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英语专业八级考试强化

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英语专业八级考试强化王振英Feb,一、听力理解(一)测试概况及题型SectionA:Minilecture一个个单词的讲座和一项填空任务。个空分答题时间分钟SectionB:ConversationorInterview个单词的会话道多项选择题分。SectionC:NewsBroadcast若干段新闻报道后有道多项选择题分。(二)SectionA:Minilecture讲座年高校英语专业八级考试大纲在这方面作了较大的调整即把SectionD中的NotetakingGapfilling与原来的第一项Talk合二为一字数由原来的字增加到字分数也由原来的分(SectionA分SectionD分)改为现在的分。、题材该部分内容广泛题材多样。经常是描述一种状况阐述作者看法或指出一种现象提出解决办法或就某一问题给出批评建议或对比两事物不同之处或对比过去现在谈论古今等等。文体一般较正式语言规范。比如:年专八考试的讲座部分谈的是moderncompanyandharmoniousworkrelations,谈话者对现代化的公司进行了描述,也对建立和谐的劳资双方的关系阐述了自己的看法另外还对大公司中工会的作用进行了阐述。年的试卷中讲了thedifferencesbetweenmodernprivateandpubliclibraries谈话者对公共与私营图书馆在过去与现在的经营方式、功用等方面进行了对比并发表了个人的看法。年则谈了antinoisedevices制止噪音污染的问题。谈话者提出了问题及解决办法时代性较强。不论讲话者所涉及的内容是哪一方面讲话者一般都要描述现象或事物、阐述看法、提出建议或解决方案、进行对比等等。条理性较强。思路清晰。、对策多听广播多看报纸关心国内外大事。养成用英语记笔记的习惯。听时抓重点、要点记关键词尤其是实词。以听为主记为辅。做这一题型实际上分为理解、找出要点、笔录和填空等步骤。由于该测试目的是考查学生对讲座内容的理解和整体把握考试中所需要填空的单词均是有关讲座内容的实词而不是语法功能词。练习方法精听和泛听相结合精听的目的在于从who,what,when,where,why,how等角度入手,弄懂与之相关的细节性问题,而泛听则是听懂大意即可如何衡量自己是否听懂的一个行之有效的方法是复述听完一个片段后,将所听的内容重复一遍,如果具有较高的准确度,则说明听lefield,butonlythefearofdeath,cowardice,thenaturalinstinctofmantorunfromdangerMaggie:AGirloftheStreetsTheodoreDreiserSisterCarrieItisthestoryofapoorcountrygirlwhogoestoChicagotopursuetheAmericandreamJennieGerhardtTrilogyofDesireTheFinancierAnAmericanTragedy(consideredtobehisgreatestwork)ChapterAmericanModernism(世纪初)ModernPoetryInthethcentury,twocharacteristicstringsinAmericanpoetryareintrospectionandsocialcriticismThesetwothemesarefrequentlycombinedintointrospectivesocialcriticism,inwhichthepoetexploresthedepthsofhisownfeelingswithregardtowhatappearstohimtobetheinjusticesofthesocietythatformshisenvironmentDuringthefirstdecadeofthethcentury,modernismbecameaninternationaltendencyTheessenceofmodernismwasabreakwiththepastandfosteredselffulfillmentModernismdisplayeditsmomentumfirstinthemovementofImagism(意象派)EzraPound()founderoftheImagistmovementLeadingtheexperimentinrevolutionizingpoetry,hewasidentifiedasthefatherofmodernAmericanpoetryPoundwasAmerica’sfirstselfconsciousinnovatorinpoetryandoneofthemostimportantimagistpoetsandcriticsofhistimeHehadanenormousinfluenceonthemodernistwritersinBritainandAmericaafterWWIIInaStationoftheMetroPisanCantosRobertLeeFrost()HispoetryfocusedonthelandscapeandpeopleinNewEnglandHecombinedtraditionalverseformswithaclearAmericanlocalspeechrhythm,forminghisowncharacteristicsNewHampshireWallaceStevens()HewassharplyopposedtoEliot’searlierpessimismandlaterreligiousattitudeHewasprobablythemostconsistent,selfassuredspokesmanfortherationalisthumanisttraditionTheAurorasofAutumnThomasSternsEliot()Themostinfluentialpoet(NobelPrize)Hewasapoet,playwright,andliterarycriticHisliteraryreputationwasgenerallydeemedgreaterthanhisteacherEzraPoundHebecametheacknowledgedleaderofthenewpoetryandcriticismbyandalmostdominatedpoetryandcriticismintheperiodbetweentwoworldwarsAshWednesdayTheHollowManTheSacredWoodGerontionTheWasteLand(《荒原》)ItcatchespreciselythestateofcultureandsocietyafterWWI,andgraphicallyillustratesthespiritualpovertyoftheWestofthetimeIthasbeenregardedasacentraltextofmodernismModernFiction“LostGeneration”includedtheyoungEnglishandAmericanexpatriatesaswellasmenandwomencaughtinthewarandcutofffromtheoldvaluesandyetunabletocometotermswiththenewerawhencivilizationhadgonemadTheBeatGenerationwasaproductofthetimeSocialandintellectualchangesofthesinAmericacatalyzedtheBeatMovementTheBeatGenerationwasagenerationwhoaffectedanalienationfromgeneralsocietybecausetheyrejectedconventionalsocialandmoralvaluesErnestHemingway()(NobelPrize)HewasgenerallyregardedasspokesmanfortheLostGenerationHewasfamousforhisnovelsandshortstorieswritteninhisspare,laconic,yetintenseprosewithshortsentencesandveryspecificdetailsAlmostallhisstoriesdealwiththethemeofcourageinfaceoftragedyTheyrevealman’simpotenceanddespairingcouragetoasserthimselfagainstoverwhelmingoddsAFarewelltoArmsForWhomtheBellTollsTheSunAlsoRises(itpaintstheimageofawholegeneration–theLostGeneration)TheOldManandtheSea(IthighlightsthethemethatmancanbedestroyedbutnotdefeatedItisarepresentationoflifeasastruggleagainstunconquerableforcesinwhichonlyapartialvictoryispossible)FScottFitzgerald()(Spokesmanofthe“Roarings)HeisoftenacclaimedastheliteraryspokesmanoftheJazzAgeTheGreatGatsbyHismasterpiecenovelItisthestoryofanidealistwhowasdestroyedbytheinfluenceofthewealthy,pleasureseekingpeoplearoundhimInithesummarizedtheexperiencesandattitudesofthesTheLastTycoonThisSideofParadiseTenderIstheNightTalesoftheJazzAgeSinclairLewis()(satiricalcriticofthemiddleclass,NobelPrize)MainStreetItisabittercriticismofthedullness,hypocrisy,prejudice,andoppressionoflifeinaMiddleWesternvillagePublishedin,itwashismemorabledenunciationBabbittItisgenerallyregardedashisbestbookItcriticizesbourgeoismaterialismandthesuppressionofmoralconscienceundertheburdenofmiddleclasscustomsJeromeDavidSalinger()(spokesmanforthealienatedyouth)TheCatcherintheRyeItrevealstheyoungster’srebellionsagainstthedubiousvaluesoftheadultworldJohnSteinbeck()(spokesmanfortheoppressed,NobelPrize)HewasregardedastheforemostwriteroftheGreatDepressionduringthesHewasagreatspokesmanfortheoppressed,writingaboutthepovertystrickenpeopleintheirsufferingsTheGrapesofWrathThetitlemeansanangrycertaintyofinjusticeofthesystemthathasimpoverishedandenslavedthepeopleItaimstoconveytheharshrealityofthedepressionItwonaPulitzerPrizeThePearlOfMiceandMenAllenGinsberg()(BeatGeneration)HowlThenighthereadthispoemtohisfriendswascalled“thebirthtraumaoftheBeatGeneration”JackKerouac()(BeatGeneration)OntheRoadJohnUpdike()HeisgenerallyregardedasthemostrealisticofallthepostwarrealistsHeiscalledthe“sweetlonesomesingerofProtestantmediocrity”TheRabbitsSeries(thegreatestsuccessinhisliterarycareer)WilliamFaulkner()(innovativestylist,NobelPrize)HewastheforemostsouthernwriterofthethcenturyHisthemeisessentiallyananalysisoftheunderlyingcauseforthefailureanddecayoftheSouthbeforetheCivilWarHisfictioncarriesastrongsenseoffragmentationinsocialcommunityandwithintheindividualhimselfduetolossofloveandlackofemotionalresponseTheSoundandtheFuryItisastoryof“lostinnocence”Initheusedatechniquecalled“streamofconsciousness”,inwhichthewholestorywastoldthroughthethoughtsbyonecharacterAbsalomAbsalom!Itissaidtobea“historicalnovel”LightinAugustEugeneGaldstoneO’Neill()(NobelPrize)HewastheleadingplaywrightofthemodernperiodinAmericanliteratureHewaspessimistic,andmostofhisplaysaretragedies,dealingwithhumanexistenceandpredicamentLongDay’sJourneyIntoNightItconcernstheproblemofmodernman’sidentityIthasgaineditsstatusasaworldclassicandsimultaneouslymarkstheclimaxofhisliterarycareerandthecomingageofAmericandramaSaulBellow()(NobelPrize)TheAdventuresofAugieMarchEnglishLiteratureChapterOldandMedievalEnglishLiterature(C)英国文学的开始一般可以追溯到公元年左右的著名史诗《贝奥武甫》的问世。这也是英国古英语诗歌的开始。此后发展到以GeoffreyChaucer为代表的中古英国文学阶段。BeowulfItisthemostimpressivelongpoem(lines)inOldEnglishItisaheroicScandinavianepiclegendtoldintheEnglishlanguageInit,paganheroismandfatalismaremingledwithChristianqualitiesThepoetexpressesahopethatevilshouldbepunished,andtherighteouswillberewardedGeoffreyChaucer()HeisconsideredthefatherofEnglishpoetrybecauseheopenedabrilliantpageinEnglishliteratureandhadaprofoundinfluenceonmanyimportantEnglishpoetsItishimalonewho,forthefirsttimeinEnglishliterature,presentedtousacomprehensiverealisticpictureoftheEnglishsocietyofhistimeandcreatedawholegalleryofvividcharactersfromallwalksoflifeTheCanterburyTalesItishismonumentalsuccessItisacollectionofstoriestoldbyagroupofpilgrimsontheirwaytoCanterburyItwasinfluencedbyBoccaccio’sDecameron(《十日谈》)TroilusandCriseydeWilliamLangland()PiersthePlowmanAlongpoemofoverlines,apictureofFeudalEngland,asocialprotestfromtheviewpointofacommonmanandalsoenjoyedwidepopularityChapterTheRenaissancePeriod(C中期)Theword“Renaissance”means“rebirth”ItmeantthereintroductionintoWesternEuropeofthefullculturalheritageofGreeceandRomeTheessenceoftheRenaissanceisHumanismAttitudesandfeelingswhichhadbeencharacteristicofthethandthcenturiespersistedwelldownintotheeraofHumanismandReformationAndtherealmainstreamoftheEnglishRenaissanceistheElizabethandramaPhilipSidney()HebestrepresentedthespiritoftheElizabethanAgeInmanywayshestoodfortheRenaissanceidealof“thecompleteman”ArcadiaItisaproseromancefilledwithlyricsItisalsoconsideredasaforerunnerofthemodernworldAstrophelandStellaDefenseofPoetryEdmundSpenser()the“poet’spoet”oftheperiodHeismostfamousforhislongallegoricalromanceHispoetrycanbedescribedasaperfectmelody,araresenseofbeautyandasplendidimaginationThefaerieQueen(anallegoricalpoem寓言体诗)ItrepresentsboththeQueenElizabethandgloryInit,hespeaksofvirtuesoftheprivategentlemanItisremarkableforitsvividstyleandrichcontentInit,heoriginatedaninelineversestanza,nowknownastheSpenserianStanzaTheShepherdCalendarThomasMoreUtopiaChristopherMarlowe()aplaywrightEdwardIIDrFaustusTamburlaine(Tamburlainewasdescribedasacruelandambitiousman)TheJewofMaltaBenjaminJohnson()TheAlchemistWilliamShakespeare()HeisthegreatestofallElizabethandramatistsHissonnetsrepresentthefinestpoeticcraftsmanshipofElizabethanpoetryAndmanyofhisplaysenjoyinternationalpopularityHiscomedies(generalspiritisoptimism):TheMerchantofVeniceTwelfthNightAMidSummerNight’sDreamAsYouLikeItTragedies:HamletLingLearMacbethOthelloRomeoandJulietHistories:RichardIIRichardIIIHenryIVHenryVHenryVIJuliusCaesarFrancisBacon()HeisbestknownforhisessayswhichgreatlyinfluencedthedevelopmentofthisliteraryformHelaysthefoundationformodernsciencewithhisinsistenceonscientificwayofthinkingandfreshobservationratherthanauthorityasabasisforobtainingknowledgeEssaysAfterthepublicationofEssays,hebecamethefirstEnglish“essayist”JohnDonne()Hewrotepoemsthatwerebothobscene,vulgarandpoemsofseriousphilosophicalthinkingThesereflecthisfeelingoftheconflictbetweenthebodyandthesoulLater,theterm“metaphysicalpoetry”(玄学派诗歌)iscommonlyusedtonametheworkofthethcenturywriterswhowroteundertheinfluenceofhimTheHolySonnetsTheFleaGoandCatchaFallingStarTheSongsandSonnets(Loveisthebasicthemeinit)JohnMilton()ParadiseLost(Milton’smasterpieceandoneofthegreatestpoemsinworldliterature)ParadiseRegainedSamsonAgonistesItwaswrittenasa“closetdrama”,adramanotforstageperformance,butforreadingChapterTheNeoclassicalPeriod(C中C)EnlightenmentMovementwasaprogressiveintellectualmovement,whichflourishedinFranceandsweptthroughthewholeWesternEuropeThemovementwasafurtheranceoftheRenaissancefromthethcenturytothemidthcenturyThepurposeofthemovementwastoenlightenthewholeworldwiththelightofmodernphilosophicalandartisticideasItcelebratedreasonofrationality,equalityandscienceItadvocateduniversaleducationLiteratureatthetimebecameaverypopularmeansofpubliceducationWiththeintroductionoftheEnlightenmentMovementintoEngland,arevivalofinterestintheoldclassicalworkswasinfullswingThistendencyisknownastheneoclassicismTheneoclassicistsheldthatallformsofliteratureweretobemodeledaftertheclassicalworksoftheancientGreekandRomanwritersTheybelievedthattheartisticidealsshouldbeorder,logic,restrainedemotionandaccuracy,andthatliteratureshouldbejudgedintermsofthethematicconcernJohnDryden()AllforLoveAlexander’sFeastAnEssayofDramaticPoesy(HisbestworkInit,hediscussedtheworksofthegreatplaywrightsofGreeceandRome,theEnglishRenaissance,andcontemporaryFranceHewascalled“thefatherofEnglishCriticism”AlexanderPope()Hestronglyadvocatedneoclassicism,emphasizingthatliteraryworksshouldbejudgedbyclassicalrulesoforder,reason,logic,restrainedemotion,goodtasteanddecorumHefirstintroducedrationalismtoEnglandandisoneofthegreatestpoetsinhiscenturyaswellasintheEnglishliteratureworldAnEssayonCriticism(“Toerrishuman,toforgive,divine”“Alittlelearningisadangerousthing”)AnEssayonManOdysseyTheRapeoftheLockSamuelPepys()ThegreatestdiaristofthethcenturyTheDiaryDanielDefoe()RobinsonCrusoeHismasterpieceInthisnovel,hemainlyconcernsthestruggleoftheshipwreckedpersonsforsecurity,andeulogizestheheroofthehardworkingmiddleclass,andshowshissympathyforthedowntrodden,unfortunatepoorAJournalofthePlagueYearSamuelRichardson()HeisoftenregardedasthefounderoftheEnglishdomesticnovelPamelaClarissaTheHistoryofSirCharlesGrandisonHenryFielding()Ofallthethcenturynovelists,hewasthefirsttosetout,bothintheoryandpractice,towritespecificallya“comicepicinprose”,andthefirsttogivethemodernnovelitsstructureandstyleAmeliaJosephAndrewsTheHistoryofTomJones,aFoundlingHismasterpieceItbringshimthenameofthe“ProseHomer”JonathanSwift()HeisfamousforhissatiricalproseAModestProposalATaleofaTubGulliver’sTravelsOliverGoldsmith()apoetnovelistTheoutstandingrepresentativeoftheSentimentalistSchoolofthethcenturyTheVicarofWakefield(novel)TheDesertedVillage(poem)LaurenceSterneASentimentalismnovelistofthethcenturyTristramShandyASentimentalJournalJohnBunyan()ThePilgrim’sProgress(《天路历程》)HismasterpieceItisaproseallegorydepictingthepilgrimageofahumansoulinsearchofsalvationItisregardedasthemostsuccessfulreligiousallegoryintheEnglishlanguage《天路历程》是世纪英国文艺复兴后期作家班扬的经典之作被誉为“具有永恒意义的百科全书”是英国文学史上里程碑式的著作。许多文学史家将它与但丁的《神曲》、奥古斯丁的《忏悔录》并列为世界三大宗教题材文学杰作。RichardBrinsleySheridan()Inthetheatricalworldoftheneoclassicalperiod,hewastheleadingfigureamongthehostofplaywrightsSheridanwastheonlyimportantEnglishdramatistofthecenturyHisplays,espthefollowingtwo,aregenerallyregardedasimportantlinksbetweenthemasterpiecesofShakespeareandthoseofBernardShawTheSchoolofScandalTheRivalsSamuelJohnson()ADictionaryoftheEnglishLanguageThomasGrayElegyWritteninaCountryChurchyardGrayrevealshissympathyforthepoorandtheunknown,butmocksthegreatoneswhodespisethemandbringhavoconthemOdeontheSpringChapterTheRomanticPeriod(mCmC)Inthemidthcentury,anewliterarymovementcalledromanticismcametoEuropeandthentoEnglandItwascharacterizedbyastrongprotestagainstthebondageofneoclassicism,whichemphasizedreason,orderandelegantwitInstead,romanticismgaveprimaryconcerntopassion,emotion,andnaturalbeautyInthehistoryofliterature,RomanticismisgenerallyregardedasthethoughtthatdesignatesaliteraryandphilosophicaltheorywhichtendstoseetheindividualastheverycenterofalllifeandallexperienceTheRomanticperiodisanageofpoetryBlake,Wordsworth,Coleridge,Byron,ShelleyandKeatsarethemajorpoetsTheystartedarebellionagainsttheneoclassicalliterature,whichwaslaterregardedas“thepoeticrevolution”ItprevailedinEnglandfromtoWilliamBlake()ThedistinctivefeatureofhispoetryisthesymbolisminwiderangePoeticalSketchesSongsofExperienceSongsofInnocenceRobertBurns()ARed,RedRoseMyHeart’sintheHighlandWilliamWordsworth()TherepresentativepoetofpassiveromanticismHeisregardedasa“worshipperofnature”Wordsworth,ColeridgeandRobertSoutheyhaveoftenbeenmentionedasthe“Lakepoets”Hewasathisbestindescriptionsofmountainsandrivers,flowersandbirds,childrenandpeasants,andreminiscencesofhisownchildhoodandyouthHispoetryisdistinguishedbythesimplicityandpurityofhislanguage“Poetryisspontaneous”LyricalBallads(publishedin,itmarkedthebeginningofRomanticisminEnglishpoetryLucyPoemsMyHeartLeapsUpTotheCuckooSamuelTaylorColeridge()KublaKhanTheRimeoftheAncientMarinerChristabelTheFalloftheBastilleGeorgeGordonByron()ChildeHarold’sPilgrimageDonJuanPercyByssheShelley()OdetoaSkylarkOdetotheWestWindPrometheusUnboundADefenseofPoetryJohnKeats()IsabellaOdeonaGrecianUmOdetoaNightingaleOdetoautumnCharlesLamb()Hisinformalessaysobservedlifewithhumor,andofteninagloomytoneTalesfromShakespeareEssaysofEliaMaryShelleyFrankensteinJaneAusten()EmmaMansfieldParkPrideandPrejudiceSenseandSensibilityRobertSoutheyJoanofArcChapterVictorianPeriod()Althoughwritingfromdifferentpointsofviewandwithdifferenttechniques,writersintheVictorianPeriodsharedonthingincommon,thatis,theywereallconcernedaboutthefateofthecommonpeopleBythistime,RomanticismgraduallygavewaytorealismDuringtheVictorianAgethenovelgraduallybecamethedominantformofliteratureCharlesDickens()thegreatestrepresentativeofEnglishcriticalrealismHisworksarecharacterizedbyaminglingofhumorandpathosHisseriousintentionistoexposeandcriticizeallthepoverty,injustice,hypocrisyandcorruptnessheseesallaroundhimATaleofTwoCities(withFrenchRevolutionasitsbackground)DavidCopperfieldDombeyandSonGreatExpectationOliverTwist(astoryabouttheunderworldofLondonInthisnovel,Dickenscriticizesdehumanizingofworkhousesystem)HardTimesPicherwickPapersCharlotteBrotte()JaneEyreShirleyAnneBronte()AgnesGreyEmilyBronte()WutheringHeightsGeorgeEliot()DHLawrenceregardedherasthefirstnovelistthat“startedputtingalltheactionsinside”SilasMarnerTheMillontheFlossJosephConrad()HeartofDarknessLordJimRobertStevenson()TreasureIslandKidnappedWilliamMakepeaceThackeray()arepresentativeofcriticalrealisminthcenturyEnglandVanityFair(mostlydealingwiththemiddleandupperclasslife)ThomasCarlyle()LiteraryandsocialcriticismSartorResartusTheFrenchRevolutionHeroesandHeroWorshipPastandPresentJohnRuskin()ArtandsocialcriticismModernPaintersTheSevenLampsofArchitectureAlfredTennyson()themostprolificpoetinthethcenturyPoemsbyTwoBrothersThePrincessInMemoriamIdyllsoftheKingRobertBrowning()HewasaVictorianEnglishmaninhisinterestsandattitudes,andspentmostofhislifeinEnglandThepoeticformwhichBrowningattachedtomaturityandperfectionisdramaticmonologueHomeThoughtsfromAbroadTheRingandtheBook(itestablishedhispositionasoneofthegreatestEnglishpoets)ThomasHardy()novelistandpoet,thelastofthegreatVictoriannovelistsOneoftherepresentativesofEnglishcriticalrealismattheturnofthethcenturyHiswritingsrevealaprofoundlypessimisticsenseofhumansubjectiontofateandcircumstanceHenotonlyexposedandcriticizedallsortsofsocialqualities,butfinallycametoquestionandattacktheVictorianconventionsandmoralsMostofhisnovelsaresetinWessex,afictionalprimitiveregionFarFromtheMaddingCrownJudetheObscureTessoftheD’UrbervillesInthiswork,manisportrayedasnotbeingabletocontrolhisownfateTheMayorofCasterbridgeTheReturnoftheNativeWilliamMorris()ThefirstEnglishpoetandwriterwhovoicedtherevolutionaryidealofSocialisminhispoetryandproseTheEarthlyParadisePilgrimsofHopeADreamofJohnBallNewsfromNowhere(bothintheformofdreams)OscarWilde()AnIdealHusbandThePictureoDorainGrayAWomanofNoImportanceTheImportanceofBeingEarnestLadyWindermere’sFanTheHappyPrinceandOtherTalesGrahamGreene:oneofthegreatestcontemporarynovelistsinEnglandThePowerandtheGloryChapterTheModernPeriod(theendofC)Contrarytothetraditionalromanceofaristocrats,themodernEnglishnovelgivesarealisticpresentationofthecommonEnglishpeopleTherealistictraditionissensitivetoimmediatesocialissuesAfter,therealistictradition,thoughitcontinuedtolive,wasgraduallyovertakenbyotherliterarytrendssuchassymbolism,thestreamofconsciousnessandnaturalismEMFosterAPassagetoIndiaARoomwithaViewWhereAngelsFeartoTreadHowardsEndGeorgeBernardShaw()HeisconsideredtobethebestknownEnglishdramatistsinceShakespeareSomeofhisplayscanbetermedasproblemplaysAstronginfluencewasexercisedonShawbytheFabiansociety,theEnglishreformistorganizationMajorBarbaraMrsWarren’sProfessionWidowers’HousesPygmalionJohnGalsworthy()OneofthemostprominentofthethcenturyEnglishrealisticwritersAseriesofhisnovelsportrayedthehistoryofEnglishbourgeoislifeHealsodistinguishedhimselfasaplaywrightHiscriticismofthebourgeoisiewaslimitedtothespheresofethicsandaestheticsonlyTheForsyteSagaItisaboutalonghistoryoftheForsytefamilyintwotrilogies,eachconsistingthreenovelsandtwointerludesIttellsthestoryofseveralgenerationsofthebourgeoisForsytefamilyfromto,andunfoldsthegradualdecayanddeclineofthebourgeoisclassWilliamButlerYests()TheLandofHeart’sDesireTheTowerTSEliot()AnAmericanwhobecameBritishcitizenin,heistherepresentativeofthemodernSymbolistmetaphysicalschoolTheWasteLandMurderintheCathedralAshWednesdayFourQuartetsDavidHerbertLawrence()ThemajorconcernofhisfictionliesinthetracingofthepsychologicaldevelopmentofhischaractersandinhisenergeticcriticismofthedehumanizingeffectofthecapitalistindustrializationonhumannatureLadyChatterley’sLoverSonsandLoversTheRainbowTheWhitePeacockWomeninLoveItisregardedtobeamoreprofoundlyorderednovelthananyotherwritingsbyhimItisbetterstructuredthanothersWSMaugham()TheMoonandSixPenceHumanBondageGeorgeOrwell()AnimalFarmJamesJoyce()famousforhis“streamofconsciousness”APortraitoftheArtistasaYoungManDublinersFinnegansWakeUlyssesItisaprimeexampleofmodernisminliteratureItrecordsthementalactivitiesoftwoDublinersinasingledayThereisnostory,noplot,noactioninsidethenovelVirginiaWoolf()SherepresentsthemuchmorereadablenovelistsofthestreamofconsciousnessschoolMrsDallowayTotheLighthouseTheWavesOrland
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