Ba english modern essay notes

The Nobel Committee dismissed calls to revoke her Nobel Prize because of the falsifications reported by Stoll. Geir Lundestad , the secretary of the Committee, said her prize "was not based exclusively or primarily on the autobiography" . [3] According to the Nobel Committee, "Stoll approves of her Nobel prize and has no question about the picture of army atrocities which she presents. He says that her purpose in telling her story the way she did 'enabled her to focus international condemnation on an institution that deserved it, the Guatemalan army." [3]

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This module is an optional period module at Level 5. The year-long module provides an introduction to the literary culture of England during the years 1380-1650. This module considers medieval and early modern English texts in relation to influential works from the Continent (mostly from Italy, the ‘birthplace of the Renaissance'), and by situating canonical literature in relation to non-canonical writings of the medieval and early modern periods. You will begin by examining poetry and drama written in the late-Medieval period, including some of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. The rest of Teaching Block One will focus on medieval drama – from mystery plays to morality plays – highlighting continuity and change with later, Renaissance drama. It will also study English literature and culture in the fifteenth and early-sixteenth centuries in relation to Continental influences. Because Shakespeare's Richard II is a Renaissance play whose action takes place in the medieval period, this play provides a pivotal middle point between Teaching Blocks One and Two, which resumes in the mid-sixteenth century and continues with plays, poetry, prose and cultural documents framed on one side by the Edwardian Reformation and on the other by the English Civil War. 

Daniel Hey, BA (Hons) English Literature (2013), First Class
"For me, studying English at Salford was a challenging, enlightening, and rewarding experience. Having the opportunity to work with friendly, engaging, and knowledgeable tutors across a range of exciting and unique modules was pivotal to my success at undergraduate level. Coming into higher education from twelve years of working in the private sector, I managed to graduate with a high-scoring first class degree. The fact that I was able to achieve so highly under the tutelage of Salford’s English department staff is no coincidence."

Ba english modern essay notes

ba english modern essay notes

Daniel Hey, BA (Hons) English Literature (2013), First Class
"For me, studying English at Salford was a challenging, enlightening, and rewarding experience. Having the opportunity to work with friendly, engaging, and knowledgeable tutors across a range of exciting and unique modules was pivotal to my success at undergraduate level. Coming into higher education from twelve years of working in the private sector, I managed to graduate with a high-scoring first class degree. The fact that I was able to achieve so highly under the tutelage of Salford’s English department staff is no coincidence."

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