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Welcome to Literary Prose WikiEdit

This Wiki is designed as an addition to our Literary Prose class. We try to share more than we can present in the classroom, and anyone can contribute by creating or editing content. Let's see how much fun we can create.

About the CourseEdit

Literary Prose is one of the courses that Alzahra University offers its undergraduate students of English Literature. In this Wiki you can see our course plan and syllabus, and join in our attempt at turning this experience into an interesting and useful opportunity, both for us and for anyone who may enjoy going through these pages.

Where to start?Edit

Why not with this page, where you can find out which prose writers we actually talk about?


Notice Board
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I have updated the Exam References (page numbers,etc...). Please check the syllabus.
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Did you know that John Stuart Mill was one of the first important men who wrote about the problems of women? You can download his great book, The Subjection of Women, here.
Read More about Mill here, on the Victorian Web. On this fascinating and user-friendly website you can find a lot of other Victorian writers.
Quote of the Week
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A person may cause evil to others not only by his actions but by his inaction, and in either case he is justly accountable to them for the injury.
John Stuart Mill
I am not aware that any community has a right to force another to be civilized.
John Stuart Mill


Video of the Week
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Francis Bacon: "Of Studeis"
The video is from Youtube, if you do not see it, it is probably blocked by your internet provider.