Development of the English Novel video

Video title: Development of the English Novel

Watch this History of British Literature video entitled Development of the English Novel to study the development of the English novel, from this genre's forerunners to its formal beginnings with Samuel Richardson and Henry Fielding, concluding with two major novelists of the early 19th century: Jane Austen and Sir Walter Scott. Learn about the subjects and themes explored by early English novelists.

You will trace the development of the English novel from its forerunners to its formal beginnings with Samuel Richardson and Henry Fielding to its two major novelists of the early nineteenth century: Jane Austen and Sir Walter Scott.

 

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Development of the English Novel video. Learning Objectives for this video:

  • Development of the Novel. Learn about English Literature and the Development of the English Novel. Survey the poetry and prose of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries while exploring their relationship to contemporary social, political, and intellectual currents.
  • Examine literary developments during the Age of Enlightenment, a period that witnessed the emergence of modern science and popular journalism.
  • Gain insight to the complex imagery and style of the metaphysical poets and the elegant, witty sentiments favored by the Augustan poets, and explore their relationship to contemporary social, political, and intellectual currents.
  • Trace the development of the English novel from its forerunners to its formal beginnings with Samuel Richardson and Henry Fielding to its two major novelists of the early nineteenth century: Jane Austen and Sir Walter Scott while examining the subjects and themes explored by early English novelists.
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