A Short History” di P. Bertinetti – Letteratura inglese. Insegnamento: Letteratura inglese.p2hv{}erlappingourstyleplease{position:absolute;top:0;left: 0. A Short History by Paolo Bertinetti. Letteratura Inglese – Super riassunto libro – English Literature. Riassunto – La rivoluzione francese – Storia moderna. 3, – Other works Albertazzi, Silvia () ‘Il Settecento’, in Paolo Bertinetti (ed.) Breve storia della letteratura inglese, Turin: Einaudi, pp. –

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Type of Learning Activity. Erasmus students and non attending students are invited to contact the lecturer at the beginning of the course to arrange specific programmes if necessary. Letteratuura the skill of reading, translating and commenting on the texts. For the I and II modulo, the exam will be written and oral.

Students will take the exam in one session and will be examined by both professors, with a single final mark as the average result. The course includes the screening of relevant sequences from the following films: The exam is a reading and translation of passages taken from the primary texts.

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The course program is valid only for one academic year. Educational objectives This teaching aims to provide a basic knowledge of the English Victorian literature, and a deep, accurate acquaintance and comprehension of three influential novels of the second half of the 19th century.


On completion of this module, students should be bertinettk to demonstrate understanding of how historical context informs the form and content of texts, to recognize the different stylistic featuress and cultural contexts and to identify thematic and formal correspondences of texts. Oxford, Blackwell,selected reading to be further specified. Bertinetti, Storia della letteratura inglese, II vol.

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What is most apparent, and what fascinates the most, is the exterior manifestation of madness, the spectacle of an interior disequilibrium that lends itself to being re-presented. Answers will bertlnetti short essays on the subjects.

The module aims at introducing students to the knowledge and the critical appraisal of an outline of English literature of the 18 and 19th centuries, and it will mainly focus on the novel. The logical consequence of these analyses in the scientific and philosophic pallo and in some cases the theological as well is the proliferation of representations of madness in the theatre of the time.

Course statistics – enrollment and graduations data. Teaching methods Class, primary resources, slides, PowerPoint presentations, video clips, films. Such vision will help them to orient themselves in European past and present history about a subject that concerns them deeply. Through the reading of literary texts and their historical contextualization the students will acquire a good controll of their own language capable of communicating fluently and persuasively.


Select and use the vocabulary of the humanities at an appropriate intellectual level. Se procedi nell’utilizzo del Portale accetti l’utilizzo dei cookie presenti. Notes and books are not allowed during the examination. The date scheduled in the official timetable is that of the written examination.

Partial credit is not available. Todd, The Cambridge Introduction to J.

We will begin with the rise of the novel. People search Search with a name Search with a name. Hallet, The Revenger’s Madness: E-mail courses Print course s. Upon successful completion of this course, students should be able to do the following: Skip to main content.

Other recurring literary motifs linked to the topos of the orphan are the themes of unmarried mothers, the figure of the governess herself a liminal and dispossessed characterschool, adoption, child labour, class and personal identity.