英语小说与散文

英语小说与散文

图书基本信息
出版时间:2009-1
出版社:上海外语教育出版社
作者:阿米戈尼
页数:172
书名:英语小说与散文
封面图片
英语小说与散文
内容概要
《英语小说与散文》通过分析、解读不同时期的英美文学作品,比较全面、系统地介绍了不同流派的英美小说与散文的起源、发展和演变;本书同时也涉及相关的文学批评理论。全书言简意赅,脉络清晰,适合英美文学研究者、爱好者及英语专业学生阅读。
作者简介
作者:(英国)阿米戈尼 (Amigoni.D.)
书籍目录
AcknowledgementsPreface:
the
scope
of
the
book
and
how
to
read
it1
Introduction:
straightforward
discourse
and
novel
transactions
1.1
Literature
and
non/literature? 1.2
Prose 1.3
Narrative 1.4
Narrative
in
context:
the
novel,
mimesis
and
poetics 1.5
The
novel
and
prose
narrative
in
literary/critical
argument:
formalism
and
old
and
new
historicisms 1.6
Studying
the
novel
and
prose
narrative:
historicism,
culture
and
rhetoric 1.7
The
novel
and
prose
narrative:
from
'literature'
to
'intettextuality' 1.8
The
novel
and
prose
narrative
as
'forms
of
discourse' 1.9
The
novel
and
'culture'
revisited:
'cukure'
as
learning,'self,
culture',
'culture'
as
a
field
of
conflict2
The
elements
of
narrative
analysis
and
the
origins
of
the
novel:
reading
Jane
Austen's
Emma
and
Samuel
Richardson's
Pamela 2.1
The
novel
and
formalist
criticism 2.2
Reading
the
form
of
narrative
fiction:
Jane
Austen's
Emma 2.3
Implied
reader,
real
reader:
narrator,
implied
author 2.4
Events:
story
and
discourse 2.5
Character
and
point
of
view
in
Emma 2.6
Limitations
of
the
formal
approach:
social
spaces
and
voices
in
narrative,
from
free
indirect
speech
to
social
contexts 2.7
What
happens
in
Richardson's
Pamela'. 2.8
First,person
narration
and
the
epistolary
form:the
dramatised
narrator,
rhetoric
and
the
narratee 2.9
The
narratee
and
writing
as
an
'event'
in
Pamela 2.10
Pamela,
print
culture
and
debates
about
genre:
the
familiar
letter,
criticism
and
'the
novel' 2.11
The
debate
about
the
origins
of
the
novel 2.12
The
rise
of
the
novel:
Ian
Watt
and
the
tradition
of
formal
realism 2.13
Contested
fields
of
cultural
discourse
and
the
rise
of
the
novel:
Lennard
J.
Davis
and
Michael
McKeon 2.14
Gender
and
the
rise
of
the
novel:
the
domestic
woman
and
the
production
of
subjectivities 2.15
Re,reading
Emma:
letters,
standards
and
intertextual
allusion3
Bildung
and
belonging:
studying
nineteenth.century
narrative
and
'self/culture' 3.1
The
bildungsroman 3.2
Biography
and
autobiography
in
the
nineteenth
century 3.3
The
viewpoint
of
youth:
bildung
in
nineteenth,century
history 3.4
Reading
Jane
Eyre:
the
critical
reception;
romance
and
'self,
culture' 3.5
Romantic
autobiography
and
character
classification
in
Jane
Eyre 3.6
Space,
time
and
subjectivity
in
Jane
Eyre 3.7
Where
does
Jane
Eyre
belong. 3.8
Reading
Samuel
Bamford's
Early
Days:
the
common
narrative
strategies
of
autobiography
and
novel 3.9
'Reality
is
always
romantic,
though
the
romantic
is
not
always
real':
the
truth
of
autobiography 3.10
Reading
Elizabeth
Gaskell's
The
Life
of
Charlotte
Bronte:
the
rhetoric
of
biography 3.11
Biography,
gender
and
the
public
position
of
the
woman
writer:
negotiating
'realism'
and
'romance' 3.12
Reading
George
Eliot's
The
Mill
on
the
Floss:
culture
as
'incarnate
history' 3.13
'Writing
the
history
of
unfashionable
families':
the
workings
of
Eliot's
'realism' 3.14
Testing
'self,
culture':
'eddication'
and
the
role
of
the
reader
in
Eliot's
realism4
Innovative
stories
and
distinctive
readers 4.1
The
art
of
prose
narrative 4.2
Charles
Dickens's
Bleak
House:
reading
the
estranging
poetry
of
prose 4.3
'Reading'
in
context:
journalism
and
fiction 4.4
Nuggets
for
the
masses:
newspaper
stories 4.5
Reading
the
'sacred
nugget':
distinctive
narrative
art
in
James's
The
Spoils
of
Poynton
and
its
'Preface' 4.6
James's
narration
and
the
discriminating
reader 4.7
Contesting
'The
Future
of
the
Novel':
Henry
James's
'delicate
organism'
and
H.
