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The History of English Literature (Naxos AudioBooks Histories series) (英語) CD – Audiobook, 2005/10/31


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The remarkable story of the world's richest literary resource, the story telling, poetry, the growth of the novel and the greatest histories and essays, which have informed the language and the imagination wherever English is spoken.

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26 人中、25人の方が、「このレビューが参考になった」と投票しています。
Fascinating 2002/7/12
投稿者 "honeydick" - (Amazon.com)
形式: CD
The History of English Literature is an audio documentary presenting the finest authors England has to offer. From Chaucer to the present the narrator guides the listener on an audio journey telling him all about the different authors and styles of writing. In addition historical foot notes are given as well to give the listener an idea of what influnced a particular author during the time he or she was writing. In brief politics, the church and royalty not to mention social change all played major parts throughout the centuries to give each period a unique prospective. Dozens of authors and poets are covered here although in breif. Eliot, Austen, Dickens, Wolf, Wells, Blake, Woodsworth and so on. The list is quite extensive and it will give the casual listner a great overview of the written word. As stated each author or poet is presented briefly some merely only getting a mention while others are talked about more thoroughly and even have excerpts from their works read out. It is a great listening experience for one who wants to approach the topic casualy and learn as much about it in the least amount of time. I managed to get through the whole book in a matter of three days but I simply loved how it all was executed. So if you found your high school or college lit courses tiresome but still are interested to see how the novel of today was formulated or what the poets of years past had to say and how they shaped the literary landscape I highly recommend this audio book by Naxos. It is something you will want to refer to time and time again. A great audio documentary to add to your library. This audiobook contains four CD's. It is read by a single narrator but the excerpts are read by various other readers. It also has musical breaks between each section of the text.
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Everything your High School Teacher Should have Taught you about Literature...and didn't. 2008/7/3
投稿者 Gerard D. Launay - (Amazon.com)
形式: CD Amazonで購入
I love this book. I think about my time in high school listening to dreadful lectures on English literature, theater, and the great books. How things would have been different if I had listened to this glorious audiobook. Not only is it sharply written, but Sir Derek Jacobi narrates the story of literature with a sardonic edge, so that you can't wait to hear what he has to say next. He draws you into the story of the literature...what makes these great books or poems distinguished...what makes them interesting...what makes them new and exciting. Of course, we hear samples from the 1300's - Canterbury Tales (and) Sir Gawain and the Green Knight...to the present, over 100 samples to be exact. I want to go back and read these wonderful books he talks about. After experiencing this wonderful book, I want to sing about English literature. Truly, if you have a high school student who thinks that literature is dead or boring, look no further than this audio CD. I cannot give it enough praise.
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Just wonderful!!! 2010/9/18
投稿者 Maria - (Amazon.com)
形式: CD Amazonで購入
The History English of Literature is delightful. The narrator is great, the historical background provides the necessary foundation for the understanding of the issues which influenced authors. The excerpts are carefully chosen, thus portraying in a solid manner the contribution such authors made to the English literature. I absolutely recommend it! Maria Beuttenmüller.
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Wonderful Listening Experience 2009/1/7
投稿者 Katherine M. Orlopp - (Amazon.com)
形式: CD Amazonで購入
This audiobook is really a performance rather than a book read aloud. It's wonderful - fun, educational, relaxing. Get it!
"Taylor... I do not wish to be advised how to think". quote of Muriel Spark's from CD4 2012/7/31
投稿者 samuel clemens - (Amazon.com)
形式: CD
Well produced and rich with capable narration of snippets out of English works ranging from Chaucer to the Postmoderns (earning for it the 2nd star I gave it) this 'History' could have been executed far better, but for the sweeping generalizations made throughout the main narrator's script, especially regarding the most recent works and world events. Simplistic, patronizing and in some cases not only controversial but completely incorrect, the fourth CD unwinds like a lecture from a pedantic and haughty college professor, who doesn't realize he's being either of those things even while he insults his students and eviscerates his subject. This is the orthodoxy of the canon that leaves out so many talented writers along the way in order to tout those accepted to closed minds that soak up vastly inflated college tuition monies while expecting regurgitation of their overbearing half-digested tripe. These are minds that dismiss the work of those same "accepted writers" when it doesn't meet the dry requirements of such critical geldings-- one small but prominent example of this was their treatment of Dylan Thomas, in the middle of sentences discussing war poets! If you haven't read or thought independently from these kind of pathetic critical stooges, I'm sure this presentation will seem a perfectly reasonable and horizon-widening experience for you. Otherwise, perhaps you'll find yourself more than a little irritated with the narrow-mindedly judgmental approach employed by the script writers of this disappointing sampler.
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