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Authoritarianism, Patriarchy, and Aesthetics: The Poetry of Sylvia Plath
February 22, 2019 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
In this two session course, how Sylvia Plath uses her distinctive poetic form to examine the intricacies of patriarchy and authoritarianism will be explored.
Lecturer: Dr. Michael Keller, Assistant Professor of English, Quincy University, where he teaches courses in American literature and rhetoric. His research focuses on the interaction between literary form and religious practice in nineteenth century American literature.
POLIS is an opportunity for lifelong learning for seniors, 55+ years. There are two semesters each year requiring a membership fee of $15 per semester. Choose from 15 or more classes each semester. Classes are $4 each. Classes are casual in lecture format with no tests, plus cookies and coffee at break. Cancellations do occur due to inclement weather. Call the office at 217-228-5594 to hear cancellation messages. Attend a one time only class for free to see if POLIS is for you. Walk in. Sit down and enjoy.
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