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英美诗歌经典选读
  • 书号:9787030645302
    作者:郭英杰,赵青
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  • 装帧:平装
    开本:B5
  • 页数:220
    字数:402000
    语种:en
  • 出版社:科学出版社
    出版时间:2020-03-01
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  本教材根据教育部特色教材建设要求,立足于培养学生的核心素养,旨在推动高水平优质课程的产出。全书分为“英国诗歌经典作品选读”和“美国诗歌经典作品选读”两大部分,共计20 章。每章包括作者生平、作品简介、经典选读与文本注释、诗歌主题与风格赏析、学生批判性思考及小组讨论、翻译练习、创意写作、拓展阅读等内容,旨在从诗歌鉴赏、思维训练、翻译实践、自主写作等方面培养学生的文学素养,使英美诗歌经典发挥现实价值。
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  • Contents
    Preface
    Acknowledgments
    Part One English Poets and Their Classic Works
    Chapter 1 Geoffrey Chaucer: General Prologue of The Canterbury Tales 3
    I. Introduction to Geoffrey Chaucer 3
    II. Background Knowledge about The Canterbury Tales 4
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 5
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 9
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 11
    VI. Translation Practice 11
    VII. Creative Writing 12
    VIII. Extended Reading 12
    Chapter 2 William Shakespeare: Sonnet 1 / Sonnet 18 / Sonnet 145 / Sonnet 154 13
    I. Introduction to William Shakespeare 13
    II. Background Knowledge about Shakespeare’s Sonnets 14
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 15
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 18
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 20
    VI. Translation Practice 20
    VII. Creative Writing 21
    VIII. Extended Reading 21
    Chapter 3 John Milton: An Excerpt of Paradise Lost 22
    I. Introduction to John Milton 22
    II. Background Knowledge about Paradise Lost 23
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 24
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 28
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 30
    VI. Translation Practice 31
    VII. Creative Writing 32
    VIII. Extended Reading 32
    Chapter 4 Alexander Pope: An Excerpt of An Essay on Criticism 33
    I. Introduction to Alexander Pope 33
    II. Background Knowledge about An Essay on Criticism 34
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 35
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 38
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 40
    VI. Translation Practice 41
    VII. Creative Writing 41
    VIII. Extended Reading 41
    Chapter 5 William Blake: “The Tyger” / “Earth’s Answer” / “The Chimney Sweeper” 43
    I. Introduction to William Blake 43
    II. Background Knowledge about William Blake’s Poetry 44
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 45
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 47
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 49
    VI. Translation Practice 50
    VII. Creative Writing 51
    VIII. Extended Reading 51
    Chapter 6 William Wordsworth: “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” / “The Solitary Reaper” / “O Nightingale! Thou Surely Art” 52
    I. Introduction to William Wordsworth 52
    II. Background Knowledge about William Wordsworth’s Poetry 53
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 54
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 57
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 58
    VI. Translation Practice 59
    VII. Creative Writing 60
    VIII. Extended Reading 60
    Chapter 7 Percy Bysshe Shelley: “Ode to the West Wind” / “To a Skylark” 61
    I. Introduction to Percy Bysshe Shelley 61
    II. Background Knowledge about Percy Bysshe Shelley’s Poetry 62
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 63
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 69
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 71
    VI. Translation Practice 72
    VII. Creative Writing 72
    VIII. Extended Reading 73
    Chapter 8 John Keats: “Ode on a Grecian Urn” / “Ode to a Nightingale” 74
    I. Introduction to John Keats 74
    II. Background Knowledge about John Keats’s Poetry 75
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 76
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 80
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 82
    VI. Translation Practice 83
    VII. Creative Writing 84
    VIII. Extended Reading 84
    Chapter 9 Robert Browning: “A Woman’s Last Word” / “My Last Duchess” 85
    I. Introduction to Robert Browning 85
    II. Background Knowledge about Robert Browning’s Poetry 86
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 87
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 90
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 92
    VI. Translation Practice 92
    VII. Creative Writing 93
    VIII. Extended Reading 93
    Chapter 10 William Butler Yeats: “When You Are Old” / “Sailing to Byzantium” / “Leda and the Swan” 95
    I. Introduction to William Butler Yeats 95
    II. Background Knowledge about William Butler Yeats’s Poetry 96
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 97
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 99
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 101
