英美诗歌名篇选读 北京联合大学

内容简介:
细读英诗名篇,了解诗歌要素,挖掘文学主题;
分析诗话形式,揭示诗史脉络,催生诗化审美;
体验英诗魅力,培养文学兴趣, 增强外语意识;
拓展文化视野,陶冶诗化情操,提高人文素质。
价格:
免费
课程介绍
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Poetry Recitation: Robert Browning’s “Meeting at Night”& Robert Frost’s “The Pasture” Robert Browning’s “Meeting at Night”
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Poetry Recitation: Robert Browning’s “Meeting at Night”& Robert Frost’s “The Pasture” Robert Frost’s “The Pasture”
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 1: Poetry Delights and Instructs Poetry Delights and Instructs
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 2: Poetry Communicates Experience Lecture 2: Poetry Communicates Experience
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 3: Poetry Says Much in Little Lecture 3: Poetry Says Much in Little
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 4: A Course Description with a Syllabus Lecture 4: A Course Description with a Syllabus
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 5: Why Do We Read All These Masterpieces? Lecture 5: Why Do We Read All These Masterpieces?
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Poetry Recitation: William Shakespeare's Sonnets (18 & 73) Poetry Recitation: William Shakespeare's Sonnets (18 & 73)
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 2: Sonnet 18: An Explanation Lecture 2: Sonnet 18: An Explanation
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 3: Devices and Techniques Lecture 3: Devices and Techniques
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 4: Immortality through Literature Lecture 4: Immortality through Literature
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 5: Structure of English Sonnets Lecture 5: Structure of English Sonnets
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 6: Why Should We Read Shakespeare? Lecture 6: Why Should We Read Shakespeare?
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Poetry Recitation: Milton’s Sonnet 19 & Paradise Lost (Invocation, lines 1-16) Recitation: Milton's Sonnet 19 & Paradise Lost (lines 1-16)
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 2: John Milton's Life and Works Lecture 2: John Milton's Life and Works
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 3: Miltonic Sonnet Lecture 3: Miltonic Sonnet
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 4: Milton’s Sonnet 19: An Explanation Lecture 4: Milton’s Sonnet 19: An Explanation
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 5: Commentary on Milton's Sonnet 19 Lecture 5: Commentary on Milton's Sonnet 19
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 6: The Invocation of Paradise Lost Lecture 6: The Invocation of Paradise Lost
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Poetry Recitation: John Donne's “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning” Recitation: Donne's “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning”
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 2: Life of John Donne Lecture 2: Life of John Donne
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 3: Metaphysical Poetry Lecture 3: Metaphysical Poetry
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 4: Donne's “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning” Lecture 4: Donne's “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning”
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 5: Themes: Death, Love, Faith, and Science Lecture 5: Themes: Death, Love, Faith, and Science
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Poetry Recitation: Wordsworth's “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” Recitation: Wordsworth's “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 2: Life of William Wordsworth Lecture 2: Life of William Wordsworth
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 3: Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1800) Lecture 3: Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1800)
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 4: Wordsworth's Definition of Poetry Lecture 4: Wordsworth's Definition of Poetry
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 5: Characteristics of Romanticism Lecture 5: Characteristics of Romanticism
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 6: “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”: An Explanation Lecture 6: “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”: An Explanation
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Poetry Recitation: John Keats's Poems Poetry Recitation: John Keats's Poems
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 2: Life of John Keats Lecture 2: Life of John Keats
