An Introduction to British Literature (eng1303 )

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An Introduction to British Literature (ENG1303 )

Juan Christian Pellicer and Ragnhild Eikli

Spring semester 2006

Schedule (revised twice; note dates for final two lectures/seminars)
Lectures Tuesday 14.15—15.00, Ragnar Frischs auditorium, Ullevål kino

NB No lectures or seminars 6—17 March or 10—15 April
1 Lecture: (17 January) Introduction.

Seminar: ‘What is a sonnet?’ Shakespeare, sonnets 18 and 138.

2 Lecture (24 January): Donne, ‘The Good Morrow’.

Seminar: Donne, ‘The Good Morrow’; Milton, ‘When I consider how my light is spent’.

3 Lecture (31 January): Chaucer.

Seminar: Two descriptions of the morning: Swift and Wordsworth.

4 Lecture (7 February): Julius Caesar.

Seminar: Julius Caesar.

5 Lecture (14 February): A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

Seminar: A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

6 Lecture (21 February): The eighteenth century: Pope and Johnson.

Seminar: Blake.

7 Lecture (28 February): Wordsworth and Keats (background).

Seminar: Wordsworth and Keats.

8 Lecture (21 March): Wilde, The Importance of Being Earnest.

Seminar: Browning and Rossetti.

9 Lecture (28 March): Austen, Emma.

Seminar: Austen, Emma.

10 Lecture (4 April): Joyce, ‘The Dead’.

Seminar: Katherine Mansfield and Alice Munro.

11 Lecture (18 April): Dickens, Great Expectations.

Seminar: Dickens, Great Expectations; Eliot, ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’

12 Lecture (25 April): Guest lecture by Dr Stuart Gillespie (University of Glasgow): Samuel Johnson, ‘On the Death of Dr. Robert Levet’

Seminar: Yeats, ‘Leda and the Swan’ and Heaney, ‘Punishment’.

13 Lecture (2 May): Woolf, Mrs Dalloway.

Seminar: Woolf, Mrs Dalloway.

14 Lecture (9 May): Auden, ‘The Shield of Achilles’ and Larkin, ‘Aubade’.

Seminar: Kureishi, The Buddha of Suburbia.

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