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英美文學 熱門考古題考前重點複習

《英美文史》考前考古題 懶人包 

l   Early and Medieval Period  

l   Geoffrey Chaucer  The Canterbury Tales

l   The Period of English Renaissance  

l   Edmund Spenser   The Faerie Queene

l   Francis Bacon    Essays, “The Advancement of Learning”, “New Instrument”

l   William Shakespeare    Four Great Tragedies= HamletOthelloKing LearMacbeth

l   Four Great Comedies= A Mid-Summer Night’s DreamAs You Like ItThe Merchant of VeniceTwelfth Night

l   The Period of English Bourgeois Revolution

l   John Bunyan   The Pilgrim’s Progress

l   John Miltion    Paradise Lost

l   The 18th Century

l   Alexander Pope   Essay on CriticismThe Rape of the Lock, Essay on Man

l   Jonathan Swift   Gulliver’s Travels, “ A Modest Proposal”

l   Daniel Defoe   Robinson Crusoe

l   Samuel Richardson    PamelaClarissa

l   Henry Fielding   Tom JonesJoseph Andrews

l   The Romantic Period

l   William Wordsworth    Lyrical Ballads

l   Samuel Taylor Coleridge    “The Rime of Ancient Mariner”, “Kubla Khan”

l   Lord Byron   Don Juan, Childe Harold’s Pilgrimage

l   Percy Bysshe Shelley   Prometheus UnboundQueen MabThe Revolt of Islam, “Ode to the West Wind”

l   John Keats   Endymion, Lamia, Hyperion, “Ode on a Grecian Urn”

l   The 19th Century

l   William Makepeace Thackeray     Vanity Fair

l   Charles Dickens    Oliver TwistDavid CopperfieldA Tale of Two Cities

l   Jane Austen   Pride and PrejudiceSense and Sensibility

l   Charlotte Bronte   Jane Eyre

l   Emily Bronte    Wuthering Heights

l   George Eliot    The Mill on the Floss, Silas Marner

l   Thomas Hardy  Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Jude the Obscure, The Mayor of Casterbridge

l   The Modern Period

l   T. S. Eliot    The Wasteland

l   D. H. Lawrence    Sons and LoversWomen in Love, The Rainbow, Lady Chatterley’s Lover

l   James Joyce    Ulysses

l   Virginia Woolf    To the LighthouseMrs. Dalloway


l   The Colonial Period

l   Benjamin Franklin  Poor Richard’s AlmanacThe Autobiography of Benjamin Franklin

l   The Romantic Period

l   Washington Irving    Rip Van Winkle, “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”

l   Henry David Thoreau    Walden

l   Nathaniel Hawthorne    The Scarlet Letter, House with Seven Gabbles

l   Herman Melville    Moby Dick

l   Walt Whitman    Leaves of Grass, Song of Myself

l   The Realistic Period

l   William Dean Howells   The Rise of Silas Lapham

l   Henry James    A Portrait of a Lady, Daisy Miller

l   Mark Twain    The Adventures of Tom SawyerThe Adventures of Huckleberry Finn

l   Stephen Crane    The Red Badge of Courage

l   Frank Norris  McTeague

l   Theodore Dreiser   Sister Carrire, An American Tragedy

l   F. Scott Fitzgerald    The Great Gatsby

l   Ernest Hemingway    A Farewell to ArmsFor Whom the Bell TollsThe Old Man and the Sea

l   William Faulkner    The Sound and the Fury

l   American Drama

l   Eugene O’Neill    Long Day’s Journey Into the NightThe Hairy ApeEmperor Jones

l   Arthur Miller    Death of a Salesman



  1. 1.      Samuel Richardson -epistolary novelist
  2. 2.     Sir Walter Scott - historical novel.
  3. 3.     Samuel Richardson’s Pamela is - psycho-analytical novel
  4. 4.     Henry James-realistic writer-literature of “psychological realism.”
  5. 5.     English Romantic Period –Lyrical Ballads in 1798
  6. 6.     Ezra Pound -leader of Imagist poet
  7. 7.     William Shakespeare- blank verse
  8. 8.     novel in 18th century in England – reflects the ordinary life of the ordinary people in reality.
  9. 9.     Classic poets – follow certain fixed rules in writing literature.ðAlexander Pope -representative classic poet
  10. 10.   Critical Realist School -Dickens & Thackeray.
  11. 11.    Nathaniel Hawthorne- Romantic Period- romances.
  12. 12.   Ernest Hemingway -the “lost generation”
  13. 13.   Mark Twain- “local colour.”
  14. 14.   Fitzgerald- detailed descriptions in his masterpiece The Great Gatsby.
  15. 15.   T. S. Eliot- modern poet. His representative work, The Wasteland, represents the spiritual emptiness of the human world.
  16. 16.   Benjamin Franklin- Poor Richard’s Almanac,
  17. 17.   Emily Dickinson* her poetry is characterized with concise, direct and simple diction and syntax.[1]
  18. 18.   Dean Howells -representative of American realistic novel.* To him, realism is by no means mere “photographic pictures of externals” but includes a central concern with “motives” and psychological conflicts.
  19. 19.   Arther Miller –he mostly concerned about the dilemma of modern man –Death of a Salesman 
  20. 20.   Faulkner-a daring formal experimentalist. - complicated methods of narration.
  21. 21.   New England Transcendentalists
  22. 22.   Eugene O’Neil - dramatist -American modern drama. -the owner of the Pulitzer Prize and the Nobel Prize.
  23. 23.   As to “The Norman Conquest” and “The English Conquest, ”What are their impact on the English language and literature?
  24. 24.  What are the features of Shakespeare’s literary works?
  25. 25.  What are the respective features of Charles Dickens’ literary works?
  26. 26.  Who are active romanticists and what is their respective features?
  27. 27.  What were the basic principles of classicists?
  28. 28.  What is the evident importance of Sir Walter Scott in the history of English literature?
  29. 29.  What are the fundamental principles held by naturalist writers? What’s the difference between naturalist literature and realistic literature?
  30. 30.  What’s the significance of the image about Robinson Crusoe in Defoe’s Robinson Crusoe?
  31. 31.   What’s the significance of the image about Santiago inHemingway’s The Old Man and the Sea?
  32. 32.  What were the two important literary movement and school in the early part of the 18th century England? And what was their influence on English literature? 
  33. 33.  What are the dramatic creation in William Shakespeare’s period? What are the features of the respective periods?

[1] syntax n.【語法】1.句法;句子結構學。2.措辭法,字句排列法。

Wise Library 1985

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