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Kategooria inglise kirjandus - 169 õppematerjali

Kirjandus >> Inglise kirjandus
inglise kirjandus on andnud suure hulga luuletajaid, näitekirjanikke, esseiste ja romaanikirjanikke alates Geoffrey Chaucerist, Shakespearest ja tema kaasaegsetest kuni paljude tänaste kirjanikeni, kelleks on näiteks J. K. Rowling ja Nobeli preemia laureaat Doris Lessing.
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Edgar Allen Poe kirjandus

Poe's best known fiction works are Gothic His most recurring themes : death (its physical signs) the effects of decomposition concerns of premature burial the reanimation of the dead, mourning Dark romanticism genre Wrote : horror satires humor tales hoaxes He used irony and ludicrous extravagance "Metzengerstein" - the first story that Poe is known to have published Poe reinvented science fiction responding in his writing to emerging technologies such as hot air balloons in "The Balloon-Hoax" He used themes specifically catered for mass market tastes. Disliked didacticism and allegory "Works with obvious meanings cease to be art." "Quality work should be brief and focus on a specific single effect. " "The writer should carefully calculate every sentiment and idea." During his lifetime recognized as a literary critic. Poe's early detective fiction tales starring the fictitious C. Auguste Dupin - Dupin combines...

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Inglise kirjanikud

He was born in London. He wrote several theological works and a biography (1885) of Francis Bacon, but he is best known for his Shakespearian Grammar (1870) and religious allegory the Flatland. William Blake · William Blake (1757­1827) was an English poet, philosopher and artist.He was one of the most extraordinary personalities to emerge during the period of Romanticism. He believed that spiritual reality lies hidden behind the visible world of the senses and he attempted to create a symbolic language to represent his spiritual visions. He began printing his own illustrated poems in colour in 1787. The first example was Songs of innocence(1789). Towards the end of his life, he joined a circle of younger artists who appreciated his remarkable pow...

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Hamleti monoloog (eesti keeles, inglise keeles)

To be, or not to be--that is the question: Olla või mitte olla ­ selles on küsimus Whether 'tis nobler in the mind to suffer Kas on üllam mõttes kannatada The slings and arrows of outrageous fortune Pöörase saatuse kive ja nooli Or to take arms against a sea of troubles Või minna relvis muremere vastu And by opposing end them. To die, to sleep-- Ning neile vastu astudes nad lõpetada. Surra, magada No more--and by a sleep to say we end Ei rohkem ­ ning magades öelda, et lõpetame The heartache, and the thousand natural shocks Südamevalu, tuhat loomulikku vapustust, That flesh is heir to. 'Tis a consummation Millele inimliha pärijaks on, see on teostus, Devoutly to be wished. To die, to sleep-- Mida hardalt soovida. Surra, magada; To sleep--perchance to dream: ay, there's the rub, Magada : ehk isegi und näha : selles see vastus seisnebki. For in that s...

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Inglise keelne intervjuu

When a man and a woman decide on being partners in private life as well as at work, they are bound to run into problems ­ or such often seems to be the public perception. If that is a rule, however, there certainly are exceptions. Marc (45) and Catherine (37) Brown have had to cope with that situation for many years now, with Marc being a cow farm manager and Catherine a milkmaid at the same institution. The exact name and location of the farm shall be left undisclosed, but it is certainly one of the most prestigious in England, meaning that stresses and strains are many ­ meeting high expectations demands intense work. Marc and Catherine kindly ask me to join them in their cozy little house near the farm. We sit down by the fireplace and Catherine serves her special and at least locally very famous tea ­ the exact recipe is a well-kept secret, of course. Was working in a farm something you planned already long ago? Marc: No, not reall...

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Geoffrey chaucer

What occupations did he have during his life? He was trained for knighthood, he also worked as a courtier, a diplomat, and a civil servant, as well as working for the king, collecting and inventorying scrap metal How many periods are his works divided into? What are they called? What are the main works of each period? Whatwho are they inspired by? His poetry is generally divided into three periods the French period ("The romance of the rose"), the Italian period ("Troilus and Criseyde", inspired by his own trip to Italy) and the English period ("The Canterbury Tales") What type of a work is The Canterbury Tales ? Poetry (two tales are in prose: the Tale of Melibee and the Parson's Tale) When did Chaucer die? Where is he buried? He is believed to hav...

