文学英语赏析

文学英语赏析

图书基本信息
出版时间:2006-7
出版社:中央广播电视大学出版社
作者:马利
页数:234
字数:437000
书名:文学英语赏析
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文学英语赏析
前言
《文学英语赏析》是根据英语专业本科教学大纲的要求,借鉴国内外英语语言教学和英语文学教学的成果,将语言教学和文学教学相结合的创新尝试。众所周知,阅读英语文学原著一举多得。通过对文学作品的研读赏析,学习者不仅可以增强语感、提升英语的基本功,而且可以开阔眼界、启迪心智、陶冶性情、提高人文修养。《文学英语赏析》是一套由主、辅文字教材和录音、录像、网络资源构成的适合自学的多种煤体教材。文字主教材——《文学英语赏析》(English Through Literature)本教材按照文学体裁分类编排,打破传统以国别、作家或年代为脉络的编排模式。教材中汇聚了短篇小说、长篇小说、诗歌、戏剧和散文等多种文学体裁的名家名作。教材结构如下:每个单元开篇为致学习者的信,旨在营造积极阅读、快乐阅读的氛围并提供学习内容和学习方法的指导与提示。八封书信为学习者创造了有名师相随的学习环境,帮助学习者消除对英语文学的隔膜感。正文部分以简洁易懂的英语讲解文学的基本要素,并通过典型的作品具体分析该要素在作品中的意义和作用。将英语文学作品基本要素的讲解与例证分析紧密结合是本教材的一大特色。扩展阅读部分提供文学名作补充读物。原文有全文,也有节选;作品介绍画龙点睛、点到为止;作者介绍简明扼要;阅读理解思考题从作品本身的写作技巧和语言特点等角度启发和引导学生理解、分析文学作品。编者力图通过对文学基础知识的讲解和对例证的分析、对阅读理解题的反馈等向学爿者提供一把进入英语文学宝库的钥匙。
内容概要
本教材按照文学体裁分类编排,打破传统以国别、作家或年代为脉络的编排模式。教材中汇聚了短篇小说、长篇小说、诗歌、戏剧和散文等多种文学体裁的名家名作。正文部分以简洁易懂的英语讲解文学的基本要素,并通过典型的作品具体分析该要素在作品中的意义和作用,并将英语文学作品基本要素的讲解与例证分析紧密结合。
作者简介
作者:(英国) 马利 (Alan maley) Alan Maley has worked inEnglish Language teaching for 40 years in 10 countries. Hewas the first British CouncilEnglish Language Officer inChina and started up the BritishCouncil programmes withChinese universities between1980-1984. While in Beijing,he helped introduce Follow Meinto China. Since 1988 he hasworked in Cambridge,Singapore, Thailand andMalaysia. He has pubt.ishedover 30 books and is serieseditor for the Oxford ResourceBooks for Teachers.
书籍目录
Unit 1 Introduction
 Unit Letter
 Section 1 Two Fables
 Section 2 A Short Story
 Section 3 Literature Is All Around Us
Unit 2 The Language of Literature
 Unit Letter
 Section 1 Comparing Things
 Section 2 Some Other Figures of Speech and Literary Devices
 Section 3 Word Choice
 Section 4 Sentence Structure
Unit 3 Short Stories
 Unit Letter
 Section 1 Narrative and the Short Story
 Section 2 Plot
 Section 3 Setting
 Section 4 Characterisation
 Section 5 Point of View
 Section 6 Time Structure, Dialogue, and Endings
 Enrichment Reading
  1 Ernest Hemingway: Hills Like White Elephants
  2 Alan Maley: The Man Who Talked to Trees
  3 James Joyce: Eveline
  4 Robley Wilson : Thief
  5 Sherwood Andeon: Paper Pills
Unit 4 Novels
 Unit Letter
 Section 1 Character Description
 Section 2 Setting
 Section 3 Dialogue
  Section 4 Point of View
  Section 5 Plot / Critical Incidents
 Section 6 Openings and Closings
 Enrichment Reading
  1 Graham Greene : A Burnt-Out Case
  2 Jean Rhys : Wide Sargasso Sea
  3 Thomas Hardy : The Mayor of Casterbridge
  4 Oscar Wilde : The Picture of Dorian Gray
  5 Ernest Hemingway: The Old Man and the Sea
  6 Charles Dicke : Great Expectatio
Unit 5 Non-Fiction
 Unit Letter
 Section 1 Speeches
 Section 2 Essays
 Enrichment Reading
  1 Martin Luther King : I Have a Dream
  2 Jawaharlal Nehru : Speech on the Granting of Indian
   Independence, August 14, 1947
  3 Sir Francis Bacon: Of Studies
Unit 6 Poetry
 Unit Letter
 Section 1 Introduction and the Types of Poetry(I)
 Section 2 The Types of Poetry(2)
 Section 3 The Forms of Poetry(I)
 Section 4 The Forms of Poetry(2)
 Section 5 The Devices of Poetry
 Section 6 Bringing It All Together
 Enrichment Reading
  1 Tennyson : The Charge of The Light Brigade
  2 Oscar Wilde : Ballad of Reading Gaol
  3 Emily Dickion: Wild Nights ! Wild Nights !
  4 Anne Sexton: Words
  5 Jack Prelutsky: Be Glad Your Nose is on Your Face
  6 Benjamin Zephaniah : The War Process
  7 Norman MacCaig : Interruption to a Journey
  8 Edward Thomas : The Owl
  9 Mary Yamall: Too Soon
  10 Vicki Feaver: Coat
  11 W.H.Davies: Leisure
  12 Abdul Ghafar Ibrahim : The Wall
Unit 7 Drama
 Unit Letter
 Section 1 Comedy
 Section 2 Tragedy
 Section 3 Theatre of the Absurd
 Section 4 Theatre of Social Commentary
 Section 5 Historical Drama
 Enrichment Reading
  1 Tom Stoppard : In the Native State
  2 Harold Pinter. The Birthday Party
  3 Arnold Wesker. The Merchant
Unit 8 Revision
 Unit Letter
 Section 1 Revision of Units 1 and 2
 Section 2 Revision of Unit 3
 Section 3 Revision of Unit 4
 Section 4 Revision of Unit 5
 Section 5 Revision of Unit 6
 Section 6 Revision of Unit 7
Appendix
 Task Feedback
 Sources of Extracts
章节摘录
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