小杜丽佳句

1.初中英语好句摘抄 快快快快 1. Do not, for one repulse, forgo the purpose that you resolved to effort.…

1.初中英语好句摘抄 快快快快

1. Do not, for one repulse, forgo the purpose that you resolved to effort. ( Shakespeare ) 不要只因一次挫败,就放弃你原来决心想达到的目的。

(莎士比亚)2. The man who has made up his mind to win will never say ” Impossible”.( Napoleon ) 凡是决心取得胜利的人是从来不说“不可能”的。(拿破仑)3. Miracles sometimes occur, but one has to work terribly for them. ( C. Weizmann ) 奇迹有时候是会发生的,但是你得为之拼命蒂努力。

(魏茨曼)4. There is no such thing as darkness; only a failure to see. ( Muggeridge ) 没有黑暗这种东西,只有看不见而已。(马格里奇)5. Time is a bird for ever on the wing. ( T. W. Robertson ) 时间是一只永远在飞翔的鸟。

(罗伯逊)6. If you do not learn to think when you are young, you may never learn. ( Edison ) 如果你年轻时不学会思考,那就永远不会。(爱迪生)7. A day is a miniature of eternity. ( Emerson ) 一天是永恒的缩影。

(爱默生)8. Morality may consist solely in the courage of making a choice. ( L. Blum ) 品德可能仅仅在于有勇气作出抉择。(布鲁斯)9. If there were less sympathy in the world, there would be less trouble in the world. ( O. Wilde ) 如果世界上少一些同情,世界上也就会少一些麻烦。

(王尔德) 经典英文名句21.We (sea folk) can live to three hundred years old, but when we perish we turn into mere foam on the sea.——Andersen, “The little mermaid” 我们(水族)能活到三百岁但我们死时我们成为海上的泡沫而已.——安徒生2.Writers are well-known for their powers of invention and imagination.——Andersen, “The Nightingale” 作家以创造力和想像力闻名.——安徒生3.Teas in the listener’s eyes are the finest possible reward for any singer.——Andersen, “The Nightingale” 对任何歌唱者来说,聆听者眼中的泪水是最好的报酬.——安徒生4.”But he hasn’t got anything on!” a little child said.——Andersen, “The Emperor’s New Clothes” 「但他什麽也没穿啊!」一个小孩子说.——安徒生5.”I have many beautiful flowers,” he said, “but the children are the most beautiful flowers of all.”——Wilde, “The Selfish Giant” 「我有许多美丽的花,」他说:「但这些孩子是所有花中最美丽的.」——王尔德6.In war, the strong makes slaves of the weak, and in peace the rich makes slaves of poor.——Wilde, “The Young King” 战争时,强者奴役弱者;和平时,富者奴役贫者.——王尔德7.We have chains, though no eye beholds them; and we are slaves, though men call us free.——Wilde, “The Young King” 我们镣铐在身,虽然没人见到;我们身为奴隶,虽然人们认为我们自由.——王尔德8.The burden of this world is too great for one man to bear, and the world’s sorrow too heavy for one heart to suffer.——Wilde, “The Young King” 这世界的担子太重了,一个人承担不起;这世界的悲伤太沉重了,一颗心承受不了.——王尔德9.”What is the use of a book,” thought Alice, “without pictures or conversation “——Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland 「一本既没有图画,又没有对话的书,有什麽用呢 」爱丽丝想著.——卡洛儿,10.Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated.——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea 人并不是生来给打败的.人可消灭,但打不败.——海明威11.Man is not much beside the great birds and beasts.——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea 比起那些伟大的鸟兽来,人算不了什麽.——海明威12.Pain does not matter to a man.——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea 对男子汉而言,痛苦算不了什麽.——海明威13.There are more things to admire in men than to despise.——Camus, The plague 人之可称赞之点,多於其可鄙视之处.——卡缪14.What interests me is living and dying for what one loves.——Camus, The plague 我感到兴趣的是:为所爱而生,为所爱而死.——卡缪15.If there is one thing one can always yearn for and sometimes attain, it is human love.——Camus, The plague 如果有一件人可以永远渴望,而且有时能够得到的东西,那就是人类的爱.——卡缪16.I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.——Voltaire 我不赞成你的意见,但我誓死保卫你的发言权.——伏尔泰17.Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone.——Stevenson, “Solitude” 欢笑,世界与欢笑;哭泣,你自己一个人哭泣.——史蒂文生,18.Anyone can carry his burden, however hard, until nightfall. Anyone can do his work, however hard, for one day.——Stevenson 不论肩上的担子如何沉重,总能负担到日暮时分.不论工作如何艰辛,总可以支撑著做一整天.——史蒂文生19.People ask you for criticism, but they only want praise.——Maugham, Of Human Bondage 人们请你批评,但他们要的却是赞美.——毛姆,20.If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom; 。