    VI. Translation Practice 101
    VII. Creative Writing 102
    VIII. Extended Reading 103
    Part Two American Poets and Their Classic Works
    Chapter 11 Anne Bradstreet: “A Love Letter to Her Husband” / “The Vanity of All Worldly Things” 107
    I. Introduction to Anne Bradstreet 107
    II. Background Knowledge about Anne Bradstreet’s Poetry 108
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 109
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 111
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 114
    VI. Translation Practice 114
    VII. Creative Writing 115
    VIII. Extended Reading 115
    Chapter 12 Philip Freneau: “The Wild Honey Suckle” / “The American Soldier” / “The Indian Burying Ground” 116
    I. Introduction to Philip Freneau 116
    II. Background Knowledge about Philip Freneau’s Poetry 117
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 118
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 120
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 122
    VI. Translation Practice 123
    VII. Creative Writing 123
    VIII. Extended Reading 124
    Chapter 13 Ralph Waldo Emerson: “Days” / “Concord Hymn” / “Song of Nature” 125
    I. Introduction to Ralph Waldo Emerson 125
    II. Background Knowledge about Ralph Waldo Emerson’s Poetry 126
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 127
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 131
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 133
    VI. Translation Practice 134
    VII. Creative Writing 135
    VIII. Extended Reading 135
    Chapter 14 Walt Whitman: “Song of Myself” / “O Captain! My Captain!” / “I Hear America Singing” 136
    I. Introduction to Walt Whitman 136
    II. Background Knowledge about Walt Whitman’s Poetry 137
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 138
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 142
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 144
    VI. Translation Practice 144
    VII. Creative Writing 145
    VIII. Extended Reading 145
    Chapter 15 Emily Dickinson: “Nobody Knows This Little Rose” / “A Narrow Fellow in the Grass” / “I Died for Beauty — But Was Scarce” / “I Taste a Liquor Never Brewed” 146
    I. Introduction to Emily Dickinson 146
    II. Background Knowledge about Emily Dickinson’s Poetry 147
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 148
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 150
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 153
    VI. Translation Practice 153
    VII. Creative Writing 154
    VIII. Extended Reading 154
    Chapter 16 Ezra Pound: “In a Station of the Metro” / “The Jewel Stair’s Grievance” / Hugh Selwyn Mauberley (Excerpt of Part I) / “Canto 49” 156
    I. Introduction to Ezra Pound 156
    II. Background Knowledge about Ezra Pound’s Poetry 157
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 158
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 162
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 165
    VI. Translation Practice 165
    VII. Creative Writing 166
    VIII. Extended Reading 167
    Chapter 17 T. S. Eliot: “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock” / “The Waste Land” (Excerpt) 168
    I. Introduction to T. S. Eliot 168
    II. Background Knowledge about T. S. Eliot’s Poetry 169
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 170
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 181
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 183
    VI. Translation Practice 184
    VII. Creative Writing 185
    VIII. Extended Reading 185
    Chapter 18 Langston Hughes: “The Negro Speaks of Rivers” / “My People” / “Let America Be America Again” 186
    I. Introduction to Langston Hughes 186
    II. Background Knowledge about Langston Hughes’s Poetry 187
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 188
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 192
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 194
    VI. Translation Practice 194
    VII. Creative Writing 195
    VIII. Extended Reading 195
    Chapter 19 Sylvia Plath: “The Arrival of the Bee Box” / “November Graveyard” / “Daddy” 196
    I. Introduction to Sylvia Plath 196
    II. Background Knowledge about Sylvia Plath’s Poetry 197
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 198
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 202
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 204
    VI. Translation Practice 204
    VII. Creative Writing 205
    VIII. Extended Reading 205
    Chapter 20 Gary Snyder: “How Poetry Comes to Me” / “Meeting the Mountains” / “Riprap” / “Mother Earth: Her Whales” 207
    I. Introduction to Gary Snyder 207
    II. Background Knowledge about Gary Snyder’s Poetry 208
    III. Selected Readings and Notes 209
    IV. Themes and Poetic Styles 213
    V. Critical Thinking and Discussion 215
    VI. Translation Practice 216
    VII. Creative Writing 217
    VIII. Extended Reading 217
    References 219
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