English language and literature book
Language A: Language and Literature– IBSOURCEThese collections provide instant access to scholarly research, journal articles and book reviews. From the first book published in English through the age of Spenser and Shakespeare. Useful for the study of English literature, linguistics and history. Useful for History and Literature research. Newspapers can be a useful way of keeping up to date with current affairs or recent events. Daily newspapers can be found in Catalyst, in the area underneath the main staircase. Newspaper archives usually contain issues which are less recent and which are useful for finding articles of a more historical interest.
A/AS Level English Language and Literature for AQA student book
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Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe By the end of the 19th century, no book in English literary history had enjoyed more editions, spin-offs and translations. Clarissa by Samuel Richardson Tom Jones by Henry Fielding Tom Jones is a classic English novel that captures the spirit of its age and whose famous characters have come to represent Augustan society in all its loquacious, turbulent, comic variety. Emma by Jane Austen Frankenstein by Mary Shelley
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The single honours degree in English Language and Literature gives you the opportunity to specialise in two stimulating, complementary subjects. You will have the flexibility to focus more on either Language or Literature to suit your own interests and requirements. Book an Open Day. This rich and rewarding single honours degree allows you to combine your passions for English language and literature. In English literature the entire chronological span is open to you, from the Anglo-Saxon period to the 21st century.
This course is about the integrated study of English Language and Literature. You will study how English is put together syntax and grammar , the changes that have taken place in the language over the past years, and how we adapt our spoken language depending on who we are with, where we are, and what we are talking about. You will also explore how writers from different centuries express ideas about a range of themes. You will apply your knowledge of grammar and syntax to your readings of plays, novels, autobiography and poetry. You will study spoken language by looking at spontaneous speech and the language of performance texts. Through individual research and reading, group work and whole class discussion you will develop your oral, reading, writing and thinking skills. We also organise workshops, lectures and visits to theatres, cinemas and other places which will enhance your understanding of the course.