Early Moderns

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  • Early Moderns: Poetry and Politics

    Poetry and Politics. 
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  • Early Moderns: Rise of England

    RISE OF ENGLAND introduces students to some of the greatest poetry composed in the English language. Dr. Peter Leithart guides students through the three major play types by looking at the tragedy of King Lear, the history of Richard III, and the comedy of The Merchant of Venice, as well as six of Shakespeare’s sonnets. Wesley Callihan then guides students through the great epic poem: John Milton’s Paradise Lost, as well as the poetry of George Herbert, John Donne, and Marvell.
    Learn about the influence this poetry had on England in its day, and the lasting legacy of these works in culture to this day.

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  • Early Moderns: The Enlightenment

    The Enlightenment.

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  • Early Moderns: The Novels

    Early Moderns: The Novels. 
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  • Old Western Culture: Early Moderns

    Old Western Culture: Early Moderns, is a full-year literature and history curriculum for high school students (and above). Learn about the greatest and most influential works from the early modern period. Study the poetry, theology, novels, and political treatises of this period from a Christian perspective! Enjoy!

    Note: This year of Old Western Culture is still in production. The videos of the first unit (Rise of England) are currently available via streaming. The DVDs and workbooks for the year will ship once they are complete.

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