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 3: “On First Looking into Chapman's Homer”: An Explanation 3: “On First Looking into Chapman's Homer”: An Explanation
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 4: “Negative Capability” Lecture 4: “Negative Capability”
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 5: “Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty” Lecture 5: “Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty”
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Poetry Recitation: Walt Whitman's Poems Poetry Recitation: Walt Whitman’s Poems
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 2: “I am Large, I Contain Multitudes” Lecture 2: “I am Large, I Contain Multitudes”
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 3: “Walt Whitman, an American” Lecture 3: “Walt Whitman, an American”
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 4: “One's Self I Sing” Lecture 4: “One's Self I Sing”
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 5: “Song of Myself” (Sections I & II) Lecture 5: “Song of Myself” (Sections I & II)
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Poetry Recitation: Emily Dickinson's Poems Poetry Recitation: Emily Dickinson's Poems
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 2: “The Mother of Modern American Poetry” Lecture 2: “The Mother of Modern American Poetry”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 3: Life of Emily Dickinson Lecture 3: Life of Emily Dickinson
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 4: “I'm Nobody, Who Are You?” Lecture 4: “I'm Nobody, Who Are You?”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 5: “The Soul Selects Her Own Society” Lecture 5: “The Soul Selects Her Own Society”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 6: “This Is My Letter to the World” Lecture 6: “This Is My Letter to the World”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 7: “I Heard a Fly Buzz-When I Died” Lecture 7: “I Heard a Fly Buzz-When I Died”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 8: “Tell All the Truth Bu Tell It Slant -” Lecture 8: “Tell All the Truth But Tell It Slant -”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Poetry Recitation: Robert Frost's Poems Poetry Recitation: Robert Frost's Poems
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 2: Life of Robert Frost Lecture 2: Life of Robert Frost
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 3: “The Sound of Sense” Lecture 3: “The Sound of Sense”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 4: “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” Lecture 4: “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 5: “The Road Not Taken” Lecture 5: “The Road Not Taken”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 6: “Mowing” Lecture 6: “Mowing”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 7: “Mending Wall” Lecture 7: “Mending Wall”
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Poetry Recitation: Robert Browning’s “Meeting at Night”& Robert Frost’s “The Pasture” Robert Browning’s “Meeting at Night”
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Poetry Recitation: Robert Browning’s “Meeting at Night”& Robert Frost’s “The Pasture” Robert Frost’s “The Pasture”
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 1: Poetry Delights and Instructs Poetry Delights and Instructs
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 2: Poetry Communicates Experience Lecture 2: Poetry Communicates Experience
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 3: Poetry Says Much in Little Lecture 3: Poetry Says Much in Little
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 4: A Course Description with a Syllabus Lecture 4: A Course Description with a Syllabus
Week 1 Poetry Delights and Instructs Lecture 5: Why Do We Read All These Masterpieces? Lecture 5: Why Do We Read All These Masterpieces?
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Poetry Recitation: William Shakespeare's Sonnets (18 & 73) Poetry Recitation: William Shakespeare's Sonnets (18 & 73)
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 2: Sonnet 18: An Explanation Lecture 2: Sonnet 18: An Explanation
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 3: Devices and Techniques Lecture 3: Devices and Techniques
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 4: Immortality through Literature Lecture 4: Immortality through Literature
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 5: Structure of English Sonnets Lecture 5: Structure of English Sonnets
Week 2 William Shakespeare:“Shall I Compare Thee to a Summer's Day” Lecture 6: Why Should We Read Shakespeare? Lecture 6: Why Should We Read Shakespeare?
