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14 North american literature courses in the UK

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City Lit - where London learns

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In Faulkner's short novel 'As I Lay Dying', we will examine how narration reflects unique perspectives, particularly around the vortex of death. The guided, text-based discussion will provide tools towards...more

Duration: 1 day

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Introduction to Workers Educational Association (Wea)

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Introduction to Workers Educational Association (Wea)

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workers educational association (wea) profile who offer North American Literature courses In the UK

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

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Sheffield Marquetry Group

The course is now independent. See web.mac,com/theegraeme. The course is inte...more

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'On or about December 1910, human character changed.' So wrote Virginia Woolf in her 1924 essay 'Mr Bennett and Mrs Brown'. Woolf meant that modern novelists would present character, and write novels, in...more

Duration: 8 weeks

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