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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:
- Jane Austen’s Heroines
The Dashwood sisters and Anne Elliot ; women who are central to Austen’s novels, but are they ideal figures? This course will try to answer the question.
- 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.
- 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.
- Jane Austen, Mansfield Park
Mansfield Park was the third of Jane Austen’s novels to be published, in 1814, and the first of her ‘Chawton’ novels. After 200 years it remains Austen’s most controversial novel.
- 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.
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