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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:
- Ancestral Voices: the Earliest English Literature (Online)
This course will introduce participants to the range of Old English literature, from stirring tales of heroism, courage, and fellowship, to poignant elegies of love and loss; from passionately devout to earthily humorous.
- Fiction by Victorian Women: George Eliot, Elizabeth Gaskell... (Online)
Some of the greatest writers of the Victorian period were women. This course looks at the work of authors such as Charlotte Brontë, Elizabeth Gaskell, and George Eliot, both as representing women’s lives and issues, and as literature in its own right.
- MSt in Literature and Arts
A two-year part-time MSt Degree in interdisciplinary studies in literature and arts in 4 x 5 day residences and 2 online modules. Students select 2 options from each of 3 periods of English history and assessment is based on 4 essays and a dissertation.
- 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'
- Brontes (Online)
How did three sisters living apparently secluded, eventless lives write such original, passionate and dramatic novels and poetry? Who were the Brontës, what fed their imaginations, and what makes their writing so haunting and intense?
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