|17-03-2006, 10:51 PM||#1|
ابي منكم الفزعة ........
السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاتة
احدى قريباتي وهي من خارج الرس طلبت منهم معلمة القصة معلومات عن قصةRasselas للكاتب Dr. Samule Johnsonوالمطلوب منها البحث عن حياة الكاتب والحبكة والتعليق النقدي ومدرسته وعصرة فقلت اشوفلك منتدانا وقعدت امدحكم فلا تفشلوني ارجوكم ساعدوها.
|24-03-2006, 09:59 PM||#2|
I thhink you can try google. You just put the name of the auther and his story then the information needed will pup up to you so easily :)
|28-03-2006, 12:47 AM||#3|
هذا طلبك با بنت حواء
هذا مقال كتبه Jack Lynch عن Dr. Samule Johnson
A number of requests for information on Johnson — they come my way because of my Johnson page on the Web and my dissertation largely on Johnson — have convinced me to put together a few paragraphs to introduce novices to Johnson.
This is nothing like a comprehensive guide to the literature, although I do discuss some real bibliographies. I cover a few works of scholarship, and those not necessarily my favorites — they're the ones that I think are most important for a beginner to know, the most often quoted, though not always the most thought-provoking. And this guide is unabashedly opinionated, though I hope my preferences aren't often perversely far from the mainstream. Still, it might be useful for people who've received no more formal introduction to Johnson studies.
I don't pretend for a minute that this guide is anywhere near complete or comprehensive — it was prepared off the top of my head. I don't know whether my omissions of important material are more grievous than the outright errors that are doubtless in here somewhere. But it might be useful to someone just getting started, and, since it's free, it would be a bargain at twice the price. I welcome comments and corrections; my address appears below.
Johnson's only extended prose fiction is Rasselas, published in 1759, apparently to defray the costs of his mother's funeral. It tells the story of Rasselas, a Prince of Abyssinia, who leaves the Happy Valley of his birth with his mentor, Imlac; his sister, Nekayah; and her servant, Pekuah. In the episodic plot, the four travel through Egypt looking for the happiest mode of life. As anyone who has read The Vanity of Human Wishes could guess, they never find it.
The proper term for Rasselas's genre is sometimes disputed: it's probably most often called an Oriental tale, but some prefer to see it as a Menippean or Varronian satire. In any case, avoid calling it a novel.
The standard edition is Rasselas and Other Tales, ed. Gwin J. Kolb, vol. XVI of the Yale Edition of the Works of Samuel Johnson (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1990). A cheaper alternative is Samuel Johnson: Rasselas, Poems, and Selected Prose, ed. Bertrand Bronson, 3rd ed. (San Francisco: Holt, Rinehart, 1971), or the recent paperbacks from Penguin and Oxford World's Classics.
Carey McIntosh, The Choice of Life: Samuel Johnson and the World of Fiction (New Haven: Yale Univ. Press, 1973). About more than Rasselas, but important to know.
Gwin J. Kolb, "The Structure of Rasselas," PMLA, 66 (September 1951), 698-717.
Emrys Jones, "The Artistic Form of Rasselas," Review of English Studies, n.s., 8 (August 1957), 241-48.
Harold D. Jenkins, "Some Aspects of the Background of Rasselas," in Studies in English in Honor of R. D. O'Leary and S. L. Whitcomb (Lawrence: Univ. Press of Kansas, 1940), pp. 8-14.
Donald M. Lockhart, "'The Fourth Son of the Mighty Emperor': The Ethopian Background of Johnson's Rasselas," PMLA, 78 (December 1963), 516-28.
Thomas R. Preston, "The Biblical Context of Johnson's Rasselas," PMLA, 84 (March 1969), 274-81.
Howard D. Weinbrot, "The Reader, the General, and the Particular: Johnson and Imlac in Chapter Ten of Rasselas," Eighteenth-Century Studies, 5 (1971), 80-96.
Robert G. Walker, Eighteenth-Century Arguments of Immortality and Johnson's "Rasselas," ELS Monograph Series, 9 (Univ. of Victoria: English Literary Studies, 1977). Slow going at times, but useful for setting up some of the philosophical background.
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