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Modernism and Myth

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Modernism and Myth

A non-accredited literature course.

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CLL 17/18_182

Course Dates

2nd October 2017 – 4th December 2017

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£74.00
Course Description

From TS Eliot’s grand reworking of grail mythology, through Yeats’s esoteric Celticism, Ezra Pound’s eclectic borrowings from Confucianism, Greek and Roman mythology, to James Joyce’s modern Homeric Ulysses, modernist writers have been fascinated by mythological sources, and interweaved and critiqued the originals in dazzling displays of verbal energy and inventiveness. We will look at some of the major works of modernism as well as lesser-known figures on the fringes, alongside myths and legends from which these literary works draw their inspiration and being, examining how profoundly literature invests in these ancient archetypal narratives.

Karl O’Hanlon PhD

Term: Autumn

Day: Monday

Start Date: 02 October 2017

Time: 7-9pm

No. of weeks: 10

Course fee: £74.00

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