2.初中英语好句摘抄快快快快

1. Do not, for one repulse, forgo the purpose that you resolved to effort. ( Shakespeare ) 不要只因一次挫败,就放弃你原来决心想达到的目的。

(莎士比亚)2. The man who has made up his mind to win will never say Impossible.( Napoleon ) 凡是决心取得胜利的人是从来不说“不可能”的。(拿破仑)3. Miracles sometimes occur, but one has to work terribly for them. ( C. Weizmann ) 奇迹有时候是会发生的,但是你得为之拼命蒂努力。

(魏茨曼)4. There is no such thing as darkness; only a failure to see. ( Muggeridge ) 没有黑暗这种东西,只有看不见而已。(马格里奇)5. Time is a bird for ever on the wing. ( T. W. Robertson ) 时间是一只永远在飞翔的鸟。

(罗伯逊)6. If you do not learn to think when you are young, you may never learn. ( Edison ) 如果你年轻时不学会思考,那就永远不会。(爱迪生)7. A day is a miniature of eternity. ( Emerson ) 一天是永恒的缩影。

(爱默生)8. Morality may consist solely in the courage of making a choice. ( L. Blum ) 品德可能仅仅在于有勇气作出抉择。(布鲁斯)9. If there were less sympathy in the world, there would be less trouble in the world. ( O. Wilde ) 如果世界上少一些同情,世界上也就会少一些麻烦。

(王尔德)经典英文名句21.We (sea folk) can live to three hundred years old, but when we perish we turn into mere foam on the sea.——Andersen, The little mermaid我们(水族)能活到三百岁但我们死时我们成为海上的泡沫而已.——安徒生2.Writers are well-known for their powers of invention and imagination.——Andersen, The Nightingale作家以创造力和想像力闻名.——安徒生3.Teas in the listener’s eyes are the finest possible reward for any singer.——Andersen, The Nightingale对任何歌唱者来说,聆听者眼中的泪水是最好的报酬.——安徒生4.But he hasn’t got anything on! a little child said.——Andersen, The Emperor’s New Clothes「但他什麽也没穿啊!」一个小孩子说.——安徒生5.I have many beautiful flowers, he said, but the children are the most beautiful flowers of all.——Wilde, The Selfish Giant「我有许多美丽的花,」他说:「但这些孩子是所有花中最美丽的.」——王尔德6.In war, the strong makes slaves of the weak, and in peace the rich makes slaves of poor.——Wilde, The Young King战争时,强者奴役弱者;和平时,富者奴役贫者.——王尔德7.We have chains, though no eye beholds them; and we are slaves, though men call us free.——Wilde, The Young King我们镣铐在身,虽然没人见到;我们身为奴隶,虽然人们认为我们自由.——王尔德8.The burden of this world is too great for one man to bear, and the world’s sorrow too heavy for one heart to suffer.——Wilde, The Young King这世界的担子太重了,一个人承担不起;这世界的悲伤太沉重了,一颗心承受不了.——王尔德9.What is the use of a book, thought Alice, without pictures or conversation ——Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland「一本既没有图画,又没有对话的书,有什麽用呢 」爱丽丝想著.——卡洛儿,10.Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated.——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea人并不是生来给打败的.人可消灭,但打不败.——海明威11.Man is not much beside the great birds and beasts.——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea比起那些伟大的鸟兽来,人算不了什麽.——海明威12.Pain does not matter to a man.——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea对男子汉而言,痛苦算不了什麽.——海明威13.There are more things to admire in men than to despise.——Camus, The plague人之可称赞之点,多於其可鄙视之处.——卡缪14.What interests me is living and dying for what one loves.——Camus, The plague我感到兴趣的是:为所爱而生,为所爱而死.——卡缪15.If there is one thing one can always yearn for and sometimes attain, it is human love.——Camus, The plague如果有一件人可以永远渴望,而且有时能够得到的东西,那就是人类的爱.——卡缪16.I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.——Voltaire我不赞成你的意见,但我誓死保卫你的发言权.——伏尔泰17.Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone.——Stevenson, Solitude欢笑,世界与欢笑;哭泣,你自己一个人哭泣.——史蒂文生,18.Anyone can carry his burden, however hard, until nightfall. Anyone can do his work, however hard, for one day.——Stevenson不论肩上的担子如何沉重,总能负担到日暮时分.不论工作如何艰辛,总可以支撑著做一整天.——史蒂文生19.People ask you for criticism, but they only want praise.——Maugham, Of Human Bondage人们请你批评,但他们要的却是赞美.——毛姆,20.If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom; and the irony of it is that if it is comfort or money it values more, it will lose that too.——Maugham如果国家。

