Loading

Alison's New App is now available on iOS and Android! Download Now

Modern Literary Classics

This free course will introduce you to classic references to literature and the typical modernist poem.

Publisher: NPTEL
This free course will introduce you to the most important works of classical and modern literature. You will learn the typical modernist poem and one of the most difficult of the 20th-century and the classical literature references and the narratives within which the poem The Wall continues to be situated in a canonical status. Finally, you will study the ways in which the personal and the political intersect Sylvia Plath's ideas of feminism.
Modern Literary Classics
  • Duration

    6-10 Hours
  • Students

    97
  • Accreditation

    CPD

Description

Modules

Outcome

Certification

View course modules

Description

This free online course will teach you some of the different classic and modern literature that is available today. You will be studying the publication and aspects of memory which are an inherent part of many discussions in the context of 'Midnight’s Children' and the political allegory that narrates the story of modern India which includes the political nature of the act of writing, the narrative elements and strategies adopted.

Then, you will learn about the characters and the many narrative elements and techniques of Marquez's work which includes how an object of art can be seen in different ways and how the right kind of person with an aesthetic sensibility can understand this. You will also learn the typical modernist poem - one of the most difficult of the 20th-century, and an iconic representative literary piece of the modernist period.

Finally, you will learn the classical literature references and the narratives within which the poem 'The Wall' continues to be situated in a canonical status. This course will be very useful for those who seek to know more about the great and most important works of world literature. Start learning, today.

Start Course Now

Careers