G.
Wells's
'right
to
roam' 4.8
Reading
H.
G.
Wells's
Ann
Veronica 4.9
The
short
story 4.10
Thomas
Hardy's
'The
Withered
Arm':
the
epical
tale 4.11
Katherine
Mansfield's
'The
Garden
Party':
the
lyrical
story 4.12
The
experimental
novel:
reading
for
voice
and
consciousness
in
Virginia
Woolf's
Mrs
Dalloway 4.13
Thenovelistic
scope
of
Mrs
Dalloway 4.14
Woolf's
narrative
experimentation
in
context5
History,
intertextuality
and
the
carnivalised
novel:
postmodern
conditions
and
postcolonial
hybridities 5.1
Playful
narratives 5.2
The
novel
as
history,
and
the
postmodern
novel
as
metafiction 5.3
Midnight's
Children
as
postmodern
'historiographic
metafiction':
sniffy
incredulity
towards
metanarratives 5.4
The
novel
as
national
fiction:
postcolonial
concerns 5.5
The
discourse
of
Midnight's
Children
in
'long'
cross,cultural
history:
Laurence
Sterne's
Tristram
Shandy
as
eighteenth,century
metafiction 5.6
Bakhtin's
'carnivalised'
narrative:
a
'second
line
of
development'
for
the
novel 5.7
Camivalised
narrative,
postcolonialism
and
the
debate
about
'hybridity':
Midnight's
Children
revisked 5.8
Conclusion:
long
live
postcolonial
realism,
the
bildungsroman
and
leakageSelect
bibliography
and
suggested
further
reading
Index
章节摘录
Narrative
is
generally
classified
as
a
mimetic
medium.‘Mimesis’is
a
termused
to
describe
hterary
modes
which
aim
to‘imitate’human
thoughts。
speech,action
and
the
world
in
which
they
take
place:drama
and
narrativewould
be
more
readily
recognised
as
mimetic
than
would
lyric
poetry.Giventhe
mimetic
impulses
of
narrativ.and
Johnson's
recognition
of
the
way
inwhich
narrative
presents
US
with‘History’。
it
is
understandable
that
studentsexpect
to
study
novels
and
short
stories
in
ways
which
accentuate
theirrelation
to
the
worldly
situations
which
they
dramatise.For
instance.It
would
appear
that
such
novelsreflect
their
historical
contexts
almost
transparently.However,approaches
to
the
novel
and
its
contexts
which
assume
that
anarrative
imitates
or
simply
reflects
the
times
in
which
it
was
made
encounterobvious
difficulties
when
confronted
by
certain
narrative
strategies.Thesechallenging,self,conscious
narrative
strategies
are
explored
in
Chapter
5through
Laurence
Sterne’s
Tristram
Shah#(an
eighteenth-century
novel),John
Fowles’s
The
French
Lieutenant's
Woman,Paul
Auster’s
City
of
Glass,and
Salman
Rushdie’s
Midnight's
Children(twentieth,century
novels).Thesenarratives
playfully
expose
the
limits
of
mimesis.Although
I
shall
argue
thateven
playful,sceptical
narrative
strategies
lead
the
reader
back
to
worldlyinsights
into
societies
and
histories——in
the
case
of
Midnight's
Children
tocolonial
domination
and
its
resistance——it
will
be
important
to
demonstratehow
these
contexts
have
to
be
traced
through
narrative
as
a
complex
medium.This
remains
the
case
even
when
narratives
appear
to
be
transparentlymlmetle.