3.初中英语好句摘抄 快快快快

1. Do not, for one repulse, forgo the purpose that you resolved to effort. ( Shakespeare ) 不要只因一次挫败,就放弃你原来决心想达到的目的。

(莎士比亚)2. The man who has made up his mind to win will never say ” Impossible”.( Napoleon ) 凡是决心取得胜利的人是从来不说“不可能”的。(拿破仑)3. Miracles sometimes occur, but one has to work terribly for them. ( C. Weizmann ) 奇迹有时候是会发生的,但是你得为之拼命蒂努力。

(魏茨曼)4. There is no such thing as darkness; only a failure to see. ( Muggeridge ) 没有黑暗这种东西,只有看不见而已。(马格里奇)5. Time is a bird for ever on the wing. ( T. W. Robertson ) 时间是一只永远在飞翔的鸟。

(罗伯逊)6. If you do not learn to think when you are young, you may never learn. ( Edison ) 如果你年轻时不学会思考,那就永远不会。(爱迪生)7. A day is a miniature of eternity. ( Emerson ) 一天是永恒的缩影。

(爱默生)8. Morality may consist solely in the courage of making a choice. ( L. Blum ) 品德可能仅仅在于有勇气作出抉择。(布鲁斯)9. If there were less sympathy in the world, there would be less trouble in the world. ( O. Wilde ) 如果世界上少一些同情,世界上也就会少一些麻烦。

(王尔德)经典英文名句21.We (sea folk) can live to three hundred years old, but when we perish we turn into mere foam on the sea.——Andersen, “The little mermaid”我们(水族)能活到三百岁但我们死时我们成为海上的泡沫而已.——安徒生2.Writers are well-known for their powers of invention and imagination.——Andersen, “The Nightingale”作家以创造力和想像力闻名.——安徒生3.Teas in the listener’s eyes are the finest possible reward for any singer.——Andersen, “The Nightingale”对任何歌唱者来说,聆听者眼中的泪水是最好的报酬.——安徒生4.”But he hasn’t got anything on!” a little child said.——Andersen, “The Emperor’s New Clothes”「但他什麽也没穿啊!」一个小孩子说.——安徒生5.”I have many beautiful flowers,” he said, “but the children are the most beautiful flowers of all.”——Wilde, “The Selfish Giant”「我有许多美丽的花,」他说:「但这些孩子是所有花中最美丽的.」——王尔德6.In war, the strong makes slaves of the weak, and in peace the rich makes slaves of poor.——Wilde, “The Young King”战争时,强者奴役弱者;和平时,富者奴役贫者.——王尔德7.We have chains, though no eye beholds them; and we are slaves, though men call us free.——Wilde, “The Young King”我们镣铐在身,虽然没人见到;我们身为奴隶,虽然人们认为我们自由.——王尔德8.The burden of this world is too great for one man to bear, and the world’s sorrow too heavy for one heart to suffer.——Wilde, “The Young King”这世界的担子太重了,一个人承担不起;这世界的悲伤太沉重了,一颗心承受不了.——王尔德9.”What is the use of a book,” thought Alice, “without pictures or conversation “——Carroll, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland「一本既没有图画,又没有对话的书,有什麽用呢 」爱丽丝想著.——卡洛儿,10.Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated.——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea人并不是生来给打败的.人可消灭,但打不败.——海明威11.Man is not much beside the great birds and beasts.——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea比起那些伟大的鸟兽来,人算不了什麽.——海明威12.Pain does not matter to a man.——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea对男子汉而言,痛苦算不了什麽.——海明威13.There are more things to admire in men than to despise.——Camus, The plague人之可称赞之点,多於其可鄙视之处.——卡缪14.What interests me is living and dying for what one loves.——Camus, The plague我感到兴趣的是:为所爱而生,为所爱而死.——卡缪15.If there is one thing one can always yearn for and sometimes attain, it is human love.——Camus, The plague如果有一件人可以永远渴望,而且有时能够得到的东西,那就是人类的爱.——卡缪16.I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it.——Voltaire我不赞成你的意见,但我誓死保卫你的发言权.——伏尔泰17.Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone.——Stevenson, “Solitude”欢笑,世界与欢笑;哭泣,你自己一个人哭泣.——史蒂文生,18.Anyone can carry his burden, however hard, until nightfall. Anyone can do his work, however hard, for one day.——Stevenson不论肩上的担子如何沉重,总能负担到日暮时分.不论工作如何艰辛,总可以支撑著做一整天.——史蒂文生19.People ask you for criticism, but they only want praise.——Maugham, Of Human Bondage人们请你批评,但他们要的却是赞美.——毛姆,20.If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom; and the irony of it is that if it is comf。

