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Literature and Film

The Literature and Film course looks to study the similarities and difference between mediums when a book is made into a movie.

The course will examine the relationship between film and literature by studying films that have been adapted from literary texts. Like literature, films are narratives that can be examined and discussed using similar methodologies however film has its own distinct techniques and terminology. This course will augment your understanding of both art forms, as well as their complementary themes such as identity, memory, and violence.

Available as a public access course

This course is available as a non-credit public access course (ENGL129). Public access courses are offered at a reduced rate, and you do not need to be a King's student to register. 

Looking to take this course for credit? Find it under the course code ENGL329. Apply today.

September 3 - December 6, 2019

$155.00

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