搜尋 圖片 地圖 Play YouTube 新聞 Gmail 雲端硬碟 更多 »
登入
書籍 書目
" Thus I live in the world rather as a spectator of mankind than as one of the species... "
The Spectator - 第 7 頁
Joseph Addison 著 - 1856
完整檢視 - 關於此書

Performances

Greg Dening - 1996 - 296 頁
...religion, in moral philosophy. Joseph Addison had helped make it so as 'The Spectator' in The Spectator. 'I live in the World rather as a Spectator of Mankind, than as one of the Species'. 'I have acted all the Parts of my life as a Looker-On' (Marshall 1986: 9). Irony was the enlightened...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書

The Routledge History of Literature in English: Britain and Ireland

Ronald Carter, John McRae - 1997 - 584 頁
...observation of and comment on the life and times of eighteenth-century London and England. Addison wrote: 'I live in the world rather as a spectator of mankind than as one of the species.' What emerges as important is, therefore, a point of view, an attitude, rather than a committed engagement...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書

Readings/writings

Greg Dening - 1998 - 235 頁
...this Age of Enlightenment was both an act of worldly-wise theatre and an exhilarating idealism. '1 live in the World rather as a Spectator of Mankind, than as one of the Species', wrote Joseph Addison. 'I have entered all the Parts of my life as a LookerOn.' Irony was the enlightened's...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書

Impartial Stranger: History and Intertextuality in Gibbon's Decline and Fall ...

Peter Cosgrove - 1999 - 290 頁
...the Spectator is still a useful guide to the characteristics and functions of this fictional type: Thus I live in the World, rather as a Spectator of...Statesman, Soldier, Merchant and Artizan, without ever medling with any Practical Part in Life. I am very well versed in the Theory of an Husband, or a Father,...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書

The Springs of Liberty: The Satiric Tradition and Freedom of Speech

Stewart Justman - 1999 - 154 頁
...the inaugural number of the Spectator our narrator places himself semiseriously in this tradition: Thus I live in the world, rather as a spectator of...as one of the species,- by which means I have made my self a speculative statesman, soldier, merchant and artizan, without ever meddling with any practical...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書

Plots of Enlightenment: Education and the Novel in Eighteenth-century England

Richard A. Barney - 1999 - 402 頁
...developments. In his introductory remarks to the journal's first issue, Addison anonymously claims: "I live in the World, rather as a Spectator of Mankind, than as one of the Species. ... I have acted in all the Parts of my Life as a Lookeron, which is the Character I intend to preserve...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書

Streetwalking the Metropolis : Women, the City and Modernity: Women, the ...

Deborah L. Parsons - 2000 - 256 頁
...of London and commenting on London society, the narrator describes himself as a detached observer: '[t]hus I live in the World, rather as a Spectator...as one of the Species; by which means I have made my self a Speculative Statesman, Soldier, Merchant, and Artizan, without ever meddling with any Practical...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書

Modernism, Mass Culture, and the Aesthetics of Obscenity

Allison Pease - 2000 - 244 頁
...Spectator. The title already suggesting a remove from necessity, Addison's first editorial piece declares, "I live in the world rather as a spectator of mankind than as one of the species."73 Addison's distancing gaze constitutes itself as at once respectable and superior by substituting...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書

The Secret History of Domesticity: Public, Private, and the Division of ...

Michael McKeon - 2005 - 873 頁
...independence, for example, as a requirement for the disinterested spectatorship crucial to his urban existence: "Thus I live in the World, rather as a Spectator of...as one of the Species; by which means I have made my self a Speculative Statesman, Soldier, Merchant and Artizan, without ever medling with any Practical...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書

The Secret History of Domesticity: Public, Private, and the Division of ...

Michael McKeon - 2006 - 904 頁
...the coffeehouses, surreptitiously "over-hear[ing] the Conversation of every Table in the Room. . . . Thus I live in the World, rather as a Spectator of Mankind, than as one of the Species . . . and since I have neither Time nor Inclination to communicate the Fulness of my Heart in Speech,...
有限的預覽 - 關於此書




  1. 我的圖書館
  2. 說明
  3. 進階圖書搜尋
  4. 下載 ePub 版
  5. 下載 PDF