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Ancient Narrative Literature MA


Swansea University College of Arts and Humanities

Full time & Part time September MA 1 year full-time; 3 years part-time

About the course

The MA in Ancient Narrative Literature is a dynamic world-first. Its deep exploration of the narrative produced in ancient Greece, Rome and Egypt is informed by globally renowned research expertise.

You will concentrate on fictional and factual ancient narratives in a variety of literary forms. These include the novel, epic poetry, mythology, historiography, and biography. You will also have the chance to begin or continue study of Greek and Latin.

Key concepts of literary and cultural theory will encourage you to investigate ancient texts in creative new ways. As well as ancient literature classics, you will examine less well known texts reflecting stories of ancient people marginalised by gender and social status.

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Entry Requirements

The typical entry requirement for the MA in Ancient Narrative Literature is a first degree in Classics, Classical Civilisation or a related background in Arts and Humanities, normally an upper second or above, or equivalent. Overseas students are expected to possess an IELTS score of 6.5. Please visit our website for more information on entry requirements for the Ancient Narrative Literature course.


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