Oscar Wilde: Online Learning

Posted by Speakeasy News > Friday 30 September 2016 > What's On

To accompany the Oscar Wilde exhibition now on at the Petit Palais in Paris, the Sorbonne is offering a free MOOC about Oscar Wilde, in French, from October 26.

The online course is taught by English Literature professor Pascal Aquien. It will consist of six sessions, each with six 10-minute parts. They will start out with Wilde's life, and look at his poetry, essays, his only novel, The Picture of Dorian Gray, and his plays, before a concluding session about his connections to philosophy and psychology, and his literary legacy.

The video below gives an outline.

Oscar Wilde, Writer and Thinker
Starting on 26 October for 6 weeks.


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