PART II-ANGLICKÁ LITERATÚRA 20.-21. STOROČIA (MODERN BRITISH LITERATURE 20th-21st ct)

 MODERN BRITISH LITERATURE

 

20th-21st century -

PART II (readings for Weeks 4-11)

 

 

 

ALSO CALLED:

 

"ANGLICKÁ LIT. 20.-21. STOROČIA

 

KAA-FF/1dajs-204/15

 

ANGLICKÁ LITERATÚRA II-

 

Pdf-KAJL/M-ANGde003/17

 

 

Instructor: Doc. PaedDr. Jana Javorčíková, PhD.

 

This page is a follow-up to PART I web-page and contains  all course materials and weekly readings for weeks 4-11.

The page is under construction, please check weekly. Also, follow the lesson plan and 280 slides from PART I:

 

 

 ALL WEEKLY READINGS FOR SEMINARS 4-11 (Please read prior to seminar and bring a copy to class):

 

 

WEEK 4:  John Fowles: The Enigma

 

--------:   Muriel Spark: A Member of the Family

 

 

WEEK 5:  David Lodge: Introduction to Lucky Jim

 

---------:  David Lodge: The British Museum is Falling Down

 

 

WEEK 6 Sue Townsend: The Secret Diary...

 

----------:  George Mikes: How to be an Alien

                                                         HOW TO BE AN ALIEN - ABRIDGED COPY  

 

WEEK 7: DRAMA: Harold Pinter: The Applicant

 

----------: Samuel Beckett: Waiting for Godot

 

 

WEEKS 9-11: POETRY (please, bring all poems to all seminars):

 

- John Betjeman: In Westminster Abbey

- Seamus Heaney: Scaffolding

- Seamus Heaney: Rookery (see: Trout)

- Seamus Heaney: Trout

- Roger McGough: 40 - LOVE (see: Scaffolding)

- Roger McGough: happiness

- Ted Hughes: Hawk Roosting, Jaguar

 

THAT IS ALL TO PASS THE COURSE SUCCESSFULLY. JJ

 

For PART I - Weekly readings for weeks 1-3 see: https://www.ff.umb.sk/jjavorcikova/part-i-anglicka-literatura-20-21-storocia-modern-british-literature-20-21st-ct-ba-bb-externists.html

 

Problems with this web-page report to: jana.javorcikova@umb.sk

 

PLEASE IGNORE EVERYTHING BELLOW THIS LINE, HOWEVER, YOU MAY FIND SOME OF THESE LECTURES INTERESTING.

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LECTURE BY DR. AGATA BUDA (FOWLES AND POSTMODERN LITERATURE) - FEBRUARY 17, 2015