This Literature course will introduce you to the maximum written expression of art, which most commonly refers to works of the creative imagination, including genres like drama, fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and in some cases song writing.
In this Literature course you will learn how and why we read. You will get an understanding of the many different styles of writing that are immerse in the literature classics of all time, such as:
• Romeo and Juliet.
• The Great Gatsby.
• The Odyssey.
• The Poetry of Emily Dickinson and many other.
With this Literature course you will develop the enjoyment of reading, and also be able to discuss and analyze the various forms of fictional prose, tragedy and comedy, poetry and fiction, from the Renaissance to the 20th Century in a worldwide context.
Programa del curso
Clase 1: How and why we read: crash course english literature #1
Clase 2: Of pentameter & bear baiting - romeo & juliet part i: crash course english literature #2
Clase 3: Love or lust? romeo and juliet part ii: crash course english literature #3
Clase 4: Like pale gold - the great gatsby part i: crash course english literature #4
Clase 5: Was gatsby great? the great gatsby part 2: crash course english literature #5
Clase 6: Language, voice, and holden caulfield: the catcher in the rye part 1
Clase 7: Holden, jd, and the red cap- the catcher in the rye part 2: crash course english literature #7
Clase 8: Before i got my eye put out - the poetry of emily dickinson: crash course english lit #8
Clase 9: A long and difficult journey, or the odyssey: crash course literature 201
Clase 10: Fate, family, and oedipus rex: crash course literature 202
Clase 11: Ghosts, murder, and more murder - hamlet part i: crash course literature 203
Clase 12: Ophelia, gertrude, and regicide - hamlet ii: crash course literature 204
Clase 13: Don't reanimate corpses! frankenstein part 1: crash course literature 205
Clase 14: Frankenstein part ii: crash course literature 206
Clase 15: Reader, it's jane eyre - crash course literature 207
Clase 16: If one finger brought oil - things fall apart part i: crash course literature 208
Clase 17: Things fall apart, part 2: crash course literature 209
Clase 18: To kill a mockingbird, part i - crash course literature 210
Clase 19: Race, class, and gender in to kill a mockingbird: crash course literature 211
Clase 20: Aliens, time travel, and dresden -slaughterhouse-five part i: crash course literature 212
Clase 21: Ptsd and alien abduction - slaughterhouse-five part 2: crash course literature 213
Clase 22: Slavery, ghosts, and beloved: crash course literature 214
Clase 23: Langston hughes & the harlem renaissance: crash course literature 215
Clase 24: The poetry of sylvia plath: crash course literature 216
Clase 25: Crash course literature preview
Clase 26: Their eyes were watching god: crash course literature 301
Clase 27: The adventures of huckleberry finn part 1: crash course literature #302
Clase 28: The raft, the river, and the weird ending of huckleberry finn: crash course literature 303
Clase 29: Shakespeare's sonnets: crash course literature 304
Clase 30: Lord of the flies: crash course literature 305
Clase 31: 100 years of solitude part 1: crash course literature 306
Clase 32: 100 years of solitude part 2: crash course literature 307
Clase 33: Invisible man: crash course literature 308
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