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The Ca' Foscari University of Venice shall keep this information constantly updated and shall ensure that the updated policy is published on the websites concerned. Ca' Foscari University of Venice. Prospective students Students and alumni Faculty and staff. Professors and degree programmes Programme. Course objectives. Title: The Victorian Apogee and Decline The aim of this module is to provide a historical, cultural and a critical perspective on the Victorian Age, a time of unprecedented economic, colonial and industrial consolidation for Britain.
Good knowledge of the English language. Students are advised to have already taken the first year exam in English language and in English literature. They are also required to read all the novels in the list in English. As to the modes of representation, the novels in the reading list illustrate the transition from High Victorian literature to Decadence and Modernism. The linear and autobiographical narrative line of Great Expectations is counterpointed by Vanity Fair, a polifonic and a metafictional novel and not just a satirical novel of manners about social climbing and by Cousin Phillis, a deceptively simple tale, which does not follow a conventional pattern and a happy ending closure and instead it depicts the end of innocence.
Finally, in their discourse on sexual morality, both Wilde and Hardy broke the implicit contract with the general public that artists were the reliable interpreters and representatives of mainstream,"bourgeois" culture and values. Francesco Marroni, con testo a fronte, Venezia: Marsilio, Marucci, Bologna: Il Mulino, , pp.
Bertinetti, Torino: Einaudi, , pp. Contemporary Critical Essays, ed. Sell, Basingstoke: MacMillan, , pp. Attendance is highly recommended The final written exam, which will also include a brief English to Italian translation, will cover all issues included in assigned readings.
These are the extra readings for non-attending students: Vanity Fair:F. Storia della letteratura inglese. Dal al , Firenze, Le Lettere, , pp. Great Expectations:F.
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