atmosphere of late eighteenth and early nineteenth-century England
It is principally concerned with courtship rituals of the English gentry.
The novel is much more than a comedic love story
Through Austens subtle and ironic style, it addresses economic, political, feminist, sociological, and philosophical themes,
Inspire a great deal of diverse critical commentary on the meaning of the work.
and Achitophel’을 1681년에 발표하였고, 1682년에 `Macflecknoe`를 발표하여 그의 진가를 발휘하였다. 그는 자신의 희곡에 서문을 붙였으며 ‘An Essay of Dramatic Poesy(1668)`과 `A Discours Concerning the Original and Progress of Satire(1692)` 에서는 비평의 원리를 명쾌하게 논술하여 Dr.Johnson으로부터 “The Father of English Criticism"이
Satire. 1a. A literary work in
which human vice or folly is
ridiculed or attacked scornfully.
B. The branch of literature that
composes such work. 2. Irony,
derision or caustic wit used to
attack or expose folly, vice or
INT. APARTMENT - MORNING
WE are in the living quarters of PIERRE DELACROIX. The
windows overlook the Brooklyn Promenade and the majestic
lower Manhattan skyline.
and tendencies of the English Renaissance was Edmund Spenser. His unfinished epic poem The Faerie Queen (1596) is a treasure house of romance, allegory, adventure, Neoplatonic ideas, patriotism, and Protestant morality, all presented in a variety of literary styles. The ideal English Renaissance man was Sir Philip Sidney-scholar, poet, critic, courtier, diplomat, and soldier-who died in battle at
John Dryden (9 Aug 1631 – 30 April 1700), nicknamed Town-Bayes, an influential English poet, literary critic, translator, and playwright who dominated the literary life of Restoration England.
Born in the village rectory of Aldwincle, Northamptonshire. The eldest of 14 children of Eramus Dryden and Mary Pickering – an Parliamentary supporting family with Puritan learnings.