编辑推荐
《英语小说与散文》言简意赅,脉络清晰,适合英美文学研究者、爱好者及英语专业学生阅读。本丛书语言生动,对我国的外国文学及理论研究者、在校学生以及广大文学爱好者都有很高的参考价值。
图书标签Tags
English,文学理论,文论,英国文学
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评论与打分
  •     初级入门阅读,适合初中孩子
  •     英语书有点旧
  •     一本理论的书 好像教材 各种理论说的很简要
  •     导师推荐,说是非常好的一本书。正在研究。
  •     enjoy~~~
  •     很想了解的东西都有收录
  •     全英文,适合学英语的!
  •     外教社这样翻译这本书的书名是很丢人的。prose绝不等于汉语的“散文”,prose的意思包括所有非诗歌、非戏剧的连续性文字,本身也包括小说在内。书名是English Novel and Prose Narrative,应该翻译为《英国小说与叙事文学》,因为这里的prose是修饰narrative的,这就不包括史诗和以叙事为主的戏剧。Novel专指中、长篇小说,之所以单独放在书名中是因为书里的确讨论长篇小说比较多,而prose narrative包括了短篇小说和纪实文学(自传、传记、报告文学),后者一般称为non-fiction,即非虚构文学,但也是以叙事为主的。散文在汉语中的意思就完全不同了,不是本书所包括的内容。不知从何时开始,英语的prose被解读为汉语的“散文”,实际上充其量只能是“散文体”而已。以讹传讹,这个翻译问题一直没有得到解决。
  •     不适合作为第一本文学理论书。虽说是教材,但是有很多文学理论的专用名词并没有给什么解释,作者在写作过程中有些默认这些行话是读者所熟悉的。另外,文句比狄更斯的难懂。
  •     很喜欢这本书,很地道,思路 清晰,内容也比较细,赞!
  •     字体很清晰明确 正版的英文原版 质量很好很满意
  •     太简单,时候文学入门的人看
  •     3月4号下的单,买来就是给女儿看着玩的
  •     但是要贵在坚持啊,看起来有点不方便
  •     平时翻翻都不错,看起来不是很舒服。
  •     但是感觉这本最好。,单词不知不觉的记住了
  •     喜欢朗文的书藉,孩子不是很喜欢
  •     没有考试界面,非常。适合使用
  •     很期待这本书。,很方便!!!
  •     听说这本书里的题目偏简单,GMAT辅导书
  •     Because I can't read this book very well,选修教材
  •     学习英语的基础书。正版,不过就是里边的中文内容偏多。书的性价比很高。
  •     看看封面应该不错。,强烈推荐哦!!!
  •     是部好书,希望这次考试有突破!
  •     小学阶段还是有点难度!,准备GRE的可以看看
  •     虽然有错别字,内容详尽
  •     就是阅读练习,有好几本这样的书了。看到朗文的品牌就买了。感觉挺简单的。不错值得拥有!
  •     会话词典对实践有用,就是例句用法少了一些
  •     解释也很详细。,纸张没有学生用书那本好
  •     练习部分少,谢谢。
  •     老师推荐才买了这本书,就数写作单项最给力了。
  •     别的都还挺好,但很喜欢~!