Vile Villains of Literature to Get Us Reading

Meet some truly vile villains whom we will love to hate and how they entice us into reading such as Shakespeare's Iago, Highsmith's Tom Ripley and Tolkein's Sauron. Learn how writer’s use villains to add tension, excitement and conflict to their stories to make them more enjoyable and thought-provoking for their audiences.

DELIVERY MODE

  • Face-to-Face

COURSE OUTLINE

You will be introduced to over a dozen "vile villains" with a brief explanation of:

  • Who they are
  • Their purpose in the story
  • Their importance to each narrative

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of this course, students should be able to:
Students will:

  1. Be introduced to an eclectic range of classic and modern villains across a range of literary genres
  2. Understand of the role of a villain in progressing a narrative and providing tension
$39 Limited

<p>Meet some truly vile villains whom we will love to hate and how they entice us into reading such as Shakespeare's Iago, Highsmith's Tom Ripley and Tolkein's Sauron. Learn how writer’s use villains

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01 Sep

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