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Public Domain/Out of Copyright: Work where the copyright has expired, or is not copyrightable can usually be freely re-used and adapted.Displaying 1 - 10 of 10
|Anglo-Saxon Archaeology||Anglo-Saxon, Archaeology, hoard, sutton hoo||view|
This link takes you to a translation of Seneca, Apocolocyntosis
|Rome, Latin, Seneca||view|
|Book of Mencius||
English translation of Mencius' works by James Legge
|Mencius, Confucianism, Confucius, Chinese philosophy||view|
|Brief Lives: John Aubrey and the World of Seventeenth-Century Celebrity||
This course investigates the biographical writings of John Aubrey and the lives of the people he wrote about, whether famous, infamous or now...
|John Aubrey, Magic, Shakespeare||view|
|Britain in the Long Eighteenth Century: Politics and Society, 1688-1832||
The long eighteenth century was a time of profound change for the British Isles. England, Scotland and Ireland would be unified, society...
|Character In Modernist Fiction||
“On or about December 1910," Virginia Woolf famously wrote, "human character changed". So too did characters in fiction. This course explores the...
|The Novel, Fiction, Modernism||view|
This ten-week course offers a chance to explore the 'Golden Age' of Children's Literature. It examines the texts held to be the 'classic' stories...
|Childhood, Fiction, Novels, peter pan, Wind in the Willows, Winnie the Pooh||view|
From the concept of cultural identity to the complexities of gender, race and religion, we explore key issues in the theory and practice of...
|Society, Culture, Economy, Politics, Power, Religion, Tradition, Magic, Death||view|
|Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen 1789||
The full text of the Declaration of the Rights of Man and the Citizen written by the Marquis de Lafayette with help from Thomas Jefferson. The...
|French Revolution, Eighteenth Century, Political history, European history, History||view|
|Detective Fiction: Amateurs, Policemen and Private Eyes||
Detective fiction today is increasingly diverse in its settings, plots and its detectives. This course examines three types of detective: the...
|Creative Writing, Fiction||view|