British Literature Course

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This course will help you to trace the history of literature in the land we now call the United Kingdom, from the time of the Anglo-Saxons until the 20th Century. Along the way you will see how literature is influenced by the culture that produces it. Great literature also leaps outside the bounds of time and place and affects those who live in other parts of the world. Because of Britain’s place as a major power in western civilization, its literature has probably more than any other, shaped people’s thinking. As you work your way through the days of the Anglo-Saxons, the Middle Ages, the Elizabethan Era, the Age of the Puritans, the Restoration and Eighteenth Century, the Romantic Age, the Victorian Era, and the Twentieth Century, take time to study and sincerely appreciate some of the greatest literature ever written.

British Literature is a full year ONE credit course typically done by students in Grade 11 or 12.

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British Literature Course Tuition


Sir Gawain and the Green Knight

Hamlet (Oxford Ed.)

Much Ado About Nothing (Oxford Ed.)

Robinson Crusoe


Importance of Being Ernest and Other Plays by Oscar Wilde, The

Remains of the Day, The



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