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British and American Literature for Beginner


    Course Description The British and American Literature for Beginner teaches the most effective technique to understand the subject thoroughly. This course …

    11 hours, 42 minutes
    1 year
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    Course Description

    The British and American Literature for Beginner teaches the most effective technique to understand the subject thoroughly. This course is taught by top industry experts and academic professionals. Enrol our top online courses now for a super discounted price. British and American Literature for Beginner is meticulously researched and prepared with the utmost care. All of the topics and subtopics are scientifically organised, taking into account the learner’s psychology and overall experience. All of the modules are bite-sized,  audiovisual, simple to comprehend and interactive. With a rich learning experience and pleasant customer service, Academy of Skills ensures quality and care. When you buy an online course from Academy of Skills, you get full access for 365 days and full tutor support and 24×7 customer service. Most of our skilled instructors guarantee that they will answer all of your questions and make your learning experience pleasant. Furthermore, you will receive an electronic certificate immediately after finishing the British and American Literature for Beginner, which will assist you in obtaining work in the appropriate sector by enhancing your expertise and CV. You should select this British and American Literature for Beginner from Academy of Skills if you want to learn about this topic while focusing on high-quality learning from professionals and experts. There are no hidden costs or examination fees. We are entirely transparent and honest about all of the course costs.

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    This course will broaden your knowledge and add valuable skills to your resume. There are no set deadlines or instructional schedules so you can go at your own pace. You are free to study at your own speed, but to obtain the certificate; you must pass the assessment test or project. (Note: Some of our online courses do not have any MCQ examinations or assessments. We can add an assessment on request.) Our online learning platform can be accessed from any internet-connected device, such as a smartphone, tablet, or computer, which will be used to deliver the course. The best part is that because this course is video-based, you may pause it whenever you want to take your notes.

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    • A desire to learn
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    Course Currilcum

      • The History of Drama 00:11:00
      • Elizabethan Drama 00:12:00
      • William Shakespeare 00:06:00
      • Hamlet: A Synopsis of the Play 00:04:00
      • Hamlet: An Anlaysis of the Play 00:19:00
      • Hamlet’s Soliloquies 00:05:00
      • Jacobean Literature: Poetry and Prose 00:12:00
      • Puritanism and the English Civil War 00:11:00
      • Metaphysical Poetry 00:08:00
      • Metaphysical Poets – John Donne 00:09:00
      • George Herbert 00:06:00
      • Andrew Marvell 00:08:00
      • John Milton 00:08:00
      • The Restoration and Glorious Revolution 00:06:00
      • The Novel 00:08:00
      • Early Novelists: Defoe, Richardson, and Fielding 00:12:00
      • English Satire: John Dryden and Alexander Pope 00:06:00
      • Jonathan Swift and Gulliver’s Travels 00:11:00
      • Swift’s “A Modest Proposal” 00:08:00
      • Colonialism and John Smith 00:08:00
      • Pilgrim Writers 00:11:00
      • The Revolutionary Period Writers 00:08:00
      • The Knickerbocker Era: Washington Irving 00:15:00
      • Frontier Fiction: James Fenimore Cooper 00:10:00
      • The Westward Expansion 00:05:00
      • Transcendentalism: Ralph Waldo Emerson 00:11:00
      • Transcendentalism: Henry David Thoreau 00:08:00
      • Anti-Transcendentalism: Nathaniel Hawthorne 00:05:00
      • Nathaniel Hawthorne and The Scarlet Letter 00:08:00
      • Herman Melville 00:06:00
      • Edgar Allan Poe 00:07:00
      • Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado” 00:05:00
      • Poe’s “The Raven” 00:08:00
      • The American Civil War Era and Harriet Beecher Stowe 00:07:00
      • Walt Whitman 00:10:00
      • Whitman’s “Drum Taps” 00:07:00
      • Emily Dickinson 00:09:00
      • The Gilded Age 00:07:00
      • Local Color Writing: Mark Twain 00:09:00
      • Tom Sawyer & Huck Finn 00:12:00
      • A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court 00:07:00
      • Female Writers and The French Revolution 00:12:00
      • Mary Wollstonecraft 00:10:00
      • Helen Maria Williams 00:09:00
      • Unitarianism 00:04:00
      • Harriet Martineau 00:12:00
      • Anna Laetitia Barbauld 00:07:00
      • Lucy Aikin 00:05:00
      • The Napoleonic Wars 00:08:00
      • The Romantic Period 00:05:00
      • William Blake 00:08:00
      • William Wordsworth 00:09:00
      • Samuel Taylor Coleridge 00:09:00
      • Percy Bysshe Shelley 00:08:00
      • John Keats 00:09:00
      • Lord George Gordon Byron 00:08:00
      • Gothic Novels 00:11:00
      • Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice 00:14:00
      • Victorian Novels 00:09:00
      • Emily Brontë and Wuthering Heights 00:12:00
      • Charles Dickens and Great Expectations 00:15:00
      • Anti-Victorianism and Edwardian England 00:05:00
      • Imagism and Gertruid Stein 00:06:00
      • Post War Literature & Ezra Pound 00:10:00
      • T.S. Eliot 00:13:00
      • William Carlos Williams 00:05:00
      • Archibald MacLeish 00:06:00
      • Modernist Fiction 00:07:00
      • Henry James 00:07:00
      • James Joyce 00:07:00
      • Joyce’s “Araby” 00:19:00
      • Joyce’s Ulysses 00:07:00
      • Virginia Woolf 00:07:00
      • To the Lighthouse 00:13:00
      • Ernest Hemingway and the Lost Generation 00:05:00
      • Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises 00:10:00
      • F. Scott Fitzgerald 00:05:00
      • Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby 00:09:00
      • ee cummings 00:06:00
      • Robert Lowell 00:06:00
      • The Beat Generation and Allen Ginsberg 00:12:00
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