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Jane Austeni "Emma" ja "Persuasion"

Weston, takes some solace in being left alone with her aging father by claiming that she made the match herself. An old friend of the family, Mr. George Knightley, does not believe her, but in her certainty she decides that she must also marry off the young rector, Mr. Elton. Among her friends and acquaintances in the large and populous village of Highbury, she begins to notice young Harriet Smith, the pretty illegitimate seventeen-year-old who lives at Mrs. Goddard's boarding school. Determining first to improve Harriet, Emma discourages her interest in worthy Robert Martin of Abbey-Mill Farm, declares that Harriet must be from more genteel parents than his, and fixes upon Harriet as Mr. Elton's future wife. In bringing the two together socially, Emma does a drawing of Harriet which Mr. Elton admires and takes off to London to be framed...

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Shakespeare " A midsummer night's dream"

Shakespeare creates for readers a world of wonder. How true is my love? Will it stay true? Is there a destiny for me? Do I make my own destiny? With that we see Hermia and Lysander. Their love is found to be altered throughout the story. Can you tell who you are going to love tomorrow, do you know for sure that you wont wake up tomorrow infatuated with someone else? Is love predictable? For many the answer to that question is yes but thinking logically you can't choose love. "I would my father looked but with my eyes." (Act I scene 1 line 57 Hermia). Hermia'a father Egeus has chosen for her a husband. Hermia is in love with someone already. Hermia won't have her life be chosen for her and she decides to elope with her love. This is exciting and they only think they will love forever because this love is so tr...

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Fame is a Fickle Food

"Fame is a Fickle Food" by Emily Dickinson Analysis Liisi Pajula In her poem "Fame is a Fickle Food", Emily Dickinson quite clearly compares fame to something very changing and uncertain. She compares it to food, which at first seems tempting, but is actually venomous and deadly. From the very beginning of the poem, we get the idea that Dickinson has her mind set against fame and those, who run after it. With using words such as 'fickle' and 'shifting' she very successfully demonstrates that fame is not permanent and should thus be handled with care. Dickinson also says that true fame is something one can achieve only once ("Whose table once a Guest, but not The second time is set"). She goes on to explain that after fame has faded, its not too pleasant insides become visible a...

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Wuthering heights

Here, he meets his dour landlord, Heathcliff, a wealthy man who lives in the ancient manor of Wuthering Heights, four miles away from the Grange. In this wild, stormy countryside, Lockwood asks his housekeeper, Nelly Dean, to tell him the story of Heathcliff and the strange denizens of Wuthering Heights. Nelly consents, and Lockwood writes down his recollections of her tale in his diary; these written recollections form the main part of Wuthering Heights. Nelly remembers her childhood. As a young girl, she works as a servant at Wuthering Heights for the owner of the manor, Mr. Earnshaw, and his family. One day, Mr. Earnshaw goes to Liverpool and returns home with an orphan boy whom he will raise with his own children. At first, the Earnshaw children--a boy named Hindley and his younger sister Cath...

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E.Hemingway

He holds on to the romantic prewar ideals of love and fair play, yet, against the backdrop of the devastating legacy of World War I, these values seem tragically absurd. As a Jew and a nonveteran, Cohn is a convenient target for the cruel and petty antagonism of Jake and his friends. Read an in-depth analysis of Robert Cohn. Bill Gorton - Like Jake, a heavy-drinking war veteran, though not an expatriate. Bill uses humor to deal with the emotional and psychological fallout of World War I. He and Jake, as American veterans, share a strong bond, and their friendship is one of the few genuine emotional connections in the novel. However, Bill is not immune to the petty cruelty that characterizes Jake and Jake's circle of friends. Mike Campbell - A constantly drunk, bankrupt Scottish war veteran. Mike has a terrible temper, which most often manifests itself during his extreme...

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The Origins of American Literature

The origins of American literature The first Americans were explorers and settlers, adventurers and idealists who crossed the ocean in search of new opportunities or to escape the poverty and intolerance. Their writings were matter-of-fact accounts of life in America, which explained colonisation to Englishmen back in the homeland. An example of this form of writing is John Smith's A True Relation of Virginia, which is widely recognized to be the first example of Am lit. The early years of colonisation produced a mass of utilitarian writings including biographies, accounts of voyages, diaries, sermons, pamphlets. Much of the material addressed the problems of Church and State. There were few examples of fiction, poetry or drama. Anne Bradstreet of Massachusetts published some lyrical poems of high literary quality (1650) and Edward Taylor, who was born in England but lived in Boston, wrote some poetry in the style of John Donne and...

