British Literature (2nd ed.) discusses literature selections and cultural issues from eight literary periods in light of Scripture: Old English, Middle English, Tudor, Stuart, Neoclassical, Romantic, Victorian, and Modern. Traces English Christianity from its beginning to the present and studies the Shakespearean drama Macbeth.
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British LiteratureWhile the British Lit book is strongly based in Biblical content, the stories and excerpts used are difficult for students to relate to. The message could be just as strong with stories that hold more interest and that do not bore students who already aren't avid readers.