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Poetry Recitation: Milton’s Sonnet 19 & Paradise Lost (Invocation, lines 1-16) Recitation: Milton's Sonnet 19 & Paradise Lost (lines 1-16)
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 2: John Milton's Life and Works Lecture 2: John Milton's Life and Works
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 3: Miltonic Sonnet Lecture 3: Miltonic Sonnet
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 4: Milton’s Sonnet 19: An Explanation Lecture 4: Milton’s Sonnet 19: An Explanation
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 5: Commentary on Milton's Sonnet 19 Lecture 5: Commentary on Milton's Sonnet 19
Week 3 John Milton: “Doth God Exact Day-labor, Light Denied?” Lecture 6: The Invocation of Paradise Lost Lecture 6: The Invocation of Paradise Lost
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Poetry Recitation: John Donne's “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning” Recitation: Donne's “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning”
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 2: Life of John Donne Lecture 2: Life of John Donne
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 3: Metaphysical Poetry Lecture 3: Metaphysical Poetry
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 4: Donne's “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning” Lecture 4: Donne's “A Valediction Forbidding Mourning”
Week 4 John Donne: “But We by a Love So Much Refined” Lecture 5: Themes: Death, Love, Faith, and Science Lecture 5: Themes: Death, Love, Faith, and Science
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Poetry Recitation: Wordsworth's “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud” Recitation: Wordsworth's “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 2: Life of William Wordsworth Lecture 2: Life of William Wordsworth
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 3: Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1800) Lecture 3: Preface to Lyrical Ballads (1800)
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 4: Wordsworth's Definition of Poetry Lecture 4: Wordsworth's Definition of Poetry
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 5: Characteristics of Romanticism Lecture 5: Characteristics of Romanticism
Week 5 William Wordsworth: “Emotion Recollected in Tranquility” Lecture 6: “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”: An Explanation Lecture 6: “I Wandered Lonely as a Cloud”: An Explanation
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Poetry Recitation: John Keats's Poems Poetry Recitation: John Keats's Poems
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 2: Life of John Keats Lecture 2: Life of John Keats
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 3: “On First Looking into Chapman's Homer”: An Explanation 3: “On First Looking into Chapman's Homer”: An Explanation
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 4: “Negative Capability” Lecture 4: “Negative Capability”
Week 6 John Keats: “Much Have I Traveled in the Realms of Gold” Lecture 5: “Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty” Lecture 5: “Beauty is Truth, Truth Beauty”
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Poetry Recitation: Walt Whitman's Poems Poetry Recitation: Walt Whitman’s Poems
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 2: “I am Large, I Contain Multitudes” Lecture 2: “I am Large, I Contain Multitudes”
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 3: “Walt Whitman, an American” Lecture 3: “Walt Whitman, an American”
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 4: “One's Self I Sing” Lecture 4: “One's Self I Sing”
Week 7 Walt Whitman: “I Celebrate Myself” Lecture 5: “Song of Myself” (Sections I & II) Lecture 5: “Song of Myself” (Sections I & II)
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Poetry Recitation: Emily Dickinson's Poems Poetry Recitation: Emily Dickinson's Poems
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 2: “The Mother of Modern American Poetry” Lecture 2: “The Mother of Modern American Poetry”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 3: Life of Emily Dickinson Lecture 3: Life of Emily Dickinson
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 4: “I'm Nobody, Who Are You?” Lecture 4: “I'm Nobody, Who Are You?”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 5: “The Soul Selects Her Own Society” Lecture 5: “The Soul Selects Her Own Society”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 6: “This Is My Letter to the World” Lecture 6: “This Is My Letter to the World”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 7: “I Heard a Fly Buzz-When I Died” Lecture 7: “I Heard a Fly Buzz-When I Died”
Week 8 Emily Dickinson: “I'm Nobody, Who are You?” Lecture 8: “Tell All the Truth Bu Tell It Slant -” Lecture 8: “Tell All the Truth But Tell It Slant -”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Poetry Recitation: Robert Frost's Poems Poetry Recitation: Robert Frost's Poems
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise Lecture 1: Poetry Reading-aloud Exercise
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 2: Life of Robert Frost Lecture 2: Life of Robert Frost
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 3: “The Sound of Sense” Lecture 3: “The Sound of Sense”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 4: “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening” Lecture 4: “Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 5: “The Road Not Taken” Lecture 5: “The Road Not Taken”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 6: “Mowing” Lecture 6: “Mowing”
Week 9 Robert Frost: “A Road Less Traveled By” Lecture 7: “Mending Wall” Lecture 7: “Mending Wall”
课程参数
课程评论

暂无课程评论信息 [发表课程评论]

课程咨询

暂无课程咨询信息 [发表课程咨询]