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WOMEN'S WRITERS Mgr. Petr Kalus. Gymnázium a Jazyková škola s právem státní jazykové zkoušky Svitavy ANOTACE Kód DUMu: VY_32_INOVACE_4. AJ.06 Číslo projektu:

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1 WOMEN'S WRITERS Mgr. Petr Kalus

2 Gymnázium a Jazyková škola s právem státní jazykové zkoušky Svitavy ANOTACE Kód DUMu: VY_32_INOVACE_4. AJ.06 Číslo projektu: CZ.1.07/1.5.00/ Vytvořeno: říjen 2012 Ročník: 3. ročník a 4. ročník – čtyřleté gymnázium (RVP-G), Septima a Oktáva – osmileté gymnázium (RVP-G) Anotace: Vzdělávací oblastJazyk a jazyková komunikace Vzdělávací oborAnglický jazyk Tematický okruhWOMEN'S WRITERS Tento materiál byl vytvořen jako osnova pro maturitní okruh: Women' s writers na Gymnáziu a JŠ Svitavy na několik tematicky propojených hodin (pro výklad i opakování – shrnutí učiva). Obsahuje přehled faktografických údajů doplněný o doplňovací cvičení a cvičení zaměřené na na opravu faktografických chyb v jednotlivých větách. Je primárně zaměřen na dva poslední ročníky gymnázia, i přesto se dá využít i v nižších ročnících osmiletého i čtyřletého studia vcelku nebo jeho jednotlivé části. Pomůcky: interaktivní tabule

3 Women’s literature women’s literature is written by and usually aimed at women a long tradition in literature influence of the historical context influence of the role of women in the society certain themes typical of women’s literature

4 Themes in women’s literature  relationship stories: women look at relationships differently  generational sagas: narrates the family history  paranormal: stories about demons, vampires or demon slayers, often with a strong female character  romance: love stories  domestic themes: popular in the past, advice on how to run a house, raise children or to be a good wife. 1

5 Selected women writers AuthorWhy to rememberWorks Aphra Behn ( ) one of the first professional British female writers Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister Oroonoko Jane Austen ( ) the founder of the domestic/family novel, a great realist Pride and Prejudice Senses and Sensibility Persuasion Charlotte Brontë ( ) her works considered English literature standards Jane Eyre The Professor Shirley Villette

6 AuthorWhy to rememberWorks Emily Brontë ( ) a great English poet and novelist, just 1 novel but it is of immense importance Wuthering Heights Marry Shelley ( ) excellent novelist, dramatist, short story writer and essayist, author of the gothic novel Frankenstein The Last Man Elizabeth Gaskell ( ) important Victorian novelist, focused on all layers of society Mary Barton North and South Wives and Daughters: An Everyday Story

7 AuthorWhy to rememberWorks Virginia Woolf ( ) a leading author of modernism Mrs. Dalloway To the Lighthouse Orlando Beatrix Potter ( ) English author and conservationist, author of children΄s books The Tale of Peter Rabbit J.K. Rowling (1965- ) best-selling contemporary author of fantasy books Harry Potter series

8 Jane Austen born at Steventon rectory in 1775 came from a prominent family (members of gentry) educated in Oxford (spelling, needle work, dancing, music, drama) died of Addison΄s disease in 1817 buried in Winchester Cathedral 2

9 Austen΄s literary life her first novels were not accepted by publishers realism – her novels often focused on society pioneering author of domestic novels (family life, daily routine and everyday family problems) often described dependence of women on men characters: usually well-portrayed, young men presented as the least attractive characters 3

10 Austen΄s works Jane Austen wrote several significant novels. Study the following web page and take some notes about each literary work.

11 Charlotte Brontë born in Thorton (Yorkshire) in 1816 an English novelist and poet the oldest of the three Brontë sisters grew up in Victorian England inspired by romantic authors Sir Walter Scott and Lord George Gordon Byron created a type of heroine in literature: morally strong and independent woman 4

12 Charlotte Brontë΄s masterpiece Jane Eyre first published under the pseudonym Currer Bell bildungsroman genre plot summary:  death of Jane ΄s parents and her childhood with her cruel aunt and cousins  Jane at Lowood School for girls: cruel master mistreating the girls  Jane as a governess at Thornfield Hall

13 Charlotte Brontë΄s masterpiece Jane Eyre  Jane leaving Rochester and travelling through England  Jane and her heritage  Jane΄s return to Thornfield hall, destroyed housed and Rochester in poor health condition  Jane getting married to Rochester

