English literature

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  • He grew interest in English literature while he was in his high school.
  • But the man is a professor of English literature, and is merely lost.
  • It has gone on to become a standard of English literature.
  • In the evening his wife or a daughter read English literature for his benefit.
  • The department of English provides study on English literature and film studies.
  • Her works had been selected as teaching material for English literature in lower secondary schools.
  • This was only used in the early years for English Literature classes.
  • The term was first seen in modern English literature in the 18th century.
  • Her place in English literature is as the author of Our Village.
  • He is sometimes called the father of English literature.
  • His studies in English literature developed his interest in poetry.
  • His research was in the area of English literature.
  • He chose to continue his work in English literature, and subsequently resigned his commission.
  • The first books he read were mostly English literature.
  • This was later to be a common theme in English literature.
  • His background, however, was in English literature, and he considered teaching as a career.
  • At college, he earned a master's degree in English literature.
  • English literature grew rapidly over the next few years and several writers came on the scene and won international awards.
  • She later pursued her studies in English literature and planned to become a primary school teacher.
  • It is actually about half a century older than its first documented use in English literature.
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