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English Literature: Be as Informed as a Literature Graduate

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66 Lessons (12h 29m)
    • 1. Introduction

      2:09
    • 2. Reading English Literature

      5:52
    • 3. Literary Devices

      21:03
    • 4. Literary Criticism

      4:10
    • 5. Old English

      5:45
    • 6. The Dream of the Rood & the Ruthwell Cross

      3:25
    • 7. Beowulf

      2:46
    • 8. Wulf and Eadwacer

      4:26
    • 9. Middle English Texts

      3:17
    • 10. Geoffrey Chaucer

      12:09
    • 11. Thomas Malory

      4:28
    • 12. Sir Gawain and the Green Kinght

      8:50
    • 13. Julian of Norwich

      5:50
    • 14. Renaissance Literature

      5:47
    • 15. Shakeapeare

      28:08
    • 16. Christopher Marlowe

      18:43
    • 17. Edmund Spenser

      9:23
    • 18. John Milton

      15:35
    • 19. The Novel and the Cult of Sensibility

      3:57
    • 20. Samuel Richardson

      5:35
    • 21. Jane Austen

      10:55
    • 22. Matthew Gregory Lewis

      6:58
    • 23. The Romantics and the Romantic Period

      5:04
    • 24. William Wordsworth

      11:24
    • 25. Samuel Taylor Coleridge

      12:26
    • 26. Percy Bysshe Shelley

      12:17
    • 27. Lord Byron

      14:13
    • 28. John Keats

      14:16
    • 29. Victorian Literature

      4:48
    • 30. Charles Dickens

      16:07
    • 31. The Bront√ęs

      25:42
    • 32. George Eliot

      15:27
    • 33. Alfred, Lord Tennyson

      13:21
    • 34. Early 20th Century English Literature

      3:56
    • 35. The War Poets

      31:46
    • 36. Rudyard Kipling

      26:06
    • 37. Modernism in England : The Bloomsbury Set

      7:16
    • 38. Virginia Woolf

      16:53
    • 39. E.M. Forster

      14:01
    • 40. The Inklings

      8:09
    • 41. Tolkien or Lewis Quiz

      10:46
    • 42. A Short Note about George MacDonald

      3:55
    • 43. J.R.R. Tolkien

      32:33
    • 44. C.S. Lewis

      22:57
    • 45. The Late Twentieth and Early Twenty First Century

      5:39
    • 46. J.K. Rowling

      13:52
    • 47. Mark Haddon

      4:42
    • 48. Ian McEwan

      8:36
    • 49. American Literature

      4:03
    • 50. Harriet Beecher Stowe

      15:03
    • 51. Mark Twain

      18:27
    • 52. Louisa May Alcott

      9:44
    • 53. F. Scott Fitzgerald

      17:09
    • 54. Harper Lee

      13:01
    • 55. William Faulkner

      17:33
    • 56. Arthur Miller

      11:51
    • 57. Other Noteworthy American Writers

      6:53
    • 58. Irish Literature

      2:16
    • 59. William Butler Yeats

      16:46
    • 60. George Bernard Shaw

      18:42
    • 61. Samuel Beckett

      12:33
    • 62. James Joyce

      15:53
    • 63. Seamus Heaney

      13:31
    • 64. Other Noteworthy Irish Writers revised

      6:42
    • 65. Other Noteworthy English Language Writers revised 2

      3:08
    • 66. Conclusion

      0:39
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