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the main line of English literature

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the main line of English literature

BRITISH LITERATURE

    Part 1 The Anglo-Saxon period Beowulf

    Part 2 The Anglo-Norman period Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Part 3 Geoffrey Chaucer

    ? The Canterbury Tales

    ? The Romance of the Rose ? The Legend of Good Women ? Troilus and Criseyde

    ? The House of Fame

Part 4 The Renaissance

    William Shakespeare

    ? The Second Part of King Henry Six ? The Third Part of King Henry Six ? The First Part of Henry Six ? The Life and Death of King Richard Three

    ? The Comedy of Errors

    ? Titus Andronicus

    ? TheTaming of the Shrew

    ? The Two Gentlemen of Verona

? Loves Labours Lost

    ? Romeo and Juliet

    ? The Life and Death of Richard Two ? A Midsummer Nights Dream

    ? The Merchant of Venice

    ? The Life and Death of King John ? The First Part of King Henry Four ? The Second Part of King Henry Four ? Much Ado-About Nothing

    ? The Life of King Henry Five ? The Merry Wives of Windsor ? The Life and Death of Julius Caesar ? As You Like It

    ? Twelfth Night = What You Will ? Hamlet, Prince of Denmark ? Troilus and Cressida

    ? Alls Well That Ends Well

    ? Measure for Measure

    ? Othello, the Moore of Venice ? King Lear

    ? The Tragedy of Macbeth

    ? Antony and Cleopatra

    ? The Tragedy of Coriolanus ? Timon of Athens

    ? Pericles, Prince of Tyre

    ? Cynbeline, King of Britain ? The Winters Tale

    ? The Tempest

    ? The Life of King Henry Eight ? Venus and Adonis

    ? Lucrece

    ? Sonnets

    Part 5 The 17th Century

     The period of Revolution and Restoration

    ? John Donne

    ? The Elegies and Satires ? The Songs and Sonnets ? John Milton

    ? Paradise Lost

    ? Paradise Regain

    ? Areopagitica

    ? Comus

    ? Samson Agonistes

    ? Pro Populo Anglicano Defensio ? Lycidas

    ? Comus

    ? Penseroso

    ? LAllegro

    ? John Bunyan

? The PilgrimS Progress

    ? The Holy War

    ? Grace Abounding to Chief of Sinners

    Part 6 The 18th Century The Age of Enlightenment in England

    ? Daniel Defoe

    ? Robinson Crusoe

    ? A Journal of the Plague Year ? Captain Singleton

    ? Colonel Jack

    ? Moll Flanders

    ? Jonathan Swift

    ? Gullivers Travels

    ? A Modest Proposal

    ? The Battles Books

    ? A Tale of Tub

    ? Joseph Addison

    ? Sir Roger at Church

    ? Sir Roger at the Assizes ? Henry Fielding

    ? The History of Tom Jones, a Founding

    ? Don Quixote in England ? Coffee-House Politician ? Joseph Andrews

? The Historical Register For the year

    ? Thomas Gray

    ? Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard

    ? Ode on the Spring

    ? Hymn to Adversity

    ? Oliver Goldsmith

    ? The Vicar of Wakefield ? The Citizen of the World ? The Deserted Village ? The Stoops to Conquer ? Richard Brinsley Sheridan ? The School of Scandal ? The Rivals

    ? The Critic

    ? William Blake

    ? London

    ? Tiger

    ? The Chimney Sweeper ? America

    ? Jerusalem

    ? Milton

    ? Songs of Experience ? Songs of Innocence

    ? The French Revolution ? The Marriage of Heaven and Hell

? Robert Burns

    ? My Hearts in the Highlands ? John Anderson, My Jo

    ? A Red, Red Rose

    ? To a Mouse

    ? Auld Lang Syne

    ? The Two Dogs

    ? Poems, Chiefly in the Scottish Dialect

    ? The Tree of Liberty

    Part 7 The Romantic Period ? William Wordsworth

    ? Lines

    ? She Dwelt Among the Untrodden Ways

    ? I Travelled Among Unknown Men ? I wandered Lonely as a Cloud ? Sonnet: London, 1802

    ? The Solitary Reaper

    ? An Evening Walk

    ? Guilt And Sorrow

    ? Lyrical Ballads

    ? My Heart Leaps Up

    ? Ode on Duty

    ? To the Cuckoo

    ? The Excursion

    ? George Gordon, Lord Byron ? When We Two Parted ? She Walks in Beauty ? Sonnet on Chillon ? Childe Harolds Pilgrimage ? Don Juan

    ? Oriental Tales

    ? The Age of Bronze ? Hours of Idleness ? Percy Bysshe Shelley ? A Defence of Poetry ? England in 1819

    ? Gentle Maid

    ? Loves Philosophy

    ? Ode to Sky-lark

    ? Ode to the West Wind ? Prometheus Unbound ? Songs to the Men of England

    ? The Cloud

    ? John Keats

    ? On First Looking into Chapmans Homer ? Ode to a Nightingale ? Ode on a Grecian Urn ? To Autumn

    ? Bright Star

? Isabella

    ? Walter Scott

    ? Ivanhoe

    ? Rob Roy

    ? Jane Austen

    ? Pride and Prejudice ? Sense and Sensibility ? Mansfield Park

    ? Northanger Abbey

    ? Charles Lamb

    ? Dream-Children

    ? Poor Relations

    ? Tales from Shakespeare ? Essays of Elia

    ? Album Verse

    Part 8 The Victorian Age

     Critical Realism in England

    ? Charlies Dickens

    ? American Notes

    ? A Tales of Two Cities ? Bleak House

    ? David Copperfield ? Dombey and Son

    ? Great Expectation

? Hard Times

    ? Nicholas Nickleby

    ? Oliver Twist

    ? Our Mutual Friends ? The Old Curiosity Ship ? Posthumous Papers of the Pickwick

    ? William Makepeace Thackeray ? Vanity Fair

    ? The Book of Snobs

    ? The Newcomers

    ? The History of Pendennis ? George Eliot

    ? Adam Bede

    ? Middlemarch

    ? Silas Marner

    ? The Mill on the Floss ? Felix Holt, the Radical ? Charlotte Bronte

    ? Jane Eyre

    ? Professor

    ? Shirley

    ? Emily Bronte

    ?Wuthering Heights

    ? Thomsa Hood

    ? The Song of the Shirt

? The Bridge of Sighs

    ? Alfred, Lord Tennyson ? Ulysses

    ? Break, Break, Break

    ? Crossing the Bar

    ? Idylls of the King

    ? In Memorian

    ? The Princess

    ? Robert Browning

    ? My Last Duchess

    ? Home-Thoughts, from Abroad ? Strafford

    ? Elizabeth Barrett Browning ? From Sonnets from the Portuguese

    Part 9 20th Literature ? Thomas Hardy

    ? Tess of the DUrbervilles

    ? The Sons Veto

    ? Desperate Remedies

    ? Far From the Madding Crowd ? Jude the Obscure

    ? The Dynasts

    ? The Return of the Native ? Under the Greenwood

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