The Country and the City
Chatto and Windus, 1973 - 335 頁
A STUDY OF RESPONSES, IN ENGLISH LITERATURE AND SOCIAL THOUGHT, TO THE TWO OFTEN CONTRASTED KINDS OF HUMAN SETTLEMENT, "COUNTRY" AND "CITY", IN THEIR VARIOUS HISTORICAL FORMS.
在此書籍中有 43 頁符合 actual
第 1 到 3 筆結果，共 43 筆
abstracted Adam Bede agriculture become capitalism capitalist centre character characteristic Chawton civilisation Cobbett complicated connection consciousness contrast conventional country and city country-house course Crabbe crisis Daniel Deronda decisive Dickens dominant Eclogue economic eighteenth century Elizabeth Gaskell emphasis enclosure English experience farmers farming Felix Holt forms George Eliot Gilbert White Gissing green language Hardy Hardy's Hesiod houses human Ibid idea idealisation improvement industrial isolated Jane Austen kind labourers land landowners landscape literary literature living London look mode moral movement natural neo-pastoral nineteenth century novel observation organisation pastoral Penshurst persistent physical poem political poor production relations relationships rural England Saxham seen sense settlement significant social society Stephen Duck streets structure of feeling T. S. Eliot tenant Theocritus Thomas Hardy town trade traditional urban village vision whole Wordsworth writing