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English and American literature : a course of study in literary interpretation and history, with applied methods of teaching reading and literature, by Charles H. Sylvester

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English and American literature : a course of study in literary interpretation and history, with applied methods of teaching reading and literature
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English and American literature
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a course of study in literary interpretation and history, with applied methods of teaching reading and literature
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by Charles H. Sylvester
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Sylvester, Charles Herbert
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PR1105
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.S8 1907
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English and American literature : a course of study in literary interpretation and history, with applied methods of teaching reading and literature, by Charles H. Sylvester
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"The present edition is much improved and enlarged." -Pref
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Contents
  • v. 1. The study of fiction -- The great stone face / Hawthorne -- Narrative poetry -- The rime of the ancient marriner / Coleridge -- Enoch Arden / Tennyson -- The ambitious guest / Hawthorne -- Wee Willie Winkie / Kipling -- Applied methods. How Andy saved the train ; The ugly duckling / Andersen ; Incident of the French camp / Browning ; The miller of the Dee / Mackay ; Wee Williw Winkie / Kipling ; The romance of the swan's nest / Mrs. Browning -- Miscellany. Nathaniel Hawthorne ; Samuel Taylor Coleridge ; Alfred Tennyson ; Rudyard Kipling ; Supplementary reading ; The novel ; The short story ; Observations ; Great novels
  • v. 2. Mastery of thought -- Essays -- Of expense / Bacon -- Of nature in men / Bacon -- Of studies / Bacon -- Biographical sketch of Charles Lamb -- Dream children / Lamb -- A dissertation upon roast pig / Lamb -- The praise of chimney sweepers / Lamb -- The crown of wild olive / Ruskin -- The didactic nature of art / Ruskin -- Sir Roger De Coverley -- Sir Roger's home / Addison -- A Sunday at Sir Roger's / Addison -- Sir Roger at the theater / Addison -- Sir Roger at the Vauxhall / Addison -- Death of Sir Roger / Addison -- Memories and portraits / Stevenson -- Self-reliance / Emerson -- Applied methods. Reading for information ; A teacher's lesson ; On the use of the dictionary ; The nests of birds ; Making maple sugar / Warner ; America / Smith ; Reading in the arithmetic class ; Reading in the geography class -- Miscellany. Francis Bacon ; John Ruskin ; Joseph Addison ; Ralph Waldo Emerson ; Essays and essayists
  • v. 3. Forms of prose composition. Studies -- Orations. Discussion of orations ; Lincoln's Gettysburg Address ; Directions for study -- Reply to Hayne / Webster -- On conciliation with America / Burke -- Applied methods. On allusions ; On figures of speech ; The fate of the Indians / Sprague ; Dianiel Webster's first speech ; A call to arms / Patrick Henry
  • v. 4. The structure of poetry. The interpretation of poetry. The daffodils / Wordsworth ; The rainy day / Longfellow ; Crossing the bar / Tennyson ; Battle hymn of the republic / Howe ; The recessional / Kipling -- The poet's inspiration. From snow bound / Whittier ; Sweet and low / Tennyson ; As thro' the land at eve / Tennyson ; Break, break, break / Tennyson ; Auld lang syne / Burns ; Tears, idle tears / Tennyson ; One autumn night / Bashford ; Golden fetters / Spenser ; Beware! / Longfellow ; A phantom of delight / Wordsworth ; To Helen / Poe ; To one in paradise / Poe ; Flow gently, sweet Afton / Burns ; Highland Mary / Burns ; To Mary in heaven / Burns ; Annabel Lee / Poe ; The reaper / Longfellow ; Footsteps of angels / Longfellow -- The poet's moods. Stanzas / Shelley ; A farewell / Tennyson -- Lyric poetry. Twenty-third psalm / Montgomery ; Lead, kindly light / Newman ; Ode to a skylark / Shelley ; To the cuckoo / Wordsworth ; Ode to duty / Wordsworth ; Death of Wellington / Tennyson ; To a skylark / Wordsworth ; To the fringed gentian / Bryant ; To the daisy / Wordsworth ; To the dandelion / Lowell ; To a waterfowl / Bryant ; To a mouse / Burns ; To a mountain daisy / Burns -- Collected lyrics. My heart leaps up / Wordsworth ; The splendor falls / Tennyson ; Home they brought her warrior dead / Tennyson ; Ask me no more / Tennyson ; Boat song / Scott ; Allen-a-Dale / Scott ; The coronach / Scott ; The lost child / Lowell ; Softly / Eastman ; Hermione / Cornwall ; Those evening bells / Moore ; The two oceans / Sterling ; The wind and stream / Bryant ; The chambered nautilus / Holmes ; The solitary reaper / Wordsworth ; The brook / Tennyson ; Autumn woods / Bryant ; The destruction of Sennacherib / Byron ; Hymn to the night / Longfellow ; A psalm of life / Longfellow ; The cloud / Shelley ; Robert of Lincoln / Bryant ; An old played-out song / Riley ; The lost leader / Browning ; The charge of the Light Brigade / Tennyson ; For a'that and a'that / Burns ; Alexander's feast / Dryden ; L'allegro / Milton ; Il penseroso / Milton ; Cry of the children / E. B. Browning ; Resignation / Arnold ; A question / Arnold -- Applied methods. Rhyme and alliteration ; Rhythm and meter ; Picture books in winter / Stevenson ; My heart leaps up / Wordsworth ; Boat song / Scott ; Destruction of Sennacherib / Byron -- Miscellany. John Greenleaf Whittier ; Robert Burns ; Edgar Allan Poe ; William Cullen Bryant ; Oliver Wendell Holmes ; John Dryden ; William Wordsworth
  • v. 5. Elegies. On Elizabeth L. H. / Jonson ; Epitaph on the Countess of Pembroke / Jonson ; Soldier's dirge / Collins ; Bereavement / Wordsworth ; Mary / Wolfe ; Elegy in a country churchyard / Gray ; Threnodia / Lowell ; In memoriam / Tennyson ; From Astrophel / Spenser ; Lycidas / Milton ; Adonais / Shelley -- Sonnets. On his own blindness / Milton ; Victor and vanquished / Longfellow ; Beach near Calais / Wordsworth ; The sonnet / Gilder ; The sonnet / Wordsworth ; The sonnet / Rossetti ; Cupid in distress / Lowell ; From the Portuguese / E. B. Browning ; Keats' last sonnet ; Night and death / White ; Sleep / Daniel ; Night / Tennyson ; Personal talk / Wordsworth ; Reading / Lowell ; The poet / Lowell ; The old poets / Lowell ; Mosgiel Farm / Wordsworth ; William Shakespeare / Swinburne ; To Cromwell / Milton ; A sleeping child / Hood ; When she comes home / Riley ; Trailing Arbutus / Laighton ; Ozymandias / Shelley ; The two rivers / Longfellow ; Westminster Bridge / Wordsworth -- Epic poetry. The three ravens ; Helen of Kirkconnell / Scott ; Jock o' Hazelgreen ; Jock of Hazeldean / Scott ; Robin Hood and the widow's sons ; The elected knight / Longfellow ; The luck of Edenhall / Longfellow ; Incident of the French camp / Browning ; The wreck of the Hesperus / Longfellow ; The revenge / Tennyson -- Applied methods. Robert of Lincoln / Bryant ; The old oaken bucket / Woodworth ; The mariner's dream / Dimond -- Miscellany. James Russell Lowell ; Alfred Tennyson ; John Milton ; Percy Bysshe Shelley ; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • v. 6. The tragedy of Macbeth -- Dramatis personae -- The drama -- A brief history of the English drama -- Characteristics of the comedy -- Much ado about nothing (selected portions) -- Supplementary readings -- Applied methods. Reading dialogues ; Lessons from William Tell -- Miscellany. William Shakespeare
  • v. 7. Unity. Unity in a short poem ; Ode on a Grecian urn / Keats ; Home thoughts, from abroad / Browning ; Unity in a narrative ; The cricket on the hearth / Dickens -- Descriptive power. A face / Browning ; The cotter's Saturday night / Burns ; The deserted village / Goldsmith ; The widow and her son / Irving -- Applied methods. Reading for literary style ; Four great literary powers ; The value of the setting ; A study in style -- Miscellany. John Keats ; Charles Dickens ; Oliver Goldsmith
  • v. 8. Phrasal power. Poor Richard's almanac / Franklin ; Westminster Abbey / Irving ; To daffodils / Herrick -- Musical power. Ninety-first psalm ; One hundred third psalm ; Twenty-third psalm ; The vale of Avoca / Moore ; Twickenham Ferry / Marzials ; To sleep / Wordsworth -- Power of drawing character -- Emotional power. Thirteenth chapter of First Corinthians ; The petrified fern / Mary L. Bolles Branch ; Over the river / Nancy Woodbury Priest ; Indirection / Richard Realf -- Studies. Character and personality of the author -- Applied methods. Lead, kindly light / Newman ; Overthrow of Belshazzar / Procter ; Lady of the lake / Scott ; Miles Standish / Longfellow ; The vision of Sir Launfal / Lowell ; The legend of Sleepy Hollow / Irving ; On story-telling ; On the use of pictures -- Miscellany. Benjamin Franklin ; Washington Irving -- History of American literature. Colonial and revolutionary periods of American literature ; National period
