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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:

  • Trollope, Eliot, Dickens and Hardy: Reading Victorian Fiction (Online)
    Madness, hilarity, doubt and devotion are just some of the many aspects of life explored in the huge wealth of Victorian fiction. This course makes the great creative energy present in 19th-century writers accessible through reading a mixture of novels.
  • 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.
  • 1914 - 2014: One Hundred Years of War in Literature
    This creative writing course is an opportunity to consider the impact conflict has had upon individuals around the world over the last century, and the ways in which it still reverberates through lives many years after the events.
  • English Poetry of the First World War (Online)
    Some of the most powerful and moving English poetry of the modern period was written during or about the First World War. This course examines the context of that poetry by exploring the life and writing of 3 major war poets, Owen, Rosenberg and Sassoon.
  • Poetry of the First World War
    From the carnage and loss of the First World War came a great creative outburst of poetry as soldiers tried to make some sense of their experience. The course will look at a range of work by these poets of the First World War.

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