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9 Novels and short stories courses in Cambridge

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Introduction to University Of Cambridge Institute Of Continuing Education

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university of cambridge institute of continuing education profile who offer Novels And Short Stories courses  in Cambridge

The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) offers part-time and short courses for adults of all ages.

From£270

From Stanley Kubrick's 2001: A Space Odyssey to David Lynch's Dune via Star Wars, Alien and Blade Runner, this weekend course will consider the links between some of science fiction's most iconic films....more

Duration: 2 days

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Introduction to Workers Educational Association (Wea)

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Introduction to Workers Educational Association (Wea)

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The WEA is the UK's largest voluntary sector provider of high quality adult education with classes across the country.

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Examine how fiction works and develop your critical reading skills. This is an extract based course with selections from the fiction of several continents and centuries. Jane Eyre will be a key text used...more

Duration: 10 weeks

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