English Literature and Creative Writing final year modules

Compulsory modules

Creative Writing Project; or Dissertation in English Literature

Optional modules (may include) 

Students must complete a minimum of 40 credits in both Creative Writing and English Literature. 

English Literature options

  • From Plato to the Postmodern: Theories of Literature and Art
  • Hidden Romanticism
  • Interactivity: The Theory and Practice of Getting Stuck In
  • Last Year's Novels
  • Remembering World War One
  • The Art of Translation
  • Literature at Sea: 1851 to present
  • Multiple Voices: New York City Poetics, 1960-1985
  • Orwell's Books: Writing Politics, Resisting Tyranny
  • Politics and Terror in the Age of Revolutions
  • Shakespeare's Afterlives
  • Writing/Painting
  • Sustainable Development: Climate, Culture, Society and Policy
  • Bringing Out the Bodies: Technology, Transhumans and Skin
  • Fantasy and Fandom: writing back to the medieval in modern fantasy
  • Islamophobia and the Novel
  • Jane Austen's Fiction
  • Literary Ecologies: Environmental Crisis in American Writing
  • The Pre-Raphaelite Circle
  • Chaucer: Key Works
  • Daphne du Maurier: Horror, Romance & Obsession
  • Making Global Literatures in Britain
  • Shakespeare's Tragedies
  • Single Author: Virginia Woolf
  • The Figure of the Witch: Witch Writings c. 1400-1700
  • Professional Skills
  • Professional Skills - Freelance

Creative Writing options

  • Creative Non Fiction
  • Sympathetic Texts
  • The Hatred of Poetry
  • Adaptation: Theory and Practice
  • Poetry Film
  • Professional Skills
  • Professional Skills - Freelance