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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:
- EM Forster and David Lodge
A close study of the five novels Forster published in his lifetime and The British Museum is Falling Down, Changing Places, Small World and Nice Work by David Lodge.
- Cities and People in Literature
Literature set in Paris, Leeds, Moscow and London: Zola’s novel of working people in Paris, ‘L’Assommoir’, Bulgakov’s hilarious satire on Soviet Moscow, ‘Master and Margarita’, Tony Harrison’s troubling poem on Leeds, ‘V.’ and John Lanchester's 'Capital'
- The Decisive Moment
The Decisive Moment – case studies in structuring and cues to interpreting in the spatial and temporal arts (centred on Cartier-Bresson, Caravaggio, Wordsworth, Joyce’s ‘The Dead’, James’s ‘The Beast in the Jungle’ and Great Expectations).
- Late Victorian and Edwardian Ghost Stories
The ghost story came into its own in the late Victorian and Edwardian period. The course will study the rise of the genre and the cultural reasons for its popularity with readers then and now.
- Finding Meaning: How to Enjoy Poetry
Poetry can refresh and challenge, surprise and entertain,delight and sustain. Whether you are new to poetry or an experienced reader, come along and enjoy identifying how poetry is put together and how we can find meaning in it.
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