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DIVISION NINE REALISM Ⅰ. General IntroductionGeneral Introduction Ⅱ. Realism in FranceRealism in France Ⅲ. Realism in RussiaRealism in Russia Ⅳ. Realism.

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1 DIVISION NINE REALISM Ⅰ. General IntroductionGeneral Introduction Ⅱ. Realism in FranceRealism in France Ⅲ. Realism in RussiaRealism in Russia Ⅳ. Realism in Northern EuropeRealism in Northern Europe Ⅴ. Realism in EnglandRealism in England Ⅵ. Realism in the United StatesRealism in the United States Ⅶ. ArtArt Ⅷ. Music at the Turn of the CenturyMusic at the Turn of the Century

2 General Introduction 1. What Is Realism? 2. The Historical Background

3 1. Stendhal ( ) ﹡ Armance (1827) ﹡ Le Rouge et le Noir (1830) ﹡ la Chartreuse de Parme (1839)

4 2. Honoré de Balzac ﹡ Eugenie Grandet (1833) ﹡ Le Père Goriot (1834) ﹡ la Cousine Bette (1846)

5 3. Gustave Flaubert ( ) ﹡ Madame Bovary

6 4. Émile Zola ( ) ﹡ Les Rougen-Maxquarts

7 5. Guy de Maupassant ( ) ﹡ The Necklace ﹡ The Piece of String ﹡ The Umbrella

8 1. Nikolai Gogol ( ) ﹡ Dead Souls

9 2. Ivan Sergeyevich Turgenev ( ) ﹡ A Hunter’s Sketches ﹡ Rudin ﹡ A Nest of Gentlefolk ﹡ Fathers and Sons

10 3. Fyodor Dostoyevsky ( ) ﹡ The House of Death ﹡ Grime and Punishment ﹡ The Brothers Karamazov

11 4. Count Leo Tolstoy ( ) ﹡ War and Peace ﹡ Anna Karenina

12 5. Anton Pavlovich Chekhov ( ) ﹡ The Seagull ﹡ Uncle Vanya ﹡ The Three Sisters ﹡ The Cherry Orchard

13 1. Henrik Ibsen ( ) ﹡ A Doll’s House ﹡ Ghosts ﹡ An Enemy of the People ﹡ The Wild Duck and Hedda Gabler

14 2. August Strindberg ( ) ﹡ Master Loaf ﹡ The Son of a Servant ﹡ A Fool’s Defence ﹡ Alone

15 1. Charles Dickens ( ) ﹡ Oliver Twist ﹡ A Tale of Two Cities ﹡ A Christmas Carol ﹡ Hard Times ﹡ Bleak House ﹡ David Copperfield

16 2. George Eliot ( ) ﹡ Middlemarch ﹡ The Mill on the Floss ﹡ Adam Bede ﹡ Silas Marner

17 3. William Makepeace Thackeray ( ) ﹡ Vanity Fair

18 4. Thomas Hardy ( ) ﹡ Far from the Madding Crowd ﹡ The Return of the Native ﹡ The Mayor of Casterbridge ﹡ Tess of the d’Urberyvilles ﹡ Jude the Obscure

19 ( ) 5. George Bernard Shaw ( ) ﹡ The Doctor’s Dilemma ﹡ Man and Superman ﹡ St. Joan ﹡ The Apple Cart ﹡ Major Barbara ﹡ Pygmalion

20 1. Harriet Beecher Stowe ( ) ﹡ Uncle Tom’s Cabin

21 2. Walt Whitman ( ) ﹡ When Lilacs Last in the Dooryard Bloom’d ﹡ Leaves of Grass

22 3. Mark Twain( ) ﹡ Life on the Mississippi ﹡ The Celebrated Jumping Frog of Caraveras County ﹡ The Adventure of Huckleberry Finn ﹡ The Gilded Age ﹡ The Adventure of Tom Sawyer ﹡ The Prince and the Pauper

23 4. Henry James ( ) ﹡ The Portrait of a Lady ﹡ The Passionate Pilgrim and Other Stories ﹡ Daisy Miller ﹡ The Golden Bowl ﹡ The Beast in the Jungle

24 Art 1. Realism in ArtRealism in Art 2. Impressionism in ArtImpressionism in Art 3. Post-ImpressionismPost-Impressionism 4. Sculpture 5. Architecture

25 a. Gustave Courbet ( ) The stonebreakers

26 Burial at Ornans

27 b. Jean-Francois Milllet ( ) The Sower Cleaners

28 a. Èdouard Manet ( ) ﹡ le Dejeuner sur L’hérbe (1863) ﹡ Foliers Bergers (1882)

29 The Luncheon on the Grass (French: Le déjeuner sur l'herbe)Édouard Manet, 1862– 1863Oil on canvas A Bar at the Folies- BergèreÉdouard Manet, 1882Oil on canvas

30 b. Claude Monet ( )

31 c. Camille Pissarro ( ) Unknown photographer, Camille Pissaro and his wife, Julie Vellay, 1877, Pontoise Self-portrait, 1903, Tate Gallery, London

32 Place du Theatre Francais

33 d. Pierre Auguste Renoir ( ) Moulin de la galette

34 e. Hilaire Germain Edgar Degas ( ) ﹡ Café Concert ﹡ The Glass of Absinthe ﹡ Ballerina on the stage

35 a. Paul Cézanne ( ) The Boy in Red Vest

36 b. Vincent van Gogh ( ) Sunflower

37 Starry Night The Night Café

38 c. Paul Gauguin ( ) Vision after the Sermon

39 La Orana Maria

40 Sculpture The Thinker The Man with the Broke Nose

41 Music at the Turn of the Century 1. Antonin Dvorák2. Claude Debussy


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