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Below are a selection of courses that we are running, based on the subject of the course you were looking for:
- Oxford Murder
Why has Oxford been called ‘the home of lost corpses’? This course investigates the richness and variety of crime fiction set here through lively discussion of five key novels which students are asked to have read in advance.
- Nineteenth Century European Literature (Online)
This course is for anyone who is interested in nineteenth-century literature and society, and will also appeal to anyone who would like to gain a greater sense of how literature transformed throughout the nineteenth century.
- Three Contemporary Classics:The Beginning of Spring, Ulverton & Black Swan Green
Three novels, fresh, funny, tragic and profound, which you may never have heard of – but which have good claims to classic status: Penelope Fitzgerald’s The Beginning of Spring, Adam Thorpe’s Ulverton and David Mitchell’s Black Swan Green.
- First World War Poetry
This day school will analyse the work of soldier-poets such as Owen and Rosenberg alongside that of women and lesser-known names to understand the vast output of poetry during First World War as well as its lasting resonance.
- Literary Theory: An Introduction (Online)
Although literary theory might sometimes seem intimidating, it can be very accessible and exciting. This course aims to demystify literary theory, showing how it illuminates literary texts and enriches our understanding and enjoyment of literature.
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