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Copy of Literary Movements

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Emma Dromiack

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Literary Movements Emma Dromiack Medieval 500-1500 Beowulf (circa 1000) The Song of Roland (circa 1100) The Nibelungenlied (circa 1200) The Story of the Volsungs (circa 1300) Geoffrey Chaucer
The Canterbury Tales (circa 1390) Renaissance 1500-1670 William Shakespeare (born 1564) Edmund Spenser
The Faerie Queene (1590) Romeo & Juliet (1597) Macbeth (1603) John Milton
Paradise Lost (1667) Shakespeare Globe Theatre Enlightenment 1700-1800 Benjamin Franklin
Poor Richards Almanack (1733) Denis Diderot
Encylopedie (1750) Voltaire, Candide (1759) Jean-Jacque Rosseau
Emile (1762) Romantic Period 1798-1870 William Wordsworth
Lyrical Ballads (1798) Mary Shelley
Frankenstein (1818) Lord Bryon
Don Juan (1819-1824) Nathaniel Hawthorne
The Scarlet Letter (1850) Herman Melville, Moby Dick (1851) Walt Whitman
Leaves of Grass (1855) Transcendental Movement 1830-1860 Ralph Waldo Emerson Nature (1836) The American Scholar (1837) Margaret Fuller Woman in the Nineteenth Century (1845) Henry David Thoreau Civil Disobedience (1849) Walden (1854) Victorian Period 1837-1901 Charlotte Bronte
Jane Eyre (1847) Emily Bronte
Wuthering Heights (1847) Lord Tennyson
In Memoriam (1849) Robert Browning
Men and Women (1855) George Eliot
Silas Marner (1861) Thomas Hardy
Tess of the D’Urbervilles (1891) Realism 1820-1920 Fyodor Dostoyevsky (born 1821) Mark Twain (born 1835) Henry James (born 1843) Gustave Flaubert
Madame Bovary (1857) Vicente Blasco Ibanez, The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (1916) Existentialism 1850-Today Fyodor Dostoyevsky
Crime and Punishment (1866) Franz Kafka, The Metamorphosis (1915) Paul Sartre
Nausea (1938) Albert Camus Samuel Beckett
Waiting for Godot (1949) The Stranger (1942) Naturalism 1870-1920 Edith Wharton Stephen CraneThe Red Badge of Courage (1895) Frank NorrisMcTeague (1899) Theodore Dreiser, Sister Carrie (1900) The House of Mirth (1905) Ethan Frome (1911) The Bloomsbury Group 1903-1964 E.M. Forster Lytton Strachey Howard’s End (1910) Eminent Victorians (1918) Modernism 1910-1965 T.S. Eliot Hilda DoolittleHymen (1921) F. Scott Fitzgerald, The Great Gatsby (1925) William Butler YeatsThe Tower (1928) Ernest HemingwayA Farewell to Arms (1929) William FaulknerThe Sound and the Fury (1929) Ezra PoundThe Cantos of Ezra Pound (1948) The Hollow Men (1925) The Waste Land (1922) Prufrock and Other Observations (1917) The Beat Generation 1945-1964 Allen GinsbergHowl (1956) Jack KerouacOn the Road (1957) William S. Burroughs, Naked Lunch (1959) Work Cited "Literary Periods & History Timeline." Literary Periods
Timeline. N.p., n.d. Web. 03 Sept. 2012. <http://www.online-literature.com/periods/timeline.php>. Mrs. Mayorga Period 2 AP Literature
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