure: An Underwater Investigation errors that do not impede the reading Hitler Painted Roses earliest forms of English poetry and prose like Beowulf circa 700 1000AD This progresses chronologically sometimes a little prosaically like a catalogue all the way up to the late 19th century close to when this book was published in 1909I found some random info on the author on Wikipedia Long wrote a lot of nature books and made suggestions that animals were capable of learning and didn t perform purely on instinct as was popularly accepted Both President Theodore Roosevelt and his naturalist advisor John Burroughs attacked Long on what they saw as making animals appear too intelligent and human like Roosevelt personally had Long s books removed from schools Long had some great responses and also asked the President to come anytime to Stamford to settle this like men OK Off subject but a fun fact Back to this bookThere s a tonne of info and you ll learn about important writers in the Greater Ethiopia – The Evolution of a Multiethnic Society 2e emergence of poetry and the novel and it s The Steel Deal evolution It s a great feat the writing of a literary history It could never be perfect A lot of time is allotted for the notable figures like Chaucer and Shakespeare when for others it can be fleetingI noticed another reader s review mention the lack of representation of female writers which I would have to concur with Mary Shelley s Frankenstein is omitted which for me is one of the greatest novels Auf einem fremden unbewohnbaren Planeten: Wie ein 15-jähriges Mädchen Auschwitz und Zwangsarbeit überlebte ever Long makes scant reference to others like Jane Austen and George Elliot I think the author is dated in his selection in regards literary style too I feel he has preference for moralistic realist literature instead of the satirical or aesthetic from his choices and some of his descriptions That said he does well not to lean too heavily into the field of literary criticism for it to feel dogmatic and there s a lot of writers I ve discovered A long but fruitful journeyThough I have grievances I will give some leeway for it being written in a different time where the significance of certain writers may not have been so apparent There are still gems to be found in here For the author for the magnificent feat of recording all of this and for sticking it to Roosevelt I salute you 4 out of 5