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Literary study, measurement, and the sublime

Literary study, measurement, and the sublime

disciplinary assessment

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Published by Teagle Foundation in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Literature,
  • Study and teaching (Higher),
  • Educational evaluation

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementDonna Heiland and Laura J. Rosenthal, editors, with the assistance of Cheryl Ching
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPN59 .L52 2011
    The Physical Object
    Pagination374 p. ;
    Number of Pages374
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25204736M
    ISBN 100983123616
    ISBN 109780983123613
    LC Control Number2011488211
    OCLC/WorldCa738565250

    number of books on research methodology, qualitative research, statistics, measurement, and the like, as noted by Boote and Beile (), there has been “a paucity of research and publications devoted to understanding it [what a literature review is]” (p. 5). Today, sublime is often understood to mean "elevated" or "transcendental;" it's fitting, then, that the word's earliest ancestor possibly relates to the literal act of "slanting upward." That ancestor, the Latin sublimis, is thought to be a fusion of sub, meaning "upward to," and limen, meaning "lintel" (a lintel is the horizontal structure that spans the top of a doorway or of two posts.

    Bram Stoker was born in Dublin, Ireland, in The son of a civil servant, Stoker was a sickly child. Stoker’s mother, a charity worker and writer, spent a good deal of time entertaining her son with fantastic tales. Stoker went on to study math at Trinity College and graduated in , at which time he joined the Irish civil service. This book helped me write a large part of my bachelor thesis, and therefore, it deserves a proper review:) For my research I've had to read lots of of books about the subject and the history of the sublime, and this book certainly became an important one for me. The sublime was born in the first century AD as a philosophical way of debating, and was reborn and reformed during the sixteenth /5(2).

    In the noble Qur'an we find a challenge from Allah to compose a literary work on a par with this Qur'an if it is indeed the work of mankind. They could not. The Qur'an continued to reduce it's challenge until the challenge finally became: "compose only a single verse comparable to this Qur'an and you will have won." They still could not. On the Sublime Questions and Answers - Discover the community of teachers, mentors and students just like you that can answer any question you might have on On the Sublime.


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This collection of essays, "Literary Study, Measurement, and the Sublime: Disciplinary Assessment," edited by Donna Heiland and Laura J.

Rosenthal, represents an important new venture in the Foundation's communication program. The book is the product of many authors, including the editors, both of whom have written essays for by: 5.

Literary Study, Measurement, and the Sublime: Disciplinary Assessment, edited by Donna Heiland and Laura J. Rosenthal, represents an important new venture in Literary study Foundation’s communication program (it will appear in print as well, so that readers can engage with it in the format they prefer).

This collection of essays, "Literary Study, Measurement, and the Sublime: Disciplinary Assessment," edited by Donna Heiland and Laura J. Rosenthal, represents an important new venture in the Foundation's communication program. The book is the product of many authors, including the editors, both of whom have written essays for it.

Literary Study, Measurement, and the Sublime: Disciplinary Assessment. Laura J This volume engages these questions from the perspective of literary study, with essays by education leaders, faculty from English and foreign language departments, and assessment experts that offer a wide range of perspectives.

these essays take a pulse of. Literary study, measurement, and the sublime: Disciplinary assessment Article (PDF Available)   January   with   Reads  How we measure 'reads' A.

Sublime, in literary criticism, grandeur of thought, emotion, and spirit that characterizes great is the topic of an incomplete treatise, On the Sublime, that was for long attributed to the 3rd-century Greek philosopher Cassius Longinus but now believed to have been written in the 1st century ad by an unknown writer frequently designated Pseudo-Longinus.

On the Sublime is both a treatise on aesthetics and a work of literary Literary study. It is written in an epistolary form and the final part, possibly dealing with public speaking, has been lost. The treatise is dedicated to Posthumius Terentianus, a cultured Roman and public figure, though little else is.

The sublime in literature refers to use of language and description that excites thoughts and emotions beyond ordinary experience.

