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University of Cambridge: English (Eighteenth-Century and Romantic Studies)

Institution University of Cambridge View institution profile
Department Anglo-Saxon, Norse, and Celtic
Telephone 01223 760606
Study type Research


This is a self-contained course; it can also serve as a prerequisite for a PhD; the core course covers: the classical tradition; reason and scepticism in the 18th century; sensibility and the novel; literature and visual culture; romanticism and revolution; the long poem; romantic aesthetics and gender; period classes (1740-1750 and 1814-1824); resources for research class; dissertation; in addition to the course fee (university composition fee) students may have to pay a college fee.

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