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MASSOLIT

MASSOLIT: Romanticism

In this module, Professor Keith Hanley (University of Lancaster) explores the concept of Romanticism, focusing in particular on the relationship between reality

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MASSOLIT: The Critical Reception of Christina Rossetti

In this lecture, Dr Ross Wilson (University of Cambridge) thinks about the critical reception of the Victorian poet, Christina Rossetti.

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MASSOLIT: Hamlet as Revenge Tragedy

In this lecture, Professor John Lennard thinks about Hamlet as a revenge tragedy, focusing in particular on the ways in which Shakespeare complicates many of ..

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MASSOLIT: Introduction to A Streetcar Named Desire

In this lecture, Professor John McRae (University of Nottingham) introduces Tennessee Williams' classic 20th-century play, A Streetcar Named Desire.

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MASSOLIT: Othello and Race

In this module, Professor John Lennard thinks about how Shakespeare's Othello engages with the ideas of race and racism.

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MASSOLIT: The Life of Lord Byron

In this lecture, Professor Sir Drummond Bone (University of Oxford) introduces the life of the man who was 'mad, bad and dangerous to know', Lord Byron.

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MASSOLIT: The Life of Percy Bysshe Shelley

In this lecture, Dr Ross Wilson (University of Cambridge) thinks about Shelley's early life and education, focusing in particular on: the political climate into

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MASSOLIT: The Reputation of James I

In this lecture, Dr David Smith (University of Cambridge) traces James' changing reputation among historians from the 17th century to the present day.

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MASSOLIT: Augustus and the City of Rome: The Ara Pacis

In this lecture, Dr Matthew Nicholls (University of Reading) looks at the Ara Pacis, an altar dedicated to the goddess Pax ('Peace') that was built to commemora

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MASSOLIT: John Donne's Love Poetry

In this lecture, Dr Anna Beer (University of Oxford) thinks about Donne's poetry about love, focusing in particular on the poems The Sun Rising, The Good ...

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Massolit (Original)

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MASSOLIT: The Sources for Charlemagne

In this lecture, Professor Rosamond McKitterick (University of Cambridge) explores the sources that are available for historians studying Charlemagne and the ..

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MASSOLIT: René Descartes: Father of Modern Philosophy

In this lecture, Professor John Cottingham (University of Reading) provides a brief introduction to the philosopher René Descartes, focusing in particular on h

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MASSOLIT: The Wife of Bath in the General Prologue of the Canterbury Tales

In this lecture, Professor Marion Turner (University of Oxford) thinks about the depiction of the Wife of Bath in the General Prologue of the Canterbury Tales,

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MASSOLIT: Kant's Aim in the Groundwork of the Metaphysics of Morals

In this lecture, Professor Adrian Moore (University of Oxford) thinks about Kant's basic aim with the Groundwork of the Metaphysic of Morals — namely, to lay

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MASSOLIT: Ibsen and A Doll's House

In this lecture, Dr Sophie Duncan (University of Oxford) introduces Ibsen's life and times, his inspiration for the plot of A Doll's House, as well as how the p

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MASSOLIT: The Complete History of Tragedy. Part 1: The Greeks

In this lecture, Professor John Lennard explores the origins of tragedy in Classical Athens, focusing in particular on the size and location of the Theatre of .

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MASSOLIT: The Early Years of Elizabeth I

In this lecture, Dr Susan Doran (University of Oxford) thinks about the problems that faced Elizabeth in the early years of her reign, and how well she dealt wi

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MASSOLIT: John Keats the Reader

In this lecture, Dr Ross Wilson (University of Cambridge) thinks about John Keats as a voracious reader of literature, focusing in particular on his poems On Fi

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MASSOLIT: Homer's Iliad and the Homeric Question

In this lecture, Professor Richard Jenkyns (University of Oxford) explores one of the most fundamental questions asked of the Homeric epics – was the Iliad th

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