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模拟练习与答案

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第五章模拟练习与答案B!ankFillingstandsasagreatdividinglinebetweenthenineteenthcenturyandthecontemporaryAmericanliteraturebecamethespokesmanforwhatGertrudeSteinhadcalled"thelostgeneration"combinedtraditionalverseformswithaclearAmericanlocalspeechrhythm,forminghisowncharacteristicFitzgerald'sTheGreatGatsbyissetintheAgeIn,SinclairLewispublishedhismemorabledenunciationofAmericansmalltownProvincialisminFitzgeraldsummarizedtheexperiencesandattitudesofthesdecadeinhismasterpiecenovelEarlyinthes,themostprominentofthenewAmericanplaywrights,whosenameis,establishedaninternationalreputationTheCountyisalegendarykingdomcreatedbyFaulknerTheofthesgreatlyweakenedtheAmericannation'sselfconfidenceTheAmericanwritersofthesoftenusedthepsychologicalinsightstakenfromthewritingofSigmundandhisfollowersAnAmericanwomanwriternamedwhohadlivedinParissince,welcomedtheyoungexpatriatestoherliterarysalon,andgavethemaname"thelostgeneration"wroteaboutthedisintegrationoftheoldsocialsystemintheAmericanSouthernStates,anditseffectonthelivesofmodempeople,bothblackandwhitePoundwastheleaderofanewmovementinpoetrywhichhecalledthe“movementEzraPound'smajorworkofpoetryisthelongpoemcalledRobertFrost'sfirstbookbroughthimtotheattentionofinfluentialcritics,suchasEzraPound,whopraisedhimasanauthenticpoet"AfterApplePicking"isawellknownpoemwrittenbyWilliamFaulkner'sworksmainlyconcerntheAmericanRobertFrost'spoetryfocusedonthelandscapeandpeoplein“TheapparitionofthesefacesinthecrowdPetalsonawet,blackbough"iswrittenbywassuccessfulintwofieldsofactivitywhichdidnotseemcompatiblewithoneanother:hewasaverysuccessfulbusinessmanandaveryremarkablecontemporarypoetatthesametimeAfterhisdeath,StevenspreviouslyuncollectedworksappearedinthetitleofFitzgerald'sfirstnovel,withitsportrayalofcasualdissipationsof"flamingyouth",wasanimmediatecommercialsuccessIn,FitzgeraldwrotehisbestnovelItisthestoryofanidealistwhowasdestroyedbytheinfluenceofthewealthy,pleasureseekingpeoplearoundhimWiththepublicationofTheSunAlsoRises,becamethespokesmanforwhatGertrudeSteinhadcalled"thelostgeneration"Hemingway'sstatureasawriterwasconfirmedwiththepublicationofhisnovelinThenovelportrayedafarewellbothtowarandtoloveInthenovelTheOldManandtheSea,Hemingwayportrayedanoldfishermannamed,whoshowstriumphantevenindefeatIn,Hemingwaywasawardedaforhis"masteryoftheartofmodemnarration"InthesamewaythatFitzgerald's"TalesoftheJazzAge"becamethesymbolforanage,Hemingway'snovelpaintedtheimageofawholegeneration,thelostgenerationIntheshortnovel,SteinbeckportrayedthetragicfriendshipbetweentwomigrantworkersIntheworkSteinbeckdescribedthefateofthelowlywhoseinstinctiveresponsestolifeledonlytodestructionisgenerallyregardedasSteinbeck'smasterpieceIn,Steinbeckpublished,acollectionofshortstorieswhichvividlydescribedthelifeofpoorMexicanAmericanswithaffectionandhumourSteinbeck'spostwarnovelreflectedhisbitterfeelingsagainstthosegreedy,rapaciouselementsofsocietywhichmadethewarpossibleFitzgerald'ssecondnovel,describesahandsomeyoungmanandhisbeautifulwife,undoubtedlymodelledafterhimselfandZeldaO’Neill’splayconcernstheproblemofmodemman'sidentityⅡMultipleChoiceInwhichofthefollowingworks,HemingwaypresentshisphilosophyaboutlifeanddeaththroughthedepictionofthebullfightasakindofmicrocosmictragedyATheGreenHillsofAfricaBTheSnowsofKilimanjaroCToHaveandHaveNotDDeathintheAfternoonisoftenacclaimedliteraryspokesmanoftheJazzAgeAErnestHemingwayBFScottFitzgeraldCWilliamFaulknerDEzraPoundisHemingway'sfirsttruenovelinwhichhedepictsavividportraitof"TheLostGeneration"ATheSunAlsoRisesBAFarewelltoArmsCInOurTimeDForWhomtheBellTollsFitzgerald'sfictionalworldisthebestembodimentofthespiritofAtheJazzAgeBtheRomanticPeriodCtheRenaissancePeriodDtheNeoclassicalPeriodWhichofthefollowingfiguresdoesnotbelongto"TheLostGeneration''AEzraPoundBWilliamCarlosWilliamsCRobertFrostDTheodoreDreiserInatragicsense,isarepresentationoflifeasastruggleagainstunconquerableforcesinwhichonlyapartialvictoryispossibleAForWhomtheBellTollsBInOurTimeCTheOldManandtheSeaDAFarewelltoArmsFaulkneroncesaidthatisastoryof"lostinnocence,"whichprovesitselftobeanintensificationofthethemeofimprisonmentinthepastATheSoundandtheFuryBLightinAugustCGoDown,MosesDAbsalom,AbsalomRobertFrostcombinedtraditionalverseformsthesonnet,rhymingcouplets,blankversewithaclearAmericanlocalspeechrhythm,thespeechoffarmerswithitsidiosyncraticdictionandsyntaxAsouthernBwesternCNewHampshireDNewEnglandInwhichofthefollowingpoemsbyEzraPounddidyoufindtheallusiontoViShangAInaStationoftheMetroBTheRiverMerchant'sWife:ALetterCAPactDHughSelwynMauberleyWho,oneofthemostimportantpoetsinhistime,isaleadingspokesmanofthe"ImagistMovement"AJDSalingerBEzraPoundCRichardWrightDRalphEllisonSinclairLewis'BabbittpresentsadocumentarypictureofthenarrowandlimitedAupclassmindBmiddleclassmindCproletarianDordinarypeopleYank'ssenseofbelongingnowhere,hencehomelessandrootlessTheHairyApeisthusaplaythatconcernstheproblemofmodernman'sMAloveBhomeyrelationsCidentityDdevelopmentInARoseForEmily,FaulknermakesbestuseofdevicesinnarrationAromanticBrealisticCgothicDmodernistAmericandictioninthesandsprovestobedifferentfromitspredecessorsItisalwaysreferredtoasAImagismBblackhumourCnewfictionDtheBeatGenerationAsanautobiographicalplay,O'Neill's()hasgaineditsstatusasaworldclassicandsimultaneouslymarkstheclimaxofhisliterarycareerandthecomingofageofAmericandramaALongDay'sJourneyIntoNightBTheHairyApeCDesireUndertheElmsDTheIcemanComethTenderIstheNightisabyFitzgeraldAshortstoryBnovellaCpoemDnovelTheleadingplaywrightofthemodemperiodinAmericanliterature,ifnotthemostsuccessfulinallhisexperiments,isAArthurMillerBTennesseeWilliamCRobertFrostDEugeneO'NeillFromEugeneO'Neill'sworks,wecanseeheisAamanofoptimismBamanofpessimismCamanofapathyDamanofinactivityisHemingway'sfirsttruenovel,whichportrays"TheLostGeneration"AForWhomtheBellTollsBTheOldManandtheSeaCTheSunAlsoRisesDAFarewelltoArmsisadramatistwhoholdsthecentralpositioninAmericandramathemodernisticperiodASinclairLewisBEugeneO'NeillCArthurMillerDTennesseeWilliamsissaidtobea"historicalnovel"byFanlknerAGoDown,MosesBLightinAugustCTheSoundandtheFuryDAbsalom,Absalomstemsfromtheambiguityofthespeaker'schoicebetweensafetyandtheunknownAMendingtheWallBHomeBurialCTheRoadNotTakenDStoppingbyWoodsonaSnowyEveningHemingway'swritingstyle,togetherwithhisthemeandthehero,isgreatlyandpermanentlyinfluencedbyhisexperiencesAinhischildhoodBinthewarCinAmericaDinAfricaThefollowingwriterswereawardedNobelPrizeforliteratureexceptAW'dliamFaulknerBFScottFitzgeraldCJohnSteinbeckDErnestHemingwayfusessymbolism,poetry,andtheaffirmationofapaganidealismtoshowhowmaterialisticcivilizationdeniesthelifegivingimpulsesanddestroysthegenuineartistADesireUndertheElmsBTheEmperorJonesCLazarusLaughedDTheGreatGodBrownMostofEugeneO'Neill'splaysaretragedies,dealingwithAclassconflictsBhumanexistenceandpredicamentCracialdiscriminationDdomesticaffairsisnotconsideredtobeoneofthemastersinthefieldofAmericanfictioninthemodernisticperiodAFScottFitzgeraldBErnestHemingwayCArthurMillerDWilliamFaulkner"TworoadsdivergedinayellowwoodandsorryIcouldnottravelboth"IntheabovetwolinesofRobertFrost'sTheRoadNotTaken,thepoet,byimplication,wasreferringtoAatravelexperienceBamarriagedecisionCamiddleagecrisisDone'scourseoflifeTheAmerican"Thirties",lastedfromtheCrash,throughtheensuingGreatDepression,untiltheoutbreakoftheSecondWorldWarThiswasaperiodApovertyBbleaknessCimportantsocialmovementsDanewsocialconsciousnessEalloftheaboveshowedgreatinterestinChineseliteratureandtranslatedthepoetryofLiPointoEnglish,andwasinfluencedbyConfucianideasAEzraPoundBRobertFrostCTSEliotDEECummingsEzraPound'slongpoemcontainedmorethanonehundredpoemslooselyconnectedATheWasteLandBTheCantosCDonJuanDQueenMabWallaceStevens'poetryisprimarilymotivatedbythebeliefthattrueideascorrespondwithaninnateorderinnatureManyofhisgoodpoemsderivetheiremotionalpowerfromreasonedrevelationThisphilosophicalintentionissupportedbythetitlesStevensgavetohisvolumessuchasAHarmoniumBIdeasofOrderCPartsofaWorldDAlloftheaboveTheFitzgeraldslivedsoextravagantlythattheyfrequentlyspentmoremoneythanFitzgeraldearnedforparties,liquor,entertainingtheirfriendsandtravellingItwasthislivingstylethatnicknamedthedecadeofthesasATheRoaringTwentiesBTheJazzAgeCTheDollarDecadeDalloftheaboveIn,wasawardedtheNobelPrizeforliteratureforhis"masteryoftheartofmodernnarration"ATSEliotBErnestHemingwayCJohnSteinbeckDWilliamFaulknerwroteaboutthesocietyintheSouthbyinventingfamilieswhichrepresenteddifferentsocialforces:theolddecayingupperclasstherising,ambitious,unscrupulousclassofthe"poorWhites"andtheNegroeswholabouredforbothofthemAFaulknerBFitzgeraldCHemingwayDSteinbeckInFaulkner'sTheSoundandtheFury,heusedatechniquecalledinwhichthewholestorywastoldthroughthethoughtsofonecharacterAstreamofconsciousnessBimagismCsymbolismDnaturalismMostofthewritersinthemodernperiodwereabletoprobeintotheinnerworldofhumanrealityonthebaseofAWilliamJames'"streamofconsciousness"BCarlJung's"collectiveunconscious"and"archetypalsymbol"CSigmundFreud's"interpretationofdreams"DalloftheaboveWritersofthefirstpostwareraselfconsciouslyacknowledgedthattheyWereAaLostGenerationBaBeatGenerationCaJazzGenerationDnoneoftheaboveWhoistheauthorofthework:"TheGrapesofWrath"AJohnSteinbeckBEugeneO'NeilCEScottFitzgeraldDTheodoreDreiserInSinclairLewispublishedhismemorabledenunciationofAmericansmalltownprovincialisminAMainStreetBAnAmericanTragedyCWinesburg,OhioDSisterCarrieⅢIdentificationofFragmentsPassageInaStationoftheMetroTheapparitionofthesefacesinthecrowdPetalsonawet,blackboughQuestions:WhoistheauthorofthisshortpoemWhattwoimagesarejuxtaposed,orplacednexttoeachotherinthispoemHowdoyouappreciatethispoemPassageThewoodsarelovely,darkanddeepButIhavepromisedtokeep,AndmilestogobeforeIsleep,AndmilestogobeforeIsleepQuestions:WhoistheauthorofthispoemWhatisthetitleofthispoemWhatkindoffeelingdoesthisstanzashowHowdoyouappreciatethispoemPassage"WhenMissEmilyGeriesondied,ourwholetownwenttoherfuneral:thementhroughasortofrespectableaffectionforafallenmonument,thewomenmostlyoutofcuriositytoseetheinsideofherhouse,whichnoonesaveanoldmanservantacombinedgardenerandcookhadseeninatleasttenyears"Questions:WhichworkisthispassagetakenfromWhoisthewriteroftheworkPassage"Ishallbetellingthiswithasignsomewhatagesandageshence:Tworoadsdivergedinawood,andIItooktheonelesstravelledby,Andthathasmadeallthedifference"Questions:WhoistheauthorofthispoemIdentifythetitleoftheshortpoemfromwhichthispartistakenInoneortwosentences,interprettheimpliedmeaningofthelasttwolinesPassageTheywerecarelesspeople,TomandDaisyTheysmashedupthingsandcreaturesandthenretreatedbackintotheirmoneyortheirvastcarelessness,orwhateveritwasthatkeptthemtogether,andletotherpeoplecleanupthemesstheyhadmadeQuestions:WhichnovelisthispassagetakenfromWhoisthewriterofthisnovelWhatistheauthor'sattitudetowardsuchpersonasTomandDaisyPassagePoor,poordearCatAndthiswasthepriceyoupaidforsleepingtogetherThiswastheendofthetrapThiswaswhatpeoplegotforlovingeachotherThankGodforgas,anywayWhatmustithavebeenlikebeforetherewereanaestheticsOnceitstarted,theywereinthemillraceCatherinehadagoodtimeinthetimeofpregnancyItwasn'tbadShewashardlyeversickShewasnotawfullyuncomfortableuntiltowardthelastSonowtheygotherintheendYounevergotawaywithanythingGetawayhell!ItwouldhavebeenthesameifWehadbeenmarriedfiftytimesAndwhatifsheshoulddieShewon'tdiePeopledon'tdieinchildbirthnowadaysThatwaswhatallhusbandsthoughtYes,butwhatifsheshoulddieShewon'tdieShe'sjusthavingabadtimeAfterwardwe'dsaywhatabadtimeandCatherinewouldsayitwasn'treallysobadButwhatifsheshoulddieQuestions:WhichnovelisthispassagetakenfromWhoisthewriterofthisnovelfromwhichthepassageisselectedWhataboutthelanguagestylePassageThemigrantpeople,scuttlingforwork,scrabblingtolive,lookedalwaysforpleasure,manufacturedpleasure,andtheywerehungryforamusementSometimesamusementlayinspeech,andtheyclimbeduptheirliveswithjokesAnditcameaboutinthecampsalongtheroad,ontheditchbanksbesidethestreams,underthesycamores,thatthestorytellergrewintobeing,sothatthepeoplegatheredinthelowfirelighttohearthegiftedonesQuestions:WhichnovelisthispassagetakenfromWhoisthewriterofthisnovelPassageIplacedajarinTennessee,Androunditwas,uponahillItmadetheslovenlywildernessSurroundthathillQuestions:WhatisthetitleofthisselectedpoemWhoisthewriterWhatshapeisthejarWhendidthespeakerplaceitⅣShortessayquestionsWhataretheartisticcharacteristicsinHemingway'snovelsWhattheorieshaveinfluencedthedevelopmentoftheAmericanliteratureinthemodemperiodAndinwhatwaytheydiditInwhatwaywasO'NeillanexperimentalistindramaticartComparedwithearlierwritings,especiallythoseofthethcentury,whatⅠarethecharacteristicsofmodemAmericanwritingsEzraPoundisoneofthepioneersinmodempoetryHowdoyouunderstandhisfamouscomment"Theimageitselfisthespeech""theGreatGatsby",amasterpieceinAmericanliterature,evokesahauntingmoodofaglamorous,wildtimethatseeminglywillnevercomeagainBasedonthenovel,discussthecharacteristicsofFitzgerald'sworksWhatarethethreemainprinciplesthatEzraPoundendorsedWhatdoesYoknapatwaphaCountystandforinFaulkner'snovelsBrieflydiscussTheGreatGatsbyWhatis“TheLostGeneration”

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