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Cardiff Literature

Level 4 10 credits

This course will explore the way Cardiff has been imagined over the last century through literary texts, tracing the shifts in architectural regeneration and renewal.

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Literature Masterclass

Level 4 10 credits

Are you curious to learn more about research in English literature? Would you like to explore topics that are at the cutting edge of the humanities with an expert?

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Working Class Writing

Level 4 10 credits

What makes ‘classic’ literature? Why and how have women and those of different ethnicities been excluded? This module examines another group who have been similarly excluded from the canon: the working class.

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Shakespeare and Music

Level 4 10 credits

This course will look at the fascinating story of music inspired by Shakespeare,

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Writing for Children

Level 4 10 credits

Taught by a published children’s writer, the course provides a framework for pursuing independent writing projects as well as giving you an insight into the publishing world.

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Puzzling it Out: Understanding Language

Level 4 10 credits

These sessions will consist of a mixture of lectures and group-work.

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New Ways of Reading: Ideology and the Text

Level 4 10 credits

This course explores the ways in which language can instruct and indoctrinate through a study of various texts, including, advertisements, newspaper headlines, novels, short stories and poems.

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Ageing and Memory: A Literary Approach

Level 4 10 credits

This module explores what it means to write about ageing and memory through literature and creative non-fiction. This course is part of our new suite of Writing and Wellbeing courses.

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Reading and Writing Poetry

Level 4 10 credits

This course adheres to the sound advice that if you want to write poetry you should read it.

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Inside Literature

Level 4 10 credits

On this module, we will explore the way texts imagine and challenge the human tendency to overreach.

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