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The purpose of the new BA Honours course in English, under the semester system, is to provide a thorough grounding in literature written in the English language, from the earliest period to the present day. The course is not confined to literature produced in the British Isles but will also take into account the global reach of the language and the diversity and range of all its literary manifestations, especially in the postcolonial world. One important feature of the course is its cross-disciplinary character. Students will be exposed to the interface of literature with other kinds of textuality in contemporary culture and society, and to the various possible applications of disciplinary skills.
The course strives to achieve a balance between compulsory—or ‘core’—components and specialised or ‘optional’ areas. While students will be expected to master the fundamentals of their discipline in the core courses, they may exercise individual preferences or seek to develop applied skills in the optional courses. The syllabi for the core courses is therefore relatively fixed and determined, while the optional courses are designed to allow more flexibility to both student and teacher. Specific reading lists will be supplied to students who opt for these courses well before the beginning of the semester.
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