14 Major themes in Jane Eyre morality social class gender relations passion and love importance of home and family

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16 Emily Brontë English novelist and poet born in Thorton in 1818 her pen name: Ellis Bell died of tuberculosis due to unsanitary conditions at home remembered for her novel Wuthering Heights 7

17 Wuthering Heights Study the following web page and make some notes about the novel.

18 Self-check Choose the best option: Women΄s literature commonly deals with: a)love, war, unfaithfulness, education b)gender issues, history, cooking, modern technology c)love, relationships, paranormal, family sagas

19 AuthorWhy to rememberWorks Aphra Behn ( ) Love-Letters Between a Nobleman and His Sister Oroonoko Jane Austen ( ) the founder of the domestic/family novel, a great realist ( ) her works considered English literature standards Jane Eyre, The Professor Shirley Villette Women writers one of the first professional female writers in British literature Pride and Prejudice Senses and Sensibility Persuasion Charlotte Brontë

20 AuthorWhy to rememberWorks Emily Brontë ( ) a great English poet and novelist, just 1 novel but it is of immense importance Marry Shelley ( ) Frankenstein The Last Man Elizabeth Gaskell ( ) important Victorian novelist, focused on all layers of society Wuthering Heights excellent novelist, dramatist, short story writer and essayist, author of the gothic novel Mary Barton North and South Wives and Daughters: An Everyday Story

21 AuthorWhy to rememberWorks ( ) a leading author of modernism Beatrix Potter ( ) The Tale of Peter Rabbit Harry Potter series Virginia Woolf Mrs. Dalloway To the Lighthouse Orlando English author and conservationist, author of children΄s books J.K. Rowling (1965- ) best-selling contemporary author of fantasy books

22 Complete the text about Jane Austen Jane Austen was born at Steventon rectory in ….... She came from a …………. family. She was ………… in Oxford. She was a ………. and her novels often …………… on …………….. She is renowned for her contribution to the development of ……………. novel. Her best-known novels include …………… ,………………………..,……………….. She died of …………………… and she was buried in …………………………. 1775prominent educatedrealist focusedsociety domestic Sense and SensibilityPride and Prejudice Perusasion Addison's disease Winchester Cathedral

23 Emily and Charlotte Brontë Decide if the following sentences are TRUE or FALSE. 1.Charlotte Brontë was the oldest of the three Brontë sisters and she grew up in Victorian England. 2.Charlotte Brontë was inspired by Renaissance authors such as William Shakespeare or Christopher Marlow. 3.Emily Brontë is renowned for her novel Great Heights. 4.Jane Eyre was written by Emily Brontë and it can be classified as a domestic novel. 5.Both of the Brontë sisters also wrote poetry. T F: Romantic authors such as Scott and Byron F: Wuthering Heights F: Charlotte Brontë,bildungsroman T

24 Gymnázium a Jazyková škola s právem státní jazykové zkoušky Svitavy Materiál je určen pro bezplatné používání pro potřeby výuky a vzdělávání na všech typech škol a školských zařízeních. Jakékoliv další využití podléhá autorskému zákonu. Zdroje a použitá literatura Knihy: 1.GWYNETH, Roberts; THORNLEY. An Outline of English Literature. Harlow: Pearson Education Limited, 2003, ISBN PEPRNÍK, Jaroslav. Británie a USA Ilustrované Reálie. Olomouc: Nakladatelství Olomouc, 2004, ISBN STŘÍBRNÝ, Zdeněk. Dějiny anglické literatury 1. Praha: Academia, 1987, ISBN /01. 4.SANDERS, Andrew. The short Oxford history of English literature. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004, ISBN

25 Gymnázium a Jazyková škola s právem státní jazykové zkoušky Svitavy Materiál je určen pro bezplatné používání pro potřeby výuky a vzdělávání na všech typech škol a školských zařízeních. Jakékoliv další využití podléhá autorskému zákonu. Zdroje a použitá literatura Obrázky: 1.Otevřená galerie Microsoft Office (Powerpoint, verze 2010) 2.AUTOR NEUVEDEN. Wikimedia Commons [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW: 3.Otevřená galerie Microsoft Office (Powerpoint 2010) 4.DUYCKINCK, Evert. Wikimedia Commons [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW: g.png g.png 5.SIMSALABIN. Wikimedia Commons [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW: 6.AUTOR NEUVEDEN. Wikimedia Commons [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW: _Jane_Eyre,_II.djvu _Jane_Eyre,_II.djvu 7.AUTOR NEUVEDEN. Wikimedia Commons [online]. [cit ]. Dostupný na WWW: Veškeré hypertextové odkazy jsou platné ke dni vytvoření tohoto materiálu.


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