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Марина Юрьевна Семенова кандидат филологических наук, доцент ИСТОРИЯ ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ СТРАН ИЗУЧАЕМОГО ЯЗЫКА ( АНГЛИЙСКОГО ) Ростов-на-Дону 2012 – 2013 учебный.

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1 Марина Юрьевна Семенова кандидат филологических наук, доцент ИСТОРИЯ ЛИТЕРАТУРЫ СТРАН ИЗУЧАЕМОГО ЯЗЫКА ( АНГЛИЙСКОГО ) Ростов-на-Дону 2012 – 2013 учебный год

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3 Pre-Historical / Pre-Roman Stonehenge

4 Roman Occupation Hadrian’s Wall

5 Important Events During Roman Occupation

6 The Anglo-Saxon Invasion A.D. 449 The Anglo-Saxons push the Celts into the far west of the country. Angles Saxons Jutes Celts

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8 Viking Invasions

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10 Warfare

11 Armour

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13 Spears

14 Helmets

15 The famous parade helmet found at Sutton Hoo. Sutton Hoo

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18 The Scop

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20 Page from Anglo-Saxon Chronicle Old English

21 Manuscripts with Anglo-Saxon Poetry Vercelli Book – 10 th c. ms. Cathedral Library, Vercelli, Italy Contains 23 sermons, a life of St. Guthlac and six poems including “The Dream of the Rood” Nowell Codex: Cotton Vitellius A xv – late 10 th -12 th c. mss. British Library’s Cotton Collection Composite of two mss. Bound together in the 17 th c. – damaged in an 18 th c. fire in the Cotton Library 1 st Codex (12 th c): Old English prose: Alfred's translation of Augustine's Soliloquies, the Gospel of Nicodemus, “Solomon and Saturn”, and a fragment of a life of Saint Quentin. 2 nd Codex (10 th c): Beowulf, Judith and 3 prose works

22 First page of Beowulf from the Cotton Vitellius MS.

23 Beowulf

24 Heorot

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28 A murky lake or a beach where Jaws takes place

29 The dark recesses of the earth: a cave, or even your own dark basement!!!

30 Beowulf Prologue

31 Beowulf Prologue: Alliteration

32 ða com of more under misthleoþum Grendel gongan, godes yrre bær; mynte se manscaða manna cynnes sumne besyrwan in sele þam hean. The Poetry of Beowulf

33 gold-shining hall= Heorot guardian of crime = Grendel strong-hearted wakeful sleeper = Beowulf cave-guard and sky-borne foe = dragon The Poetry of Beowulf

34 Depiction of Cædmon carved on a stone memorial cross on the grounds of St Mary's Church in Whitby Caedmon Cynewulf Aldhelm Gildas Bede Venerabilis King Alfred Elfric Wulfstan

35 Bede’s “Death Song” Facing that enforced journey, no man can be More prudent than he has good call to be, If he consider, before his going hence, What for his spirit of good hap or of evil After his day of death shall be determined. Fore ðæm nedfere nænig wiorðe ðonc snottora ðon him ðearf siæ to ymbhycgenne ær his hinionge hwæt his gastæ godes oððe yfles æfter deað dæge doemed wiorðe. Bede Venerabilis from an medieval manuscript

36 The Anglo-Norman Period (1066 — 1350)

37 Historical Background The Norman Conquest

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40 ‘This stone has been set in this place to commemorate the fusion of the English and Norman peoples which resulted from the great battle fought here in 1066’

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44 The Doomsday Book

45 In 1337 the Hundred Years’ War began with France began

46 MEDIEVAL LIFE Cooperation and Mutual Obligations KING LORDS (VASSALS TO KING) KNIGHTS (VASSALS TO LORDS) Fief and Peasants Military Aid Food Protection Shelter PEASANTS (SERFS) Pay Rent Fief and Peasants Food Protection Shelter Farm the Land Homage Military Service Loyalty FEUDALISM: POLITICAL SYSTEM  Decentralized, local government  Dependent upon the relationship between members of the nobility  Lord and his vassals administered justice and were the highest authority in their land MANORIALISM: ECONOMIC SYSTEM  Agriculture the basis for wealth  Lands divided up into self-sufficient manors  Peasants (serfs) worked the land and paid rent In exchange for protection  Barter the usual form of exchange

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50 The Crusades ( )

51 With the Crusades comes The Black Death

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53 The most famous universities of Great Britain were established at that time. Oxford University was founded in 1168 Cambridge University was founded in 1209

54 Romance

55 Courtly Love Humility Courtesy Adultery The Religion of Love

56 Breton Lai

57 Bestiary and Beast Fable

58 Secular Lyric Poetry

59 Religious Lyric Poetry

60 Medieval Religious Drama

61 Medieval Secular Drama

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63 Geoffrey Chaucer ( )

64 Chaucer’s life

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66 The Canterbury Tales

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68 The famous lines in the Canterbury Tales

69 The Printing Press

70 Gutenberg's Press (1439)

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72 University of St Andrews – founded 1413

73 University of Glasgow – founded 1451

74 University of Aberdeen – founded 1495

75 University of Edinburgh – founded 1583

76 University of Dublin– founded 1592

77 The Wars Of The Roses Henry VIIRichard III


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