Register on the English Literature Diploma today and build the experience, skills and knowledge you need to enhance your professional development and work towards your dream job. Study this course through online learning and take the first steps towards a long-term career.
The course consists of a number of easy to digest, in-depth modules, designed to provide you with a detailed, expert level of knowledge. Learn through a mixture of instructional video lessons and online study materials.
Receive online tutor support as you study the course, to ensure you are supported every step of the way. Get a free e-certificate as proof of your course completion.
The English Literature Diploma is incredibly great value and allows you to study at your own pace. Access the course modules from any internet-enabled device, including computers, tablet, and smartphones.
The course is designed to increase your employability and equip you with everything you need to be a success. Enrol on the now and start learning instantly!
What You Get With The English Literature Diploma
- Receive a free e-certificate upon successful completion of the course
- Get taught by experienced, professional instructors
- Study at a time and pace that suits your learning style
- Get instant feedback on assessments
- 24/7 help and advice via email or live chat
- Get full tutor support on weekdays (Monday to Friday)
The course is delivered through our online learning platform, accessible through any internet-connected device. There are no formal deadlines or teaching schedules, meaning you are free to study the course at your own pace.
You are taught through a combination of
- Video lessons
- Online study materials
Upon successful completion of the course, you will be able to obtain your course completion e-certificate free of cost. Print copy by post is also available at an additional cost of 9.99 and PDF Certificate at 4.99.
Who Is This Course For:
The course is ideal for those who already work in this sector or are an aspiring professional. This course is designed to enhance your expertise and boost your CV. Learn key skills and gain a professional qualification to prove your newly-acquired knowledge.
The online training is open to all students and has no formal entry requirements. To study the English Literature Diploma, all your need is a passion for learning, a good understanding of English, numeracy, and IT skills. You must also be over the age of 16.
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|Elizabethan Drama and Shakespeare's Hamlet|
|The History of Drama||00:10:00|
|Hamlet: A Synopsis of the Play||00:04:00|
|Hamlet: An Anlaysis of the Play||00:19:00|
|Jacobean Literature and the Metaphysical Poets|
|Jacobean Literature Poetry and Prose||00:12:00|
|Puritanism & The English Civil War||00:11:00|
|The Rise of the Novel and Satire|
|The Restoration & Glorious Revolution||00:06:00|
|Early Novelists: Defoe, Richardson, and Fielding||00:11:00|
|English Satire: John Dryden & Alexander Pope||00:06:00|
|Jonathan Swift & Gulliver’s Travels||00:10:00|
|Swift’s A Modest Proposal||00:08:00|
|The Emergence of American Literature|
|Colonialism & John Smith||00:07:00|
|The Revolutionary Period Writers||00:07:00|
|The Knickerbocker Era: Washington Irving||00:14:00|
|Frontier Fiction: James Fenimore Cooper||00:10:00|
|The New England Renaissance|
|The Westward Expansion||00:04:00|
|Transcendentalism: Ralph Waldo Emerson||00:10:00|
|Transcendentalism: Henry David Thoreau||00:08:00|
|Anti-Transcendentalism: Nathaniel Hawthorne||00:05:00|
|Nathaniel Hawthorne and The Scarlet Letter||00:08:00|
|Edgar Allan Poe||00:06:00|
|Poe’s “The Cask of Amontillado”||00:05:00|
|Poe’s “The Raven”||00:07:00|
|The American Civil War Era and the Gilded Age|
|The American Civil War Era & Harriet Beecher Stowe||00:07:00|
|Whitman’s “Drum Taps”||00:06:00|
|The Gilded Age||00:07:00|
|Local Color Writing: Mark Twain||00:08:00|
|Tom Sawyer & Huck Finn||00:11:00|
|A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur’s Court||00:07:00|
|Women Writers of the 19th Century|
|Female Writers & The French Revolution||00:12:00|
|Helen Maria Williams||00:08:00|
|Anna Laetitia Barbauld||00:06:00|
|British Romantic Poets and the Poetic Imagination|
|The Napoleonic Wars||00:08:00|
|The Romantic Period||00:05:00|
|Samuel Taylor Coleridge||00:08:00|
|Percy Bysshe Shelley||00:08:00|
|Lord George Gordon Byron||00:07:00|
|Jane Austin’s Pride and Prejudice||00:14:00|
|Emily Brontë and Wuthering Heights||00:11:00|
|Charles Dickens and Great Expectations||00:15:00|
|The Imagist Movements after World War I|
|Anti-Victorianism & Edwardian England||00:05:00|
|Imagism & Gertruid Stein||00:05:00|
|Post War Literature & Ezra Pound||00:10:00|
|William Carlos Williams||00:05:00|
|Virgina Woolf’s To the Lighthouse||00:12:00|
|The Lost Generation|
|Ernest Hemingway and the Lost Generation||00:05:00|
|Hemingway’s The Sun Also Rises||00:10:00|
|F. Scott Fitzgerald||00:04:00|
|Fitzgerald’s The Great Gatsby||00:08:00|
|The Beat Generation & Allen Ginsberg||00:11:00|
|Resources – English Literature Diploma||00:00:00|
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