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    Default Kind of a tie-in to my previous post about British Lit...

    I was doing some searching this evening, and stumbled across this:
    by doing a search of the lecturer that was listed in the Great Courses course that Farrar mentioned in my last post. There's some neat things there, but I haven't listened to any of them yet, so not sure how useful they are. The University that they are affiliated with also has some interesting course descriptions, and you can audit them. Just thought I'd pass it along!

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    Those look kind of neat - thanks.

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Kind of a tie-in to my previous post about British Lit...