Bloom's literature online [database]
by
 
Facts on File, Inc.

Title
Bloom's literature online [database]

Author
Facts on File, Inc.

ISBN
9780816043477

Corporate Author
Facts on File, Inc.

Publication Information
New York : Facts on File, c2002-2008.

General Note
Title from home page as viewed on April 29, 2008.
 
Sources: Library of Congress, National Archives, Getty Images.

Contents
Genres and types of writing, Historical events, Legendary and mythological figures, Literary institutions and organizations, Literary movements, groups and eras, People, Periodicals and documents, Places, Terms and definitions, and Themes.
 
African-American Literature -- Albert Camus -- American Indian literature -- Anton Chekhov -- Arthur Miller -- Asian-American literature -- Autobiography -- Ballad -- Bible -- Bildungsroman -- Charles Dickens -- Chicago literary renaissance -- Children's literature -- Classic literature -- Comedy -- Coming-of-age -- Commedia dell'arte -- D.H. Lawrence -- Dante Alighieri -- Drama -- Edgar Allan Poe -- Ëmile Zola -- Emily Dickinson -- Epics -- Ernest Hemingway -- Eugene O'Neill -- Euripides -- F. Scott Fitzgerald -- Fable -- Fantasy -- Farce -- Federico García Lorca -- Feminist literature -- Flannery O'Connor -- Folklore -- Franz Kafka -- Gabriel García Márquez -- Gay/lesbian literature -- Geoffrey Chaucer -- George Bernard Shaw -- George Elliot -- Gothic legend -- Gothic literature -- Gustave Flaubert -- Harlem Renaissance -- Harold Bloom -- Henrik Ibsen -- Herman Melville -- Historical -- Homer -- Horror -- James Baldwin -- James Joyce -- Jane Austin -- J.D. Slinger -- Johann Wolfgang Avon Goethe -- John Keats -- Jonathan Swift -- Langston Hughes -- Latino literature -- Leo Tolstoy -- Lost Generation novels -- Marcel Proust -- Mark Twain -- Melodrama -- Memoir -- Minimalism -- Modernism -- Molière -- Morality plays -- Mythology -- Narrative -- Nathaniel Hawthorne -- Naturalism -- Neoclassicism -- Norman Mailer -- Oscar Wilde -- Ovid -- Pablo Neruda -- Parody -- Pastoral -- Percy Bysshe Shelley -- Poetry -- Postmodernism -- Prose -- Pulp fiction -- Realism -- Robert Frost -- Romance -- Saga -- Satire -- Science fiction -- Short Story -- Sonnet -- Sophocles -- T. S. Eliot -- Tennessee Williams -- The New Yorker -- Toni Morrison -- Tragedy -- Transcendentalism -- Victor Hugo -- Virgil -- Virginia Woolf -- Voltaire -- Walt Whitman -- William Butler Yeats -- William Faulkner -- William Shakespeare -- William Wordsworth -- Zora Neale Hurston.

Abstract
Information on great writers, important works, memorable characters, and influential movements and events in world literature. The database includes hundreds of essays by literary critics Harold Bloom and others. Thousands of other entries have been taken from related print titles, an archive of literary characters, a timeline of world literature, Harold Bloom's western literary canon, and other sources of literary topics, themes, movements, and genres. Updated regularly, this diverse database serves the needs of individuals as well as educational institutions at all levels from elementary schools to universities and public libraries.
 
Authors, Works, and Topics and themes.

Reading Level
Intended audience: All levels.

Subject Term
Years 7-12.
 
TAFE/Uni.
 
General resource.
 
English.
 
Literature.
 
Reading.
 
Authors.
 
Biography.
 
Folklore.
 
Linguistics.
 
Philology.
 
African literature.
 
American literature.
 
East Asian literature.
 
English literature.
 
German literature.
 
Indo-Iranian literature.
 
Oriental literature.
 
Pacific Island literature.
 
Indo-Iranian languages.
 
Oriental languages.
 
Language and languages.

Geographic Term
Africa -- Languages.
 
East Asia -- Languages.
 
Islands of the Pacific -- Languages.
 
Oceania -- Languages.

Electronic Access
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Format
Electronic Resources


LibraryMaterial TypeShelf NumberLibrary
Online LibraryOnline e-Resource800 BLOOnline LibraryOnline