In your third year you have the freedom to pursue the interests you have developed, by choosing from a range of specialist topics and undertaking independent, guided research on topics of your own devising.
The course embraces all literature written in the English language, which means that you can study American and post-colonial literatures alongside British literatures throughout; there are also options to specialise in either or both of these areas in your third year, and to study literature in other languages.
You may find that the writing and documentation seem polished.
Because the sample papers serve as models, we aimed to make them free of errors in grammar and documentation.
There are few set texts, so you can focus on topics of particular interest within each period under the guidance of our distinctive teaching system.
Uniquely, we do not have a syllabus: instead, students work with their supervisors to devise a programme of study for themselves.Performing any of those assignments you have to show your own independent thoughts and provide a masterful analysis.No doubts you can and even should use critical materials and literary journals during your preparation, but it’s only the first step to create a worthy paper.The course also embraces all genres and periods, including writing by, for example, philosophers and essayists, as well as the more traditional genres of poetry, prose, and drama. The first part gives you a strong foundational knowledge of literature across the centuries.The second allows you to explore your own interests in more depth.It is believed that the study of literature, including English one, is not as complicated as the study of Chemistry or Law, but how we compare things that are not comparable.These disciplines explore and describe realities of our world from multiple perspectives.It is a prerequisite for being able to take part in discussions, analyze and provide criticism during lecturers and seminars.Intensive rhythm of studying touches not only your work in classes, but also a big amount of individual work and writing assignments that are a compulsory part of getting the degree.The MLA’s guidelines on formatting papers appear elsewhere on this site.The sample papers were written by MLA staff members who are experienced college teachers.