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Great unit! Did this as an elective and loved it! I didn't find the readings too big, often just some poems, or a short story. Assessments were fair and relatively easy. Interesting content with the first lecture on the history of the time period, then going into detail on the readings for the week. Was a lot of discussion and group work in my tutorial so be prepared for that but all else was great!
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2021
Great perspective on classics and the need for them to be decolonised and decanonised. The tutes weren't amazing but I think that was just my tutor and class of people who weren't as passionate about it - also COVID
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2020
The lectures were really interesting due to an amazing lecturer. The tutorials were really boring, there were too many set readings for each week (sometimes a whole book). The essay component was marked fairly but the exam required a lot of preparation.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2019
Interesting texts, but lectures and tutes were dull.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2018
I found this subject interesting and eye-opening, and it greatly expanded my knowledge of literature. However, I did find the sheer amount of reading required was rather excessive.
Anonymous, Semester 1, 2016
Although in relation to the title "making/breaking form", the lectures didn't always specifically focus on the form of the texts, the course was still really good