  • v. 9. Period of preparation in English literature -- Period of Italian influence -- Period of French influence -- Modern English period
  • v. 10. Methods
Control code
6691511
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
10 volumes
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07014817
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frontispiece, illustrations, plates, portraits, folded map, facsimiles, tables
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  • (OCoLC)6691511
  • (WaOLN)1716729
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English and American literature : a course of study in literary interpretation and history, with applied methods of teaching reading and literature, by Charles H. Sylvester
Publication
Note
"The present edition is much improved and enlarged." -Pref
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • v. 1. The study of fiction -- The great stone face / Hawthorne -- Narrative poetry -- The rime of the ancient marriner / Coleridge -- Enoch Arden / Tennyson -- The ambitious guest / Hawthorne -- Wee Willie Winkie / Kipling -- Applied methods. How Andy saved the train ; The ugly duckling / Andersen ; Incident of the French camp / Browning ; The miller of the Dee / Mackay ; Wee Williw Winkie / Kipling ; The romance of the swan's nest / Mrs. Browning -- Miscellany. Nathaniel Hawthorne ; Samuel Taylor Coleridge ; Alfred Tennyson ; Rudyard Kipling ; Supplementary reading ; The novel ; The short story ; Observations ; Great novels
  • v. 2. Mastery of thought -- Essays -- Of expense / Bacon -- Of nature in men / Bacon -- Of studies / Bacon -- Biographical sketch of Charles Lamb -- Dream children / Lamb -- A dissertation upon roast pig / Lamb -- The praise of chimney sweepers / Lamb -- The crown of wild olive / Ruskin -- The didactic nature of art / Ruskin -- Sir Roger De Coverley -- Sir Roger's home / Addison -- A Sunday at Sir Roger's / Addison -- Sir Roger at the theater / Addison -- Sir Roger at the Vauxhall / Addison -- Death of Sir Roger / Addison -- Memories and portraits / Stevenson -- Self-reliance / Emerson -- Applied methods. Reading for information ; A teacher's lesson ; On the use of the dictionary ; The nests of birds ; Making maple sugar / Warner ; America / Smith ; Reading in the arithmetic class ; Reading in the geography class -- Miscellany. Francis Bacon ; John Ruskin ; Joseph Addison ; Ralph Waldo Emerson ; Essays and essayists
  • v. 3. Forms of prose composition. Studies -- Orations. Discussion of orations ; Lincoln's Gettysburg Address ; Directions for study -- Reply to Hayne / Webster -- On conciliation with America / Burke -- Applied methods. On allusions ; On figures of speech ; The fate of the Indians / Sprague ; Dianiel Webster's first speech ; A call to arms / Patrick Henry
  • v. 4. The structure of poetry. The interpretation of poetry. The daffodils / Wordsworth ; The rainy day / Longfellow ; Crossing the bar / Tennyson ; Battle hymn of the republic / Howe ; The recessional / Kipling -- The poet's inspiration. From snow bound / Whittier ; Sweet and low / Tennyson ; As thro' the land at eve / Tennyson ; Break, break, break / Tennyson ; Auld lang syne / Burns ; Tears, idle tears / Tennyson ; One autumn night / Bashford ; Golden fetters / Spenser ; Beware! / Longfellow ; A phantom of delight / Wordsworth ; To Helen / Poe ; To one in paradise / Poe ; Flow gently, sweet Afton / Burns ; Highland Mary / Burns ; To Mary in heaven / Burns ; Annabel Lee / Poe ; The reaper / Longfellow ; Footsteps of angels / Longfellow -- The poet's moods. Stanzas / Shelley ; A farewell / Tennyson -- Lyric poetry. Twenty-third psalm / Montgomery ; Lead, kindly light / Newman ; Ode to a skylark / Shelley ; To the cuckoo / Wordsworth ; Ode to duty / Wordsworth ; Death of Wellington / Tennyson ; To a skylark / Wordsworth ; To the fringed gentian / Bryant ; To the daisy / Wordsworth ; To the dandelion / Lowell ; To a waterfowl / Bryant ; To a mouse / Burns ; To a mountain daisy / Burns -- Collected lyrics. My heart leaps up / Wordsworth ; The splendor falls / Tennyson ; Home they brought her warrior dead / Tennyson ; Ask me no more / Tennyson ; Boat song / Scott ; Allen-a-Dale / Scott ; The coronach / Scott ; The lost child / Lowell ; Softly / Eastman ; Hermione / Cornwall ; Those evening bells / Moore ; The two oceans / Sterling ; The wind and stream / Bryant ; The chambered nautilus / Holmes ; The solitary reaper / Wordsworth ; The brook / Tennyson ; Autumn woods / Bryant ; The destruction of Sennacherib / Byron ; Hymn to the night / Longfellow ; A psalm of life / Longfellow ; The cloud / Shelley ; Robert of Lincoln / Bryant ; An old played-out song / Riley ; The lost leader / Browning ; The charge of the Light Brigade / Tennyson ; For a'that and a'that / Burns ; Alexander's feast / Dryden ; L'allegro / Milton ; Il penseroso / Milton ; Cry of the children / E. B. Browning ; Resignation / Arnold ; A question / Arnold -- Applied methods. Rhyme and alliteration ; Rhythm and meter ; Picture books in winter / Stevenson ; My heart leaps up / Wordsworth ; Boat song / Scott ; Destruction of Sennacherib / Byron -- Miscellany. John Greenleaf Whittier ; Robert Burns ; Edgar Allan Poe ; William Cullen Bryant ; Oliver Wendell Holmes ; John Dryden ; William Wordsworth
  • v. 5. Elegies. On Elizabeth L. H. / Jonson ; Epitaph on the Countess of Pembroke / Jonson ; Soldier's dirge / Collins ; Bereavement / Wordsworth ; Mary / Wolfe ; Elegy in a country churchyard / Gray ; Threnodia / Lowell ; In memoriam / Tennyson ; From Astrophel / Spenser ; Lycidas / Milton ; Adonais / Shelley -- Sonnets. On his own blindness / Milton ; Victor and vanquished / Longfellow ; Beach near Calais / Wordsworth ; The sonnet / Gilder ; The sonnet / Wordsworth ; The sonnet / Rossetti ; Cupid in distress / Lowell ; From the Portuguese / E. B. Browning ; Keats' last sonnet ; Night and death / White ; Sleep / Daniel ; Night / Tennyson ; Personal talk / Wordsworth ; Reading / Lowell ; The poet / Lowell ; The old poets / Lowell ; Mosgiel Farm / Wordsworth ; William Shakespeare / Swinburne ; To Cromwell / Milton ; A sleeping child / Hood ; When she comes home / Riley ; Trailing Arbutus / Laighton ; Ozymandias / Shelley ; The two rivers / Longfellow ; Westminster Bridge / Wordsworth -- Epic poetry. The three ravens ; Helen of Kirkconnell / Scott ; Jock o' Hazelgreen ; Jock of Hazeldean / Scott ; Robin Hood and the widow's sons ; The elected knight / Longfellow ; The luck of Edenhall / Longfellow ; Incident of the French camp / Browning ; The wreck of the Hesperus / Longfellow ; The revenge / Tennyson -- Applied methods. Robert of Lincoln / Bryant ; The old oaken bucket / Woodworth ; The mariner's dream / Dimond -- Miscellany. James Russell Lowell ; Alfred Tennyson ; John Milton ; Percy Bysshe Shelley ; Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
  • v. 6. The tragedy of Macbeth -- Dramatis personae -- The drama -- A brief history of the English drama -- Characteristics of the comedy -- Much ado about nothing (selected portions) -- Supplementary readings -- Applied methods. Reading dialogues ; Lessons from William Tell -- Miscellany. William Shakespeare
  • v. 7. Unity. Unity in a short poem ; Ode on a Grecian urn / Keats ; Home thoughts, from abroad / Browning ; Unity in a narrative ; The cricket on the hearth / Dickens -- Descriptive power. A face / Browning ; The cotter's Saturday night / Burns ; The deserted village / Goldsmith ; The widow and her son / Irving -- Applied methods. Reading for literary style ; Four great literary powers ; The value of the setting ; A study in style -- Miscellany. John Keats ; Charles Dickens ; Oliver Goldsmith
  • v. 8. Phrasal power. Poor Richard's almanac / Franklin ; Westminster Abbey / Irving ; To daffodils / Herrick -- Musical power. Ninety-first psalm ; One hundred third psalm ; Twenty-third psalm ; The vale of Avoca / Moore ; Twickenham Ferry / Marzials ; To sleep / Wordsworth -- Power of drawing character -- Emotional power. Thirteenth chapter of First Corinthians ; The petrified fern / Mary L. Bolles Branch ; Over the river / Nancy Woodbury Priest ; Indirection / Richard Realf -- Studies. Character and personality of the author -- Applied methods. Lead, kindly light / Newman ; Overthrow of Belshazzar / Procter ; Lady of the lake / Scott ; Miles Standish / Longfellow ; The vision of Sir Launfal / Lowell ; The legend of Sleepy Hollow / Irving ; On story-telling ; On the use of pictures -- Miscellany. Benjamin Franklin ; Washington Irving -- History of American literature. Colonial and revolutionary periods of American literature ; National period
  • v. 9. Period of preparation in English literature -- Period of Italian influence -- Period of French influence -- Modern English period
  • v. 10. Methods
Control code
6691511
Dimensions
21 cm
Extent
10 volumes
Lccn
07014817
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
frontispiece, illustrations, plates, portraits, folded map, facsimiles, tables
System control number
  • (OCoLC)6691511
  • (WaOLN)1716729

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