4.我是初二的一名学生,不喜欢看课外书,怎么办啊

看散文佳句可以从《萌芽》、《读者》、《青年文摘》开始啊!这些越看越喜欢的。我当时就是这么过来的。

看小说的话从自己的爱好出发啊!没有爱好就培养啊。男生的话先去看点武侠小说……比如金庸的或是现在比较流行的网络玄幻小说啊。不过网上的书良莠不齐,比较杂。建议楼主先从《诛仙》开始好了。

当然楼主要是对名著感兴趣那就最好了。可以去图书馆随手借几本来品味一下。

楼主实在没兴趣的话可以看日本的动漫,比如《火影忍者》、《死神》……但要小心上瘾,否则就过犹不及了!

5.英语名言50句

1. Do not, for one repulse, forgo the purpose that you resolved to effort. ( Shakespeare ) 不要只因一次挫败,就放弃你原来决心想达到的目的。

(莎士比亚) 2. The man who has made up his mind to win will never say ” Impossible”.( Napoleon ) 凡是决心取得胜利的人是从来不说“不可能”的。(拿破仑) 3. Miracles sometimes occur, but one has to work terribly for them. ( C. Weizmann ) 奇迹有时候是会发生的,但是你得为之拼命蒂努力。

(魏茨曼) 4. There is no such thing as darkness; only a failure to see. ( Muggeridge ) 没有黑暗这种东西,只有看不见而已。(马格里奇) 5. Time is a bird for ever on the wing. ( T. W. Robertson ) 时间是一只永远在飞翔的鸟。

(罗伯逊) 6. If you do not learn to think when you are young, you may never learn. ( Edison ) 如果你年轻时不学会思考,那就永远不会。(爱迪生) 7. A day is a miniature of eternity. ( Emerson ) 一天是永恒的缩影。

(爱默生) 8. Morality may consist solely in the courage of making a choice. ( L. Blum ) 品德可能仅仅在于有勇气作出抉择。(布鲁斯) 9. If there were less sympathy in the world, there would be less trouble in the world. ( O. Wilde ) 如果世界上少一些同情,世界上也就会少一些麻烦。

