This course is specifically designed to cater to individuals who are eager to delve deeper into the life and literary contributions of the renowned author, Charles Dickens.
With a focus on providing a comprehensive exploration of Dickens' works, this course aims to offer participants a unique opportunity to gain a profound understanding of the author's intentions. By skillfully contextualizing the set texts within the framework of Dickens' own life and the historical period in which he resided, participants will be able to immerse themselves in the rich tapestry of his literary creations.
Through a meticulous curation of quotes, critiques, and guidance, this course will serve as a valuable tool in unraveling the layers of meaning embedded in Dickens' works. By examining the intricate details of his writing style, participants will be able to appreciate the nuances and complexities that make his works so enduring and captivating.
By immersing themselves in Dickens' original intention, by means of reading his novels, participants will not only gain a comprehensive understanding of his literary genius but also experience a profound connection with the characters, settings, and themes that have captivated readers for generations. This course aims to persuade individuals that engaging with Dickens' work in its original form is the ultimate way to truly appreciate and engage with his literary legacy.
By exploring the historical and social context in which Dickens wrote, participants will gain a deeper appreciation for the societal issues and injustices that he sought to address through his writing. This course will encourage participants to critically analyze the themes and messages conveyed in Dickens' works, fostering a greater understanding of the author's social commentary and the impact of his literary contributions.
In conclusion, this course offers a comprehensive and immersive exploration of Charles Dickens' life and literary works. Through careful literary analysis and contextualization, participants will gain a profound understanding of the author's intentions and the enduring significance of his contributions to the literary world.
What you'll learn
Students will learn about Dickens' life and gain an indepth knowledge of a selection of his books.
A good, working knowledge of English.