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I want to prepare myself for it and have a minimum of literary knowledge before starting the course, so are there any books I should read before then? This pretty much answers all my questions 6-hour-long exams seem daunting but I'll probably survive!
I want to prepare myself for it and have a minimum of literary knowledge before starting the course, so are there any books I should read before then?
Actually, the exam wasn't that bad - I have a 3 hour closed book one coming up this week and I find myself wishing I had the extra time!
Definitely, definitely try and get through Paradise Lost - it's really dense so it will probably take you a while (and don't worry if you struggle!
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Miltonic sentences are notorious for being long and difficult); then I would suggest getting ahead with the ICS texts, like the Bible/Odyssey/Oedipus and so on.
I found I had time to read most of the texts as the course went on - if you stay about two weeks ahead of the reading, you'll be fine!
I've been reading through it a bit and this does answer a few of my questions I love the sass of the undergraduate handbook: "Claims have been made for the study of literature as a morally uplifting and civilising activity; objections have been made to it as a pointless self-indulgence.
You are not required to believe either, and would be well advised to postpone judgment for three years (at least)." Thanks for the link!