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From Shakespeare and Milton to Ezra Pound and Frank O'Hara, what makes different types of poetry tick, and how can we gain the confidence to read...moreFrom £49
The Writers Bureau - home study courses - expert tutors - friendly support. Learn how to write, get published and paid. Established 1989.
This course covers developing students poet's eye; using grammar, punctuation and vocabulary in poetry; rhyme, meter and rhythm; how to find...moreFrom
The University of Cambridge Institute of Continuing Education (ICE) offers part-time and short courses for adults of all ages.
Was the 19th century an age of doubt? Why did some thinkers in England look to art - and especially poetry - as a replacement for religion? This...moreFrom £280
This is a tutored retreat – no workshops, but lots of tutorial time – for writers who want to move on with a poetic project. If you are finishing a...moreFrom £760
For both lovers of poetry and those less familiar with the genre, this short course will primarily provide a forum for reading, discussion and...moreFrom £43
We’re dedicated to providing resources to enable adults to unlock their talents and fulfil their potential through learning, skills and enterprise.
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