Admittedly I haven't listened to the whole collection yet, just the introduction and that concerning Wordsworth (the poet I'm currently studying), but I've heard enough to be able to say that Professor Morton is absolutely brilliant. I especially love the little British injokes; there's one about Marmite at one point. Morton has introduced concepts which I wouldn't have heard in my AS-Level English Lit lessons, so I hope to be able to impress my teacher with them. Seriously, these are fabulous lectures!
LilyLM via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/23/11
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I love this series, the professor is such a big personality! It's opened my eyes to a whole new side of Wordsworth. Be warned there is swearing in this series
Thginkcam via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 04/30/11
I really enjoyed this course. If you've read some of the subject books and poems, and know a bit about biology, science and the environment, and (I would suggest) have heard Hubert Dreyfus on Existentialism and Heidegger's attempt to dismantle subject-object structuring, this is a great course...Read full review »
Absurd Project 0 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/19/11
Really cool. I can`t say enough for this course. Each lecture gives me a tonne of stuff to think about while the course has given me a great cirriculum for studying a fantastic period of English literature at my own pace.
Daninthpan via Apple Podcasts · Japan · 05/05/13
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