Guide to English Literature 1700-1800
Advanced Level Course
Length of Each Tutorial: 1 Hour
Recommended Age: 14+
Course Summary: The Eighteenth Century is often overlooked in school courses on English Literature but it is a crucial period of literary innovation and development during which a revolutionary new form—the novel—became popular. Explore the weird and wonderful world of eighteenth-century literature, where even wigs can talk! This course is an excellent boost for those hoping to study Literature at a higher level, or simply wanting to expand your knowledge.
What You Receive
5 One-on-one Tutorials
with an Expert Tutor
Interactive and Engaging Exercises and Prompts for Further Study
Lesson Recap Booklet to Save or Print
Report Card with Personal Appraisal from Tutor
Tutor(s): This course is taught by several Canis Major tutors, depending on availability, each of whom has studied at Oxford or Cambridge university and holds a postgraduate degree. Please make an enquiry and we will send you the profiles of the tutors who are currently teaching this course.
Tutorial 1: Introducing the Novel
Tutorial 2: It-Narratives: Where Anything can Talk…
Tutorial 3: Richardson and Pamela: Damsel in Distress?
Tutorial 4: Theatre Business
Tutorial 5: Why is the Eighteenth Century Overlooked?
How it Works
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We will put you in touch with the tutor(s), to schedule the hours of the course around a timetable that is convenient for you.
Your tutor is paid directly through bank transfer*
Tutorials are completed
Student receives an e-certificate and report card
*please note that course fees must be paid in full before the second tutorial has been completed after which refunds cannot be given.
This course is intended to expand a student’s understanding of the topic, cultivate crucial academic skills, and serve as a demonstration of their commitment to learning and capacity for autodidactic study. It is thus the ideal complement to a university application; it cannot be substituted for any necessary element of an application, but it may enhance a student’s overall portfolio. The tutor’s comments in the personalised report received upon completion of the course may be used as references or quotes in an application process.