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ESH243B Architexts

ESH253 Introduction to Old English

ESH256 Writing the First World War

ESH264 Terror, Transgression and Astonishment: the Gothic in the Long Nineteenth Century

ESH243 Architexts

ESH243A Architexts I

ESH267A Renaissance Literary Culture I

ESH271 James Baldwin and American Civil Rights

ESH271 James Baldwin and American Civil Rights

ESH274 Writing Now

ESH275 Queering Utopia

ESH277 The Invention of America: American Literature, 1630 to the Early Twentieth Century

ESH279 Victorian Fictions

ESH279A Victorian Fictions I

ESH279B Victorian Fictions II

ESH267 Renaissance Literary Culture

ESH277B The Invention of America: American Literature, 1870 to the Early Twentieth Century

ESH277A The Invention of America: American Literature, 1630 to 1865

ESH280 Renaissance Drama

ESH6040 Contemporary Realisms

ESH6041 Guillotines, Ghosts and Laughing Gas: Literature in the 1790s

ESH6043 Creative Writing Prose Fiction

ESH6044 Livelihoods in English

ESH280A Renaissance Drama I

ESH282 Chaucer: Telling Medieval Tales

ESH283 Arthurian Literature from Geoffrey of Monmouth to Game of Thrones

ESH283A Arthurian Literature from Geoffrey of Monmouth to Game of Thrones

ESH285 Postcolonial and Global Literatures

ESH285A Postcolonial and Global Literatures

ESH286 Romantics and Revolutionaries

ESH286A Romantics and Revolutionaries I

ESH287 Black Writing in Britain from the 18th Century to the Present

ESH287A Black Writing in Britain from the 18th Century to the Present I

ESH288 Representing London: Writing the Eighteenth Century City

ESH288A Representing London: Writing the Eighteenth Century City I

ESH288B Representing London: Writing the Eighteenth Century City II

ESH300 Thomas Hardy and the Victorian Modern

ESH314 James Joyce's Ulysses

ESH315 Late Victorian Literature

ESH318 Medieval Troy

ESH319 Michel Foucault

ESH330 Virginia Woolf

ESH330 Virginia Woolf

ESH338 Critical Aesthetics

ESH344 British Culture in the 1950's

ESH345 The Bible as/and Literature

ESH319 Michel Foucault

ESH324 The Revolution Controversy: Politics and Genre

ESH345A The Bible as/and Literature I

ESH348 Ancient Myth - Modern Theory

ESH350 Modernism and Democracy

ESH360 Early Modern Fantasies

ESH361 The Caribbean Novel

ESH366 Shakespeare: the Play, the Word and the Book

ESH366A Shakespeare: the Play, the Word and the Book

ESH366B Shakespeare: the Play, the Word and the Book

ESH367 Writing the Troubles

ESH368 Modern Irish Writing

ESH370 Reading Psychoanalysis Reading Literature

ESH380 Victorian Sensation Fiction

ESH381 DH Lawrence: Controversy and Legacy

ESH382 Reading Childhood/Writing Children

ESH385 Gender and Imagination in Victorian Poetry

ESH387 Time, Narrative and Culture

ESH390 Milton: Revolutions in Writing

ESH393 Feminism(s)

ESH393A Feminism(s)

ESH393B Feminism(s)

ESH394 Writing Modern London

ESH394A Writing Modern London

ESH396 Romantic Travellers in Europe

ESH6000 English Research Dissertation

ESH101 Shakespeare

ESH6002 Iraqi Literature in English / English Translation

ESH6003 High and Low Moderns

ESH6018 American Money Novels 1793-1930.

ESH6020 Herman Melville's 'Moby Dick'

ESH101A Shakespeare I

ESH101B Shakespeare

ESH102 Reading, Theory and Interpretation: Approaches to the Study of English Literature

ESH6023 Shakespeare and Renaissance Drama I

ESH6025 Laughing Matters: Comedy and Contemporary Culture

ESH6025 Laughing Matters: Comedy and Contemporary Culture

ESH6026 Writing Muslims

ESH6028 Solitude in Life and Literature in Enlightenment Britain

ESH110 Literatures in Time: Texts and Contexts from the Eighth to the Sixteenth Century

ESH110A Literatures in Time: Texts and Contexts from the Eighth to the Sixteenth Century

ESH123 Narrative

ESH124 Poetry

ESH6029 Heroes and Outlaws in History and Fiction, 1100-1600

ESH6030 British Fictions of the1960s

ESH6032 Jane Austen and Her Contexts

ESH6033 South African Literature & Culture: Apartheid Modernities, Post-Apartheid Possibilities

ESH6033A South African Literature & Culture: Apartheid Modernities, Post-Apartheid Possibilities

ESH6034 Cultures of Inequality: Narrating Class 1815-1914

ESH125 English in Practice

ESH201A Imagination and Knowledge: English Romantic Literature, 1770-1825 I

ESH204 Argument and Address

ESH208 Dickens and the City

ESH213 Modernism

ESH213A Modernism I

ESH6035 Samuel Pepys and his World: Living and Writing in Restoration London

ESH6036 Contemporary American Popular Culture

ESH6036 Contemporary American Popular Culture

ESH6037 Thresholds of America: The Spatial Imaginary in American Fiction since 1930

ESH6039 Genres of American Writing since 2000

ESH214 Nineteenth Century Aesthetic Prose: a Writing Intensive Course

ESH223 Satire, Scandal and Society 1700-1740

ESH227 Text, Art and Performance in London

ESH230 Women Writing in the Romantic Period

ESH230A Women Writing in the Romantic Period I

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