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Crazy Lady

L. Conly I read a book called ''Crazy Lady'' written by Jane Leslie Conly. She is an American author born in 1948. ''Crazy Lady'' was her third book. It was written in 1993. The book was one of the Newbery Honor books of 1994. The story takes place in the Tenely Heights during 1980s. The book is about teenager boy. His name is Vernon Dobbs. He has two sisters and three brothers. He is a struggling student having a bad school year. He has gone in for help. He just can't manage with reading. He has had no one to turn to since his mother passed away from a stroke three years earlier. His mother had an uncanny wish to help people around her. His father tries to help Vernon, but he is just too busy with taking care of the family. Vernon and his friends have nothing better to do than tease the Crazy Lady of neighbourhood. Crazy Lady'...

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William Golding "Kärbeste jumal" kokkuvõte

Tänapäeval arvavad inimesed, et kõik peaks olema vabam, igaüks tehku, mis ise tahab, tihtilugu eetikareeglid üldse puuduvad, niisiis, kasutatakse ka keelt vabamalt. Vanasti tekkisisd keelde uued sõnad sellepärast, et lihtsalt ei olnud asjale eestikeelset vastet, tänapäeval arvab aga teatud klass rahvast, et oma jutu hulka suure hulga võõrkeelsete sõnade sidumine muudab nad kuidagiviisi populaarsemasks, justkui osaks teisest, suurest,erikeelsest maailmast. Et seda vältida, võiks minu arvates koolides korraldada loenguid eesti keele säilitamise suurest tähtsusest ja rääkida ka seda, mis juhtub siis, kui me jätkame oma praegust teed. Alati on meie keelt mõjutanud värvikirev välismaailm ja keskkond, kus ise parasjagu viibime. Kunagi olid põhiliselt meie emakeelt mõjutavateks keelteks vene- ja saksa keel, tänapäeval on viimane asendunud inglise keelega. Õnneks on Eesti riik juba sammukese võõrkeelsete tekstide vastu astunud – eksisteerib nimelt seadus, milles on öeldud, et igasugusel reklaamil või muul teatel avalikus kohas, peab info olema edastatud muude keelte kõrval kindlasti ka eesti keeles ja seda teiste keeltega võrreldes nähtavamalt. Lisaks kõigele muule on oluline ka asjaolu, et me kasutaks eesti keelt kõigis eluvaldkondades, nii koduselt, poes, tänaval, arvutis, kui ka igapäevasel suhtlustasandil, samuti erinevates teadusharudes. Suurel hulgal asjakohaseid näiteid leiab näiteks meditsiinivaldkonnast – tihti on eestikeelne väljend ebamugav ja kohmakas või puudub üldse. Arvutites kasutatakse inglisekeelseid programme ja operatsioonisüseeme kuigi paari hiireklõpsuga võiks asja emakeelseks muuta, ju ollakse harjunud kunagise arvutite algusajaga, kui eksisteeriski ainult ühekeelne variant – vanale koerale naljalt uusi trikke ei õpeta...

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Blandings Castle

"M'lord?" "I've been swindled. This dashed thing doesn't work." "Your lordship cannot see clearly?" "I can't see at all, dash it. It's all black." The butler was an observant man. "Perhaps if I were to remove the cap at the extremity of the instrument, m'lord, more satisfactory results might be obtained." "Eh? Cap? Is there a cap? So there is. Take it off, Beach." "Very good, m'lord." "Ah!" 2) "It's Aggie. My wife, you know." "Well?" "She's left me." "Left you!" "Absolutely flat." 3) "Why did you let him go? You must have known I would want to see him." "What good would that have done?" "I could at least have assured him of my sympathy," said Lady Constance stiffly. "Yes, I suppose you could," said Lord Emsworth, having considered the...

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Blandings Castle kokkuvõte

G. Wodehouse Wodehouse was an acknowledged master of English prose admired both by contemporaries and by modern writers. He has been called "English literature's performing flea", a derogatory description that Wodehouse cherished and adopted as the title of his autobiography. Best known today for the Jeeves and Blandings Castle novels and short stories, Wodehouse was also a talented playwright and lyricist who was part author and writer of fifteen plays and of 250 lyrics for some thirty musical comedies. Wodehouse took a modest attitude to his own works. In Over Seventy (1957) he wrote: "I go in for what is known in the trade as 'light writing' and those who do that ­ humorists they are sometimes called ­ are looked down upon by the intelligentsia and sneered at." Wodehouse's characters are often eccentric, with peculiar attachments, such as to newts (Gussie Fink-Nottle) or socks (Archibald Mulliner). His "ment...

