Tuesday 23 December 2014

ENGL10072 Literature and History

ENGL10072 Literature and History 

Lecture Schedule/ Reading 

1 Intro: Reading: TBC (one article)

Early Modern

2 Milton, sonnets and sections from Paradise Lost/ Civil war (texts on Blackboard)

3 Dryden (texts on Blackboard)

4 Dryden (texts on Blackboard)

Enlightenment to ‘Revolution(s)’

5 Price/ Burke/ Barbauld/ Paine/ Wollstonecraft (texts on Blackboard)

6 Coleridge and Wordworth, Lyrical Ballads 1 (Please buy and read this text)

7 Coleridge and Wordworth, Lyrical Ballads 2 

8 Edgeworth, Castle Rackrent and selections from Scott (Please buy and read this text)

Essay due


Remembering the holocaust 

9 Sebald, Austerlitz (Please buy and read this text)

10 Spiegelman, Maus (Please buy and read this text)

11 Keneally, Schindler’s List (Please buy and read this text)




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ENGL10062 Theory and Text

ENGL10062 Theory and Text


Introduction to Literature Criticism and Theory 4th Edition by Bennett & Royle (Taylor & Francis)*


Mythologies by Barthes (Vintage)


Poetics by Aristotle (Penguin Classics)


Apology for Poetry by Sidney (Manchester University Press)


Northanger Abbey by Austen (Norton Critical Edition



*This is the main text and is essential reading for the entire course.