The Novel as Social History: 20th Century Women Writers, Short Course
A unique course comprising literature, social and cultural history and book club.
Course aims and areasWithin the pages of the novel we discover more than a story. We study social and cultural history by exploring the background information we are absorbing unwittingly and which is not the main theme, but which gives us a deeper and clearer understanding of the period and general minutiae of everyday life.
This term's writers include Barbara Pym and Marghanita Laski. Full reading list available from tutor Sarah Tobias: ST4@ccb.ac.uk, and you are expected to participate in group discussion.
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