John Clare, the 'rhyming peasant': poetry of dwelling and displacement in the late Romantic period. Clare is arguably England's greatest poet of...moreFrom £30
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Enjoy a whistlestop tour of the major forms of poetry. Classic, contemporary, traditional and experimental works will be explored in a welcoming and...moreFrom £119
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This course covers developing students poet's eye; using grammar, punctuation and vocabulary in poetry; rhyme, meter and rhythm; how to find...moreFrom
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The technical aspects were well explained and demonstrated. Leann was incredibly...more
What do we mean when we say that something is uncanny? We might have a feeling of déjà vu and call it uncanny, or we might encounter our...moreFrom £80
When you start writing poems, people start asking, ‘Where do you get your ideas from?’ This week will help you find some answers. Through a lively...moreFrom £760
Whether you already enjoy reading poetry, or even if you have never tried reading poetry before, this course is for you! An informal, relaxed series...moreFrom £45
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What is a Shakespearean sonnet? Who wrote the words for Jerusalem? What is iambic pentameter? Who were the Romantics? What did the War Poets write...moreFrom £42