AJ26071 John Milton's 'Paradise Lost' and the British Civil War

Filozofická fakulta
jaro 2018
Rozsah
0/2/0. 2 kr. (plus 3 za zk). Doporučované ukončení: zk. Jiná možná ukončení: z.
Vyučující
Stephen Paul Hardy, Ph.D. (přednášející)
Garance
doc. PhDr. Jana Chamonikolasová, Ph.D.
Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky - Filozofická fakulta
Kontaktní osoba: Tomáš Hanzálek
Dodavatelské pracoviště: Katedra anglistiky a amerikanistiky - Filozofická fakulta
Rozvrh
Út 15:50–17:25 L42
Omezení zápisu do předmětu
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Cíle předmětu
The course will consider Milton's 'Paradise Lost' in the context of a concurrent study of the British Civil Wars of the relevant period preceding its publication. Students will be expected to analyse the text and to relate it not only to Milton's poetic and theological or philosophical concerns but also to the politics of the relevant period. Students who complete the course for full credit will also have completed an eight to ten page essay consideringg relevant aspects of the poem and/or its pertinent contextual surround, that is to say the the civil wars and subsequent political developments of the period and the issues contributing to their occurrence, or, should they wish to write a cultural studies oriented essay,aspects of the cultural issues pertinent to the politics of the civil wars. In either case a student completing the the course will have gained knowledge and understanding of the period in question and elements of the poetics of pertaining to it, to a level deemed adequate at this level of study.
Výstupy z učení
The participant completing the course will have been exposed to the basic events and issues in the seventeenth century civil war period and to the presentation and dramatisation of many of these issues in Milton's epic poem, along with twentieth century interpretations of the same. The participant will thus have gained a better insight both into one of the crucially formative eras in British political history and to ways in which political and related issues can be negotiated and interpreted in a classic literary text.
Osnova
  • Week 1 Introductory: L'Allegro; Il Penseroso; Lycidas, Week 2 Milton:Paradise Lost: Book One; Hunt: Ch.1-3 Week 3 " " " " Two; Hunt: Ch 4-6. Week 4 " " " " Three;Hunt: Ch 7-9 Week 5 " " " " Four; Hunt: Ch.9-11 Week 6 " " " " Five;Brailsford Ch.6&7. Week 7: READING WEEK: NO CLASS Week 8 Paradise Lost: Six; Lucy Hutchinson: Order and Disorder (internet) G.Robertson: Introduction etc. Week 9 Paradise Lost: Seven and Eight;C.Hill: Part VI Week 10 " " " " Nine and Ten;D.Norbrook: extracts Week 11 PUBLIC HOLIDAY: NO CLASS Week 12 PUBLIC HOLIDAY: NO CLASS Week 13 " " " " Eleven&Twelve; W.Empson: Satan,Eve
Literatura
    povinná literatura
  • MILTON, John. Paradise Lost. Edited by C. A. Patrides - Philip Brockbank. London: Macmillan Education, 1986. 230 s. ISBN 0333007883. info
    doporučená literatura
  • Geoffrey Robertson presents The Levellers (The Putney Debates) London: Verso 2007
  • Christopher Hill, Milton and the English Revolution London , Faber and Faber, 1979
  • William Empson, Milton's God, Westport, Connecticut, Greenwood Press (1961/1978)
  • Lucan Civil War (transl Susan H Braund) Oxford: Oxford University Press 2008
  • MILTON, John. The works of John Milton :with an introduction and bibliography. Ware: Wordsworth Editions, 1994. ix, 486 s. ISBN 1-85326-410-5. info
    neurčeno
  • David Norbrook Writing the English Republic Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2000
  • tristram Hunt The English Civil War at First Hand London: Penguin 2011
Výukové metody
The course will be taught through a close reading of the poem and consideration of other relevant material by means of small group and class discussion.
Metody hodnocení
The course will be assessed by a combination of attendance/class contribution (40%) and an essay of 8-12 pages (60%).Essays should be submitted to me by e-mail attachment and/or to the IS essay vault for the course. IN EITHER CASE PLEASE NOTIFY ME BY E-MAIL WHEN YOU SUBMIT THE ESSAY.
Vyučovací jazyk
Angličtina
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