(王尔德) 经典英文名句2 5. “I have many beautiful flowers,” he said, “but the children are the most beautiful flowers of all.” ——Wilde, “The Selfish Giant” 「我有许多美丽的花,」他说:「但这些孩子是所有花中最美丽的.」 ——王尔德 6. In war, the strong makes slaves of the weak, and in peace the rich makes slaves of poor. ——Wilde, “The Young King” 战争时,强者奴役弱者;和平时,富者奴役贫者. ——王尔德 8. The burden of this world is too great for one man to bear, and the world’s sorrow too heavy for one heart to suffer. ——Wilde, “The Young King” 这世界的担子太重了,一个人承担不起;这世界的悲伤太沉重了,一颗心承受不了. ——王尔德 10. Man is not made for defeat. A man can be destroyed but not defeated. ——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea 人并不是生来给打败的.人可消灭,但打不败. ——海明威 11. Man is not much beside the great birds and beasts. ——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea 比起那些伟大的鸟兽来,人算不了什麽. ——海明威 12. Pain does not matter to a man. ——Hemingway, The Old Man and the Sea 对男子汉而言,痛苦算不了什麽. ——海明威 13. There are more things to admire in men than to despise. ——Camus, The plague 人之可称赞之点,多於其可鄙视之处. ——卡缪 14. What interests me is living and dying for what one loves. ——Camus, The plague 我感到兴趣的是:为所爱而生,为所爱而死. ——卡缪 15. If there is one thing one can always yearn for and sometimes attain, it is human love. ——Camus, The plague 如果有一件人可以永远渴望,而且有时能够得到的东西,那就是人类的爱. ——卡缪 16. I disapprove of what you say, but I will defend to the death your right to say it. ——Voltaire 我不赞成你的意见,但我誓死保卫你的发言权. ——伏尔泰17. Laugh, and the world laughs with you; Weep, and you weep alone. ——Stevenson, “Solitude” 欢笑,世界与欢笑;哭泣,你自己一个人哭泣. ——史蒂文生, 18. Anyone can carry his burden, however hard, until nightfall. Anyone can do his work, however hard, for one day. ——Stevenson 不论肩上的担子如何沉重,总能负担到日暮时分.不论工作如何艰辛,总可以支撑著做一整天. ——史蒂文生 19. People ask you for criticism, but they only want praise. ——Maugham, Of Human Bondage 人们请你批评,但他们要的却是赞美. ——毛姆, 20. If a nation values anything more than freedom, it will lose its freedom; and the irony of it is that if it is comfort or money it values more, it will lose that too. ——Maugham 如果国家对任何事的评估高於自由,它会丧失自由;讽刺的是,如果它评估高的是安逸或金钱,它也会丧失安逸或金钱. ——毛姆 21. We can’t form our children on our own concepts; we must take them and love them as God gives them to us. ——Goethe 我们不能依据自己的观念来训练孩子;我们必须把他们当成上帝的赏赐,接纳他们,爱护他们. ——哥德 22. Life teaches to be less harsh with ourselves and with others. ——Goethe 生活教导我们对自己,对别人不要太严苛. ——哥德 23. One of the most striking differences between a cat and a lie is that a cat has only nine lives. ——Mark Twain 猫与谎言最显著的差异之一:猫只有九条命. ——马克吐温24. Everyone is a moon, and has a dark side which he never shows to anybody. ——Mark Twain 人人都是月亮,都有不愿让人见到的阴暗面. ——马克吐温 25. “Classic.” A book which people praise and don’t read. ——Mark Twain 「经典之作.」人们称赞却不想读的书. ——马克吐温 26. Dictionaries are like watches; the worst i。

6.急要有关英美文学方面的知识

英国文学 一、中世纪文学 古英语文学 英格兰岛的早期居民凯尔特人和其他部族,没有留下书面文学作品。

5世纪时,原住北欧的三个日耳曼部落——盎格鲁、撒克逊和朱特——侵入英国,他们的史诗《贝奥武甫》传了下来。诗中的英雄贝奥武甫杀巨魔、斗毒龙,并在征服这些自然界恶势力的过程中为民捐躯。

它的背景和情节是北欧的,但掺有基督教成分,显示出史诗曾几经修改,已非原貌。按照保存在一部10世纪的手抄本里的版本来看,诗的结构完整,写法生动,所用的头韵、重读字和代称体现了古英语诗歌的特色。

6世纪末,基督教传入英国,出现了宗教文学。僧侣们用拉丁文写书,其中比德所著的《英国人民宗教史》(731年完成)既有难得的史实,又有富于哲理的传说,受到推崇,并译成了英文。

此后,丹麦人入侵,不少寺院毁于兵火,学术凋零。9世纪末,韦塞克斯国王阿尔弗雷德大力抗丹,同时着手振兴学术,请了一批学者将拉丁文著作译为英文,并鼓励编写《盎格鲁—撒克逊编年史》,这是用英国当地语言写史的开始。

中古英语文学 1066年诺曼人入侵,带来了欧洲大陆的封建制度,也带来了一批说法语的贵族。古英语受到了统治阶层语言的影响,本身也在起着变化,12世纪后发展为中古英语。

文学上也出现了新风尚,盛行用韵文写的骑士传奇,它们歌颂对领主的忠和对高贵妇人的爱,其中艺术性高的有《高文爵士与绿衣骑士》。它用头韵体诗写成,内容是古代亚瑟王属下一个“圆桌骑士”的奇遇。

