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|2012 British Graduate Shakespeare Conference||
The Shakespeare Institute’s 2012 Graduate Conference. Includes lectures and discussions on the plays.
|Shakespeare, Renaissance, Drama, Plays, Analysis||view|
|A Conversation with Tim O'Brien on Writing and War||
From Stanford University: Authors Tim O'Brien and Tobias Wolff discuss war, ethics, and writing.
|Fiction, Contemporary, Analysis, War||view|
|An Introduction to Practical Criticism||
Virtual classes on practical criticism from the University of Cambridge.
|Analysis, Criticism, Poetry, Sixteenth-century, Medieval||view|
|Applied Macro and International Economics||
Course follows a case study approach.
|Analysis, Aid, Debt, Monetary and fiscal policy, Exchange rate policy||view|
|Approaching Literature: Reading Great Expectations||
Open University online course on literary analysis and Great Expectations by Charles Dickens.
|Fiction, Novels, Analysis, Victorian, Nineteenth-century, Charles Dickens||view|
Open University online course on analysis of plays and dramatic technique.
|Drama, Analysis, Plays||view|
An introduction to poetry analysis, an online course by the Open University.
|Poetry, Analysis, Poetic Language||view|
|Approaching prose fiction||
Course designed to develop the analytical skills needed for studying literary texts at university level.
|Analysis, Creative Writing, Criticism, Fiction, Novels, Poetic Language, Stories||view|
|Approaching Prose Fiction||
Open University online course on analysis of narrative fiction.
|Fiction, Novels, Stories, Analysis||view|
Podcast series on Shakespeare’s plays, by Emma Smith, Oxford University.
|Drama, Shakespeare, Renaissance, Plays, Analysis||view|