Interdisciplinary English-Literature


In the area of "interdisciplinary English-literature" our graduate M.A. or Ph.D. programs in English-literature offers the student the opportunity to take up professional studies in either
"British & American Literature" or "British Literature & Shakespeare studies" as reflected by such key literary figures as: Shakespeare, Milton, Blake, Pound, Eliot, Browning, Yeats, Stevens, Williams, Joyce, Orwell, Tolkien, and others. Students entering the English-literature program are expected to work across their English-Literature discipline of study in order to form an "interdisciplinary study" of their work with another closely related discipline.




New York City Humanities Institute - Interdisciplinary Integral English




English Literature


English Literature Links


Independent Study Program

British & American Studies British & Shakespeare Studies
Arthurian Legend Literature Shakespeare
John Milton William Blake
Elizabeth B. Browning Ezra Pound
T.S. Eliot W.B. Yeats
Wallace Stevens William Carlos Williams
James Joyce George Orwell
J.R.R. Tokien 



B.A. M.A. and Ph.D. Courses:




British Literature


Eng. 150. Medieval Literature
Eng. 160. Renaissance Literature
Eng. 170. Shakespeare
Eng. 180. Restoration and 18th Century Literature
Eng. 190. The Romantic Period
Eng. 200. The Victorian Period
Eng. 210. Modern British and Irish Literature
Eng. 220. British Literature Popular Modes


American Literature


Eng. 230. Early American Literature: Beginnings to 19th Century
Eng. 240. Middle to Late 19th Century American Literature
Eng. 250. Early 20th Century American Literature
Eng. 260. Middle to Late 20th Century American Literature
Eng. 270. 20th Century American Drama
Eng. 280. American Literature Popular Modes


Shakespeare Studies: (Plays)


Eng. 290. Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, King Lear, & Macbeth
Eng. 300. Shakespeare's Othello, Richard III, & Romeo & Juliet
Eng. 310. Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Hamlet, & Merchant of Venice
Eng. 320. Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, Sonnets, & The Tempest
Eng. 330. Shakespeare's As You Like It, Henry IV, Pt. 1, & Henry IV, Pt. 2
Eng. 340. Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, Henry V, & Taming of the Shrew



M.A. or Ph.D. degree (Graduate Courses):




British Literature


Eng. 500. Medieval Literature
Eng. 510. Shakespeare
Eng. 520. The Romantic Period
Eng. 530. The Victorian Period
Eng. 540. Modern British and Irish Literature


American Literature


Eng. 550. Middle to Late 19th Century American Literature
Eng. 560. Early 20th Century American Literature
Eng. 570. Middle to Late 20th Century American Literature
Eng. 580. American Literature Popular Modes


Shakespeare Studies: (Plays)


Eng. 590. Shakespeare's Julius Caesar, King Lear, & Macbeth
Eng. 600. Shakespeare's Othello, Richard III, & Romeo & Juliet
Eng. 610. Shakespeare's Twelfth Night, Hamlet, & Merchant of Venice
Eng. 620. Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, Sonnets, & The Tempest
Eng. 630. Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing, Henry V, & Taming of the Shrew


Milton


Poetic and Dramatic Works:

Eng. 640. L'Allegro, (1631) / IL Penseroso, (1633)
Eng. 650. Comus (a masque), (1634) / Lycidas, (1638)
Eng. 660. The Poems of Milton, (1645) Latin & English
Eng. 670. Paradise Lost
Eng. 680. Paradise Regained
Eng. 690. Samson Agonistes, (1671)
Eng. 700. Poems, (1673)


Blake


Eng. 710. The Writings of William Blake
Eng. 720. Songs of Innocence / The Book of Thel (1789)
Eng. 730. Marriage of Heaven & Hell / Visions of the Daughters of Albion (1790-93)
Eng. 740. Frist Book of Urizen / Songs of Experience (1794)
Eng. 750. Book of Los / Song of Los / Book of Ahania (1795)
Eng. 760. Milton: A Poem / Jerusalem: Emanation of the Giant Albion, (1804)
Eng. 770. The Four Zoas
Eng. 780. Harold Bloom on Blake's Apocalypse


Pound


Eng. 790. The Writings & Poems of Ezra Pound
Eng. 800. A Lume Spento
Eng. 810. Personae: Collected Poems
Eng. 820. The Cantos of Ezra Pound & Letters
Eng. 830. The Spirit of Romance
Eng. 840. Literary Essays of Ezra Pound
Eng. 850. ABC of Reading, Instigations, & Guide to Kulchur


Eliot


Eng. 860. Prufrock & Other Observations, (1917)
Eng. 870. The Waste Land & Other Writings
Eng. 880. Four Quartets (1945) & Selected Works
Eng. 890. Murder in the Cathedral
Eng. 900. The Cocktail Party
Eng. 910. Selected Essays, (1917-1932)
Eng. 920. Tradition & Individual Talent, (1920)


Yeats


Eng. 930. The Writings & Poetry of W. B. Yeats
Eng. 940. The Tower / The Lake Isle of Innisfree
Eng. 950. Hour Glass / Secret Rose
Eng. 960. The Celtic Twilight / Four Years
Eng. 970. The Land of Hearts Desire / Rosa Alchemica
Eng. 980. Synge & the Ireland of his time
Eng. 990. Autobiographies / Letters of W. B. Yeats


Stevens


Eng. 1000. The Writings & Poetry of Wallace Stevens
Eng. 1010. Harmonium, (1923) / Ideas of Order, (1936)
Eng. 1020. Owl's Clover, (1936) / The Man with a Blue Guitar, (1937)
Eng. 1030. Parts of a World, (1942) / Transport to Summer, (1947)
Eng. 1040. The Auroras of Autumn, (1950) / Collected Poems, (1954)
Eng. 1050. Opus Posthumous, (1957) / The Palm at the end of the Mind, (1972)
Eng. 1060. Collected Poetry and Prose / The Necessary Angel (1951)


Joyce


Eng. 1070. The Writings & Poetry of James Joyce
Eng. 1080. Dubliners
Eng. 1090. A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
Eng. 1100. Joyce's Exiles
Eng. 1110. Ulysses
Eng. 1120. Pomes Penyeach
Eng. 1230. Finnegans Wake


Bloom


Eng. 1240. Shelley's Mythmaking
Eng. 1250. A Reading of English Romantic Poetry
Eng. 1260. Blake's Apocalypse: A Study in Poetic Argument
Eng. 1270. A Study of Bloom's Interpretation of Yeats
Eng. 1280. A Study of Bloom's Interpretation of Wallace Stevens
Eng. 1290. The Anxiety of Western Influence
Eng. 1300. The Western Canon


Orwell


Eng. 1310. The Writings of George Orwell
Eng. 1320. Animal Farm (1936)
Eng. 1330. Nineteen Eighty-Four (1949)
Eng. 1340. Down and Out in Paris and London (1933)
Eng. 1350. Burmese Days (1934)
Eng. 1360. Homage to Catalonia (1938)
Eng. 1370. A Clergyman's Daughter (1935)




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