14世纪后半叶,中古英语文学达到了高峰。这时期的重要诗人乔叟的创作历程,从早期对法国和意大利作品的仿效,进到后来英国本色的写实,表明了英国文学的自信。

他的杰作《坎特伯雷故事集》用优美、活泼的韵文,描写了一群去坎特伯雷朝圣的人的神态言谈;他们来自不同阶层和行业,各人所讲的故事或雅或俗,揭示了多方面的社会现实。同时,还有教会小职员兰格伦写的头韵体长诗《农夫皮尔斯》(一译《农夫彼得之梦》),用梦幻的形式和寓意的象征,写出了1381年农民暴动前后的农村现实,笔锋常带严峻的是非之感。

同样宣泄下层人民情绪的还有民间歌谣,它们往往是在长时间的口头流传之后才写定的,其中最初见于15世纪抄本的罗宾汉歌谣,描绘了一群农民劫富济贫、打击教会僧侣和执法吏的事迹,传诵至今。 二、文艺复兴时期文学 16世纪,由于新航路发现后海外贸易发达,英国国力逐渐充实,民族主义高涨,1588年一举击败大陆强国西班牙派来入侵的“无敌舰队”。

文化上也出现了一个活动频繁、佳作竞出的文艺复兴局面。 一如在14世纪的意大利,文艺复兴在英国是以重新发现希腊、罗马的古典文化开始的。

大学里恢复了古希腊语的教学,接着出现了规模宏大的翻译活动,众多的学者、作家将古代希腊、罗马和近代意、法等国的学术和文学名著译成了早期近代英语。哲学家、教育家、历史家、政治家、宗教人士纷纷从事著述,用不同方式表达了人文主义思想,其中有托马斯•莫尔用拉丁文写的《乌托邦》(1516)。

这部作品借一个旅行者谈海外见闻的方式,描绘了一个没有私有制和宗教压迫而崇尚学术的理想社会,而对为了能多产羊毛而大规模圈地、迫使贫苦农民流离失所的“羊吃人”的现实英国作了有力的谴责。 诗歌创作空前活跃,大批诗集出版,开一时风气的重要诗选也陆续问世,其中《杂集》(1557)发表了华埃特和萨里两人对于意大利十四行诗的仿作,使这一诗体在英国生根。

到了90年代,锡德尼等著名诗人都出版了十四行诗集,虽然仍以歌颂爱情为主,却能突破旧格局而注入新内容。比十四行更重要的还有其他诗体,或抒情,或叙事,或讽刺,或探讨哲理,都有出色的代表作家,而成就最大的则数斯宾塞。

他的主要作品《仙后》(1590~1596)规模宏大,内容丰富,利用中古骑士传奇的体裁,以寓言为主要手法,在精神上却反对天主教而歌颂作为英国民族象征的伊丽莎白女王,传达了正在兴起的清教主义的严峻的道德观,并且出之以优美而多变的韵文,使得斯宾塞不仅独步当时诗坛,而且成为后世讲究诗艺的作家所仰慕的“诗人的诗人”。 诗歌的成就还包括无韵体诗在剧本里的成功运用。

诗同剧的结合产生了这一时期文学最骄傲的成果:诗剧。从16世纪80年代起,诗剧作者们摆脱了中古神秘剧、奇迹剧、道德剧的宗教色彩和粗糙技巧,建立了一种生气勃勃的新戏剧,敏锐、强烈地表达了时代精神,在艺术上作了多方面的大胆创新。

第一个成功地使无韵体诗变成戏剧媒介的是马洛。他用“壮丽的诗句”写壮丽的人物,如《帖木儿》(1590)中的中亚大帝国的创立者和《浮士德博士的悲剧》(1604)中的追求无限知识的德国博士,同时又在《爱德华二世》(1594)里将一个国王的遭遇写成了英国第一个历史剧。

马洛早死,但是诗剧继续成长,经过基德、格林、查普曼、德克、米德尔顿、马斯顿、海伍德等人的创作实践,题材扩大,技巧更趋成熟,至莎士比亚而集大成。 莎士比亚是演员和剧作家,一生写了37部剧本。

他博采众长而又自有创造,在历史剧、喜剧、悲剧、传奇剧各方面都写出了杰作。他。

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