Reinventing Drama: Acting, Iconicity, Performance (Contributions in Drama and Theatre Studies)

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You'll also explore key period artistic and literary concepts such as the sublime, beautiful, picturesque, the Hellenic, and pastoral, and you'll analyse the many ways in which the writers of the period exploited concepts of landscape. You'll look at issues such as the Supernatural and Dreaming. Your understanding of Romantic writing will be enhanced by an analysis of aesthetics, politics, and of the work of women writers. You'll look at how writing is gendered in the period and the implications of this for both male and female writers. You'll be taught through a mixture of one-hour weekly lectures and two-hour weekly seminars, as well as self-directed study.

You'll gain experience in communicating your ideas in tutorials, as well as through written work and presentations. You'll be assessed through two formative pieces a close reading and a project bibliography and one summative piece on a project chosen by yourself in discussion with your seminar tutors. This module introduces you to the poetry, drama and prose of one of Britain's most exciting and turbulent periods of cultural, political and intellectual transformation: the 17th century.

The module works through lectures, which establish larger questions we might ask of the week's material, and seminars, in which we close read passages of texts together intensively.