Though often associated with grandeur, the sublime may also refer to the grotesque or other extraordinary experiences that "take[s] us beyond ourselves.”. The literary concept of the sublime became important in the eighteenth century.

Overview On the Sublime by Longinus is a work of literary criticism thought to date back to 1st century Rome. While the author is not definitively known, Longinus or Pseudo-Longinus is typically credited for the work.

On the Sublime centers on aesthetics and the benefits of strong us does this by analyzing both strong and weak writing from works written over the previous thousand. Nature + powerful emotion = the Sublime. And who said poets weren't good at math.

Chew on This. See William Wordsworth describing the sublime in this quotation (Quote #2) from "Lines Composed a Few Miles above Tintern Abbey, on Revisiting the Banks of the Wye during a Tour, J " How is the sublime scary and mysterious all at once.

Harold Bloom, American literary critic known for his innovative interpretations of literary history and of the creation of literature. For Chelsea House Publishers he edited numerous series to ‘chronicle all of Western literature.’ Learn more about Bloom’s life and career, including his notable books.

The Sublime. In opposition to the rational thinking of the Enlightenment, Romantics often seek the sublime. Defined "The passion caused by the great and sublime in nature is Astonishment; and astonishment is that state of the soul, in which all its motions are suspended, with some degree of horror.

The Old Testament is one of the foundational documents of Western civilization. In this course, you’ll study a selection of the major books of the Old Testament, probing their meaning and relevance. Among these, you’ll explore the prophets, the wisdom literature, and the apocalyptic literature, finding their deeper historical and religious import, as well as their sublime literary treasures.

In landscape the sublime is exemplified by J.M. W Turner’s sea storms and mountain scenes and in history painting by the violent dramas of Henry Fuseli. The notion that a legitimate function of art can be to produce upsetting or disturbing effects was an important element in Romantic art and remains fundamental to art today.

On the Sublime Homework Help Questions. Please give a short summary of On the Sublime. This is a piece of early literary criticism which deals in particular with the very vexing question of.

As a member, you'll also get unlimited access to o lessons in math, English, science, history, and more. Plus, get practice tests, quizzes, and personalized coaching to help you succeed. In conclusion the philosophical idea of the Sublime is very important to consider in relation to the study of Gothic.

Without the Sublime features in a Gothic novel, the narrative would feel as though it were heading towards another genre. If the main aim was to convey a gothic feel or experience, the Sublime is necessary to consider.

About the Book. Candi Mendut is a reflection of the sublime and stupendous indrajala of the Javanese people when they attained unprecedented heights of power, when literary genius. Study finds gains in faculty diversity, but not on the tenure track. The Soiling of Old Glory. More grad students should be allowed to take jobs outside academe (opinion) Advice for students so they don't sound silly in emails (essay) NCAA slams former UConn coach for.

The more familiar Eagleton emerges with his next three books: Myths of Power: A Marxist Study of the Brontes (), Criticism and Ideology: A Study in Marxist Literary Theory (), and Marxism and Literary Criticism ().In his introduction to the second edition of Myths of Power, Eagleton notes how the book was published ‘on the very threshold of a major resurgence of Marxist.

Wordsworth, Turner, and Romantic Landscape: A Study of the Traditions of the Picturesque and the Sublime (Studies in English and American Literature) [Brennan, Matthew] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Wordsworth, Turner, and Romantic Landscape: A Study of the Traditions of the Picturesque and the Sublime (Studies in English and American Literature).In the estimation of many literary critics and critical historians who have surveyed the rich offerings of classical literary criticism and theory, the treatise On the Sublime, written by probably in the first century A.D., often ranks second in importance only to Aristotle’s Poetics (circa B.C.).

Aristotle’s analytic work succinctly maps the terrain of literary genre, character.Buy This Book in Print. summary. This volume presents a historical-textual study about transformations of the aesthetics of the sublime—the literary and aesthetic quality of greatness under duress—from early English Romanticism to the New Poetry Movement in twentieth-century China.

Zheng sets up the former and the latter as distinct but.