BBN-ANG-214/g
English Literature from the Restoration until 1890 (Az angol irodalom a restaurációtól 1890-ig) in spring 2015
Gárdos Bálint, Fri 12:30–14:00, R423, host: DES (R338)
3-credit seminar, 30 h/term; strong prereq: BBN-ANG-112
description & set texts

This course aims to introduce BA-level students to a selection of major works of English literature from the 1660 to 1890 period. In addition to exploring the main genres of the different periods and placing them in their various historical, ideological and cultural contexts, the course will offer plenty of opportunities for students to practise their skills in close reading and critical analysis.

Set texts:

Wycherley: The Country Wife; Pope: The Rape of the Lock Sterne: A Sentimental Journey, Sheridan: A School for Scandal; Coleridge: "Kubla Khan"; Wordsworth: "Tintern Abbey"; Keats: "To a Nightingale"; Austen: Pride and Prejudice E. Brontë: Wuthering Heights; Tennyson: "The Lady of Shalott"; Browning: "My Last Dutchess";

requirements & assessment
Regular attendance and reading are essential. Assessment will be based on classroom work and two term papers.