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History Of English Literature

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The general examination of urine

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Biochemical analysis of blood

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Rooting blood analysis

date Íb Eryth. õ1012 CI Leuc õ109 eos bas juv. band seg. lym mon ESR Blood clotting time   Bleeding time
                             
                             

 

The general examination of urine

date Amount Spesific gravity pH Proteinuria Glucosuria ketonuria Epithelium   Leucocytes Erythrocytes   Casts   Cristals:   Mucous
                           
                           

 

Urinal examination according to Nechepurenco _______________________________

Biochemical analysis of blood

date protein glucose bilirubin creatinine urea ALT AST Amylase
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Urinal examination according to Zymnitzky

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History Of English Literature

Annotation

The course of lectures is designed to acquaint students with the main outlines of English literature and provides an overview of its evolution covering several centuries, from its dawn to modern time. The thematic organization should assist students of Bachelor Departments in their studies. The text of lectures will be an important addition to available sources of information on English literature.

Contents

Introduction
Theme 1: The Dawn of English Literature. The Anglo-Saxon and Norman Periods
Theme 2: The Literature of the 14th and 15th Centuries.
Theme 3: Renaissance. William Shakespeare's Work and His Theatre.
Theme 4: The Enlightenment and Reflection of its Ideas in English Literature.
Theme 5: Romanticism.
Theme 6: Critical Realism.
Theme 7: She-writers in English Literature of the 19th Century.
Theme 8: English Writers at the Turn of the Century (end of 19th and beginning of the 20th century).
Theme 9: English Literature of the 20th Century (1st half).
Theme 10: English Literature of the 20th Century (2nd half).
Literature.
Key Words and Expressions

Introduction

English literature is often described as beginning with Chaucer. This would give England six centuries of literature. Actually there were more than six centuries of literature before Chaucer was born. The modern reader can make out the general meaning of a page of Chaucer without difficulty, but if he looks at the earliest English literature he finds that it doesn't read like English. The two most important events in the history of England took place before the Norman Conquest. One of them was the period when Angles, Saxons and Jutes came to England.

Literature in the Anglo-Saxon period was recorded in manuscripts, among which is 'The Song of Beowulf'.

Each art has its own medium: the painter his pigments, the musician his sound, and the writer, words. The difficulty of the writer is that words are used for all everyday purposes, so that they become worn, 'like coins rubbed by long use'. Modern poetry begins with Geoffrey Chaucer, diplomat, soldier and scholar. Chaucer as a poet is so good that he makes the fifteenth century appear dull. 'His imitators are brought on to the stage of literature only to receive cat-calls'.

The poets of the century after Chaucer were involved further in the changing nature of the language. The new way in English poetry came mainly through the imitation of Italian models and it brought difficulties of its own. Some poets struggled to render into English the fourteen-line Italian form of the sonnet, which was one of the most popular forms of poetry in the period of Renaissance. Shakespeare also used this form but he was different. Some of his sonnets are addressed not to a woman but to a young man; others are written not with adoration but with an air of disillusioned passion to a 'dark lady'. But his name in English literature is mainly associated with his plays.

It is false to consider the drama merely as a part of literature. For Literature is an art dependent upon words, but the drama is a multiple art, using words, scenic effects, the gestures of the actors, and the organizing talents of a producer. Shakespeare knew that the play must come first, and the words, however brilliant, must be subservient to it. While nothing can explain the genius of Marlowe, or Shakespeare, the changes in the form of the drama can be in part explained by the revival of interest in classical drama. The classical drama gave examples both for comedy and tragedy and the Renaissance imposed a learned tradition upon a English national drama.

The 17th century is in many ways the century of transition into the modern world. It was linked with a generous sentiment towards humanity, and towards movements which drew attention to the great gulf between the wealthy and elegant society of the century and the conditions of those who lived in poverty.

The first thirty years of the 19th century are marked by a cluster of poets whose work differed from that of their predecessors. They all had a deep interest in nature not as a centre of beautiful scenes but as an informing and spiritual influence on life. In the poetry of all romantic poets, there is a sense of wonder, of life seen with new sensibility and fresh vision. This strangeness of the individual experience leads each of the romantics to a spiritual loneliness. They are keenly aware of their social obligations, but the burden of an exceptional vision of live drives them into being almost fugitives from their fellow-men.

Behind English prose, from the Anglo-Saxon period to even the 17th century, is the pattern of Latin. The 16th century had nothing in its prose to match the excellence of the drama, yet scholars had been preparing the way for the acceptance of English as the standard medium of expression. The first half of the 17th century was a period of religious controversy and of the triumph of Puritanism. In the 18th century the subject of study to which man applied himself became more numerous and more systematic, and it was a good fortune of England that prose in that age had become a pliant and serviceable medium. The 19th century prose was to produce many historians among whom W. Scott had his recognized place. To write briefly of 20th century prose is difficult. In style the most interesting developments were in drama and fiction. In between lies a prose of a prolific half century, with style playing a varying part; sometimes the imagination find alliance with scholarship and criticism, but often the frontiers of literature are left behind as one enters a solely utilitarian world.


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