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Mary Shelly "Frankenstein"

Frankenstein Mary Shelley About the Author Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley (30 August 1797 ­ 1 February 1851) was an English romantic/gothic novelist. She was born in Somers Town, London. Mary received an excellent education, which was unusual for girls at the time. She never went to school, but she was taught to read and write by her housekeeper and her father. She was married to a romantic poet Percy Bysshe Shelley. She began writing "Frankenstein" when she was only eighteen and it had conceived from a nightmare. Mary died, aged 54, at Chester Square in London, England. She was buried in St. Peter's churchyard in Bournemouth, Dorset, England. The Book The story begins in a vessel in the North Pole where captain Robert Walton was on a voyage of discovery. Suddenly he saw a man and he was Victor Frankenstein. Victor was very ill and he started to tell Robert a...

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Agatha Christie "Partners in crime"

Partners in Crime Agatha Christie About the Author Dame Agatha Christie (15 September 1890 ­ 12 January 1976) is the most widely published author of all time. In a career that spanned more than fifty years, Christie wrote eighty novels and short-story collections, nineteen plays and five nonfiction books, including her autobiography. Her most popular characters are the ingenious Belgian Hercule Poirot and Miss Jane Marple. She achieved Britain's highest honor when she was made a Dame of the British Empire. The Book This book is a short-story collection about two characters who are not as popular as Poirot or Miss Marple. They are Tommy and Tuppence Beresford, a married couple. Tommy works for some kind of a agency which tells them to run a detective agency to catch a Russian spy. Tuppence was delighted because before that she was very bored and she had nothing...

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Thomas More

Thomas was educated in the household of the Archbishop of Canterbury. In Christmas plays he improvised his parts. In 1492 he was sent to Oxford. He lived 4 years at the London Charterhouse sharing the life of monks. In 1504 he became a Member of Parliament, where he persuaded the members not to vote to the king the huge sum of money he demanded. In 1505 he married Jane Colt whom he had 4 children. His 3 daughters and 1 son were educated by the best scholars available. Jane died in 1511, and then Thomas married with a widow, Alice Middleton. Utopia It was written in 1515. The description of Utopia is put in the mouth of a traveller, Raphael Hythloday. This name is Greek for a teller of lies. Raphael argues that communism is the cure against egoism in life. Raphael is said to have been a former travelling companion of the famous navigator. For this book, a famous Dut...

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The romantic movement in American literature

The Romantic movement in American literature Romanticism in literature · Romantic · Romanticism is an artistic, literary, and intellectual movement · Influenced by : - Enlightenment - elevated medievalism · In America ­ 1820 Characteristic features · Intuition, instincts, imagination, feelings · Folk art, nature, heroism · Protest against reality · Emphasis on women and children · Dreams · Symbolism and myths Events & Dates · The American Revolution (1776 -1783) · The French Revolution (1789 ­ 1799) · The Industrial Revolution · Civil war (1861 ­ 1865) · Colonies, communes · Ralph Waldo Emerson (1803 ­ 1882) · Henry David Thoreau (1817 ­ 1862) Famous writers · Small literary world, writers knew each other · Washington Irving (1783 -1859) · James Fenimore Cooper (1789 -1851) · Nathaniel Hawthorne (1819 ­ 1891) · Herman Melville (1819 -1891)...

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Eclipse review

"Eclipse" (Twilight saga 3 book) by Stephenie Meyer - review of 2 chapters This book contains over 27 chapters and almost 600 pages. Every Twilight saga book is thicker than previous book. I read it in English because it isn't released in Estonian yet. Eclipse opens with Bella Swan and her boyfriend Edward reunited after their tortuous parting in New Moon. Bella's eventual transformation into a bloodsucking immortal is now guaranteed, yet all is not well in the drizzly town of Forks, Washington. Now Charlie - Bella's dad - hates Edward little bit because of all pain what he had brought to Bella. Bella is grounded too now and Edward only can visit her afternoon until 9 PM. But anyway Edward climbs to Bella's room after Charlie's fallen asleep. Charlie want that Bella communicates with other friends too because most of to...

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