美国预科文学作业:What is Literature? How and Why, Does It Matter?

2019-09-21

What is Literature? How and Why, Does It Matter?

1.我认为文学是人类的一种多环节的精神活动。这是一种人们专注于工作的活动。广义文学包括四个要素世界作者文本读著和三个过程:体验、创造和接受。文本对审美对象是真正的作品,没有文学超越阅读。


2.我认为,读完部文学作品。通常没有立竽见影的效果.但一个人的性格修养和内涵都是这样积淀起来的。阅读对一个人的影响是缓而深刻的。也许读一本书对你不好。 但在我们的岁月里,它慢慢地像流沙一样渗透开来。” 被视为文学的体裁与日常行为有着不同的联系。”(第一章)在读了契诃夫的《变色龙》之后,我觉得_我可能永远不会像奥库洛夫那样勢利。或者偶尔势利5后来我记得我会脸红。艾德契词夫的小说。我相信我的部分世界观来自手什么我就是什么。


3.辩论是对每个参与的人进行调套的过程。 你和你的听众可能最终都会改变主意。”根据我的个人经验I我鼓励我的一些朋友施入我的准备工作我们从文学中学习 I这是一件非常全面的事情。仑可以导虫到我几乎所有人文学科的基本概念。


4.这学也不是作者的经验(创作意图)。在回答这个问题时,有人说了“故意的错误”。这可以归因于弗菜的评论:“易上生对易生宜己的作品只是一个非常稽糕的批评家。“大家都知道,“娃娃屋是易下生的杰作.但他喜欢自己的二流戏剧。


1. I think literature is a multi-linked spiritual activity ofhuman beings. It is an activity where people focus onworks. Broad literature includes four elements, world,author, text, readers and three processes, experience,creation, and acceptance. The text to the aestheticobject is the, real work, and there is no literaturebeyond reading .


2. I think that after reading a literary work, there isusually. no immediate effect, but a person's charactercultivation and connotation are all accumulated in sucha way. The impact of reading on one person is slow an(profound. It may be that reading a book is not good for you. But throughout our years, i正slowly penetrated like ;quicksand." The genres regarded as literary are tied inothe ways to everyday behavior: '(chapter 1) Afterreading Chekhov's” Chameleon", I felt that I mightnever be snobbish like Ochulov, or occasionally snobbish, and later blush as I remembered Chekhov'snovel.I believe part of my world view are from whatIread, I am whatI read.


3.' Arguing is a process of inquiry of inquiry for everyoneinvolved.Both you and your audience may wind upchanging your minds" For !my persona! experience, Iencouraged some of my friend by joining my readyingand we Tearn from literature, sinceis a very comprehensive thing. It can export to my basicconcepts of almost alll humanities.


4.Literature is also not the author's experience (creative intentions). Someone in the answer to this question said "intentional errors." This can be attributed to Frye's remark: "Ibsen is only a very bad critic for Ibsen's own work." Everyone knows that "A Doll's House" is a masterpiece of Ibsen, but he likes his own second-rate drama.