2 weeks ago
The Gothic

This is a very interesting short video about Gothic literature - I have written some questions to go with it so it can also be a listening comprehension exercise ... See more

Professor John Bowen discusses key motifs in Gothic novels, including the uncanny, the sublime and the supernatural. Filmed at Strawberry Hill House, Twicken...

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3 weeks ago

Ambiguous words! Can you explain the two different meanings of these sentences?
1. From where they were standing it was possible to overlook the park.

2. The new painting was much darker than ... See more

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1 month ago

This week's literature class - Poe, Jackson, Bradbury - variations of Gothic Fiction - why is it such an enduring genre, as popular today as it has ever been?

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1 month ago
2018-04-11_21-29-48.mp4

NGRAM stories, the expression 'strapped for cash', meaning to be short of money https://www.screencast.com/t/SR064oC2

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1 month ago

Part of next week's Literature Class will focus on Mark Twain.

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1 month ago
The art of the metaphor - Jane Hirshfield

I made a gap-fill to go with this TED lesson about metaphor. Watch, enjoy and fill in the gaps.Raining __________ and __________

Waiting for the other shoe to __________

The world of new-born ... See more

How do metaphors help us better understand the world? And, what makes a good metaphor? Explore these questions with writers like Langston Hughes and Carl Sandburg, who have mastered the art of ... See more

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1 month ago

EXAM TIP

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1 month ago
2018-03-31_15-36-30.mp4

NGRAM Stories - the word 'DRIZZLE', meaning to rain in small, light drops https://www.screencast.com/t/HawDfvxD

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1 month ago

See more below...

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1 month ago
Fotos de la publicación de Upper Street

In our next Literature class on April 6 we will discuss Modernist Short Stories by Katherine Mansfield, Virginia Woolf, Ernest Hemingway, Stephen Crane and James Joyce.

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