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Classics of British literature [kit], John Sutherland

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Classics of British literature [kit]
Title
Classics of British literature [kit]
Statement of responsibility
John Sutherland
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Subject
Language
eng
Summary
Examines Britain's grand literary masterpieces including the times and conditions they came from and the diverse issues with which their writers grappled
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IBI
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videorecording
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1938-
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Sutherland, John
PerformerNote
Lecturer: John Sutherland, University College London; California Institute of Technology
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Runtime
0
Series statement
  • Literature & English language
  • The Great courses
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  • British literature
  • English literature
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live action
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Classics of British literature [kit], John Sutherland
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Publication
Note
48 lectures (30 minutes each)
Accompanying material
4 course guidebooks (ii, 73 p. ; 22 cm.) and 1supplementary material course guidebook.
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (course guidebooks)
Contents
  • pt. 1. Lecture 1. Anglo-Saxon roots, pessimism and comradeship -- lecture 2. Chaucer, social diversity -- lecture 3. Chaucer, a man of unusual cultivation -- lecture 4. Spenser, The faerie Queene -- lecture 5. Early drama, low comedy and religion -- lecture 6. Marlowe, controversy and danger -- lecture 7. Shakespeare the man, the road to the Globe -- lecture 8. Shakespeare, the mature years -- lecture 9. Shakespeare's rivals, Jonson and Webster -- lecture 10. The King James Bible, English most elegant -- lecture 11. The Metaphysicals, conceptual daring -- lecture 12. Paradise lost, a new language for poetry
  • pt. 2. Lecture 13. Turmoil makes for good literature -- lecture 14. The Augustans, order, decorum, and wit -- lecture 15. Swift, anger and satire -- lecture 16. Johnson, bringing order to the language -- lecture 17. Defoe, Crusoe and the rise of capitalism -- lecture 18. Behn, emancipation in the restoration -- lecture 19. The golden age of fiction -- lecture 20. Gibbon, window into 18th-century England -- lecture 21. Equiano, the inhumanity of slavery -- lecture 22. Women poets, the minor voice -- lecture 23. Wollstonecraft, 'First of a new genus' -- lecture 24. Blake, mythic universes and poetry
  • pt. 3. Lecture 25. Scott and Burns, the voices of Scotland -- lecture 26. Lyrical ballads, collaborative creation -- lecture 27. Mad, bad Byron -- lecture 28. Keats, literary gold -- lecture 29. Frankenstein, a Gothic masterpiece -- lecture 30. Miss Austen and Mrs. Radcliffe -- lecture 31. Pride and Prejudice, moral fiction -- lecture 32. Dickens, writer with a mission -- lecture 33. The 1840s, growth of the realistic novel -- lecture 34. Wuthering Heights, Emily's masterwork -- lecture 35. Jane Eyre and the other Brontèe -- lecture 36. Voices of Victorian poetry
  • pt. 4. Lecture 37. Eliot, fiction and moral reflection -- lecture 38. Hardy, life at its worst -- lecture 39. The British bestseller, an overview -- lecture 40. Heart of Darkness, heart of the empire? -- lecture 41. Wilde, celebrity author -- lecture 42. Shaw and Pygmalion -- lecture 43. Joyce and Yeats, giants of Irish literature -- lecture 44. Great War, great poetry -- lecture 45. Bloomsbury and the Bloomsberries -- lecture 46. 20th-Century English poetry, two traditions -- lecture 47. British fiction from James to Rushdie -- lecture 48. New theatre, new literary worlds
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Extent
8 videodiscs
Isbn
9781598034141
Isbn Type
(set)
Other physical details
sd. col.
Publisher number
2400
System control number
(OCoLC)254388987
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DVD
Label
Classics of British literature [kit], John Sutherland
Publication
Note
48 lectures (30 minutes each)
Accompanying material
4 course guidebooks (ii, 73 p. ; 22 cm.) and 1supplementary material course guidebook.
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (course guidebooks)
Contents
  • pt. 1. Lecture 1. Anglo-Saxon roots, pessimism and comradeship -- lecture 2. Chaucer, social diversity -- lecture 3. Chaucer, a man of unusual cultivation -- lecture 4. Spenser, The faerie Queene -- lecture 5. Early drama, low comedy and religion -- lecture 6. Marlowe, controversy and danger -- lecture 7. Shakespeare the man, the road to the Globe -- lecture 8. Shakespeare, the mature years -- lecture 9. Shakespeare's rivals, Jonson and Webster -- lecture 10. The King James Bible, English most elegant -- lecture 11. The Metaphysicals, conceptual daring -- lecture 12. Paradise lost, a new language for poetry
  • pt. 2. Lecture 13. Turmoil makes for good literature -- lecture 14. The Augustans, order, decorum, and wit -- lecture 15. Swift, anger and satire -- lecture 16. Johnson, bringing order to the language -- lecture 17. Defoe, Crusoe and the rise of capitalism -- lecture 18. Behn, emancipation in the restoration -- lecture 19. The golden age of fiction -- lecture 20. Gibbon, window into 18th-century England -- lecture 21. Equiano, the inhumanity of slavery -- lecture 22. Women poets, the minor voice -- lecture 23. Wollstonecraft, 'First of a new genus' -- lecture 24. Blake, mythic universes and poetry
  • pt. 3. Lecture 25. Scott and Burns, the voices of Scotland -- lecture 26. Lyrical ballads, collaborative creation -- lecture 27. Mad, bad Byron -- lecture 28. Keats, literary gold -- lecture 29. Frankenstein, a Gothic masterpiece -- lecture 30. Miss Austen and Mrs. Radcliffe -- lecture 31. Pride and Prejudice, moral fiction -- lecture 32. Dickens, writer with a mission -- lecture 33. The 1840s, growth of the realistic novel -- lecture 34. Wuthering Heights, Emily's masterwork -- lecture 35. Jane Eyre and the other Brontèe -- lecture 36. Voices of Victorian poetry
  • pt. 4. Lecture 37. Eliot, fiction and moral reflection -- lecture 38. Hardy, life at its worst -- lecture 39. The British bestseller, an overview -- lecture 40. Heart of Darkness, heart of the empire? -- lecture 41. Wilde, celebrity author -- lecture 42. Shaw and Pygmalion -- lecture 43. Joyce and Yeats, giants of Irish literature -- lecture 44. Great War, great poetry -- lecture 45. Bloomsbury and the Bloomsberries -- lecture 46. 20th-Century English poetry, two traditions -- lecture 47. British fiction from James to Rushdie -- lecture 48. New theatre, new literary worlds
Dimensions
4 3/4 in. +
Extent
8 videodiscs
Isbn
9781598034141
Isbn Type
(set)
Other physical details
sd. col.
Publisher number
2400
System control number
(OCoLC)254388987
System details
DVD

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