NOC:English Literature of the Romantic Period, 1798-1832


Lecture 1 - Publishing, Literacy and Reading - I


Lecture 2 - Publishing, Literacy and Reading - II Literacy, Reading and the Audience


Lecture 3 - Empire


Lecture 4 - Empire - II


Lecture 5 - Science


Lecture 6 - European Romanticism Sensibility


Lecture 7 - Dissent and Revolution


Lecture 8 - The Debate on Rights


Lecture 9 - Nature and the Environment


Lecture 10 - The Self and Imagination


Lecture 11 - Fiction of the Romantic Period


Lecture 12 - Jane Austen


Lecture 13 - Criticism: Coleridge and Wordsworth


Lecture 14 - The Historical Novel


Lecture 15 - The Gothic Novel


Lecture 16 - Romantic Poetry 1 - William Blake (1757-1827)


Lecture 17 - Romantic Poetry 1 - Romanticism and sentiment - Introduction: Sensibility and Passion


Lecture 18 - Romantic Poetry 1 - Sensibility and Passion


Lecture 19 - Romantic Poetry 2 - William Wordsworth (1770-1850)


Lecture 20 - English Romantic Poetry 1:Samuel Taylor Coleridge


Lecture 21 - Introduction: Nature and the Environment


Lecture 22 - Wordsworth


Lecture 23 - Coleridge


Lecture 24 - Shelley


Lecture 25 - Keats and Byron


Lecture 26 - Romantic Poetry 3 - Aesthetics Introduction: Sublime and Picturesque Aesthetics


Lecture 27 - Romantic Poetry 3 - Visual arts and the Romantics


Lecture 28 - Romantic Poetry 3 - Aesthetics Wordsworth


Lecture 29 - Romantic Poetry 3 - Aesthetics Blake


Lecture 30 - Romantic Poetry 3 - Aesthetics Shelley


Lecture 31 - Romantic Poetry 4 - Politics Introduction Gender and Class


Lecture 32 - Romantic Poetry 4 - Politics: Race, Empire, Tyranny


Lecture 33 - Romantic Poetry 4 - Politics Abolitionist Poetry


Lecture 34 - Romantic Poetry 4 - Politics Wordsworth and Shelley


Lecture 35 - Romantic Poetry 4 - Politics John Clare


Lecture 36 - Romantic Literature - Empire and Orientalism Introduction 1: Romanticism, the Empire and the Other


Lecture 37 - Romantic Literature - Empire and Orientalism Introduction 2: Romanticism, the Empire and the Other


Lecture 38 - Romantic Literature - Empire and Orientalism 3 Prose: Thomas de Quincey


Lecture 39 - Romantic Literature - Empire and Orientalism 4 Byron


Lecture 40 - Romantic Literature - Empire and Orientalism 5 Felicia Hemans