Stevenson: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
This playlist brings together seven courses on Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde. The first three look at Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde directly, while the other four provide historical, literary and cultural context.
 
What this playlist includes:
75 lectures across 7 courses.
All resources designed and delivered by university academics and researchers.
Self-marking quizzes for all lectures, as well as an end-of-topic quiz.
Reading lists, essay questions and extension activities.
Courses and Lectures
1. Stevenson: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Prof. Nick Groom
Exeter University
1.1. Language – 09:44
1.2. The Gothic – 09:13
1.3. Urban Detective Fiction – 11:23
1.4. Science & Medicine – 11:14
1.5. Perversity – 11:13
3. Stevenson: Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde
Dr Christopher Pittard
Portsmouth University
3.1. Genre – 07:42
3.2. The Title – 10:30
3.3. The Opening Paragraph – 09:45
3.4. Degeneration – 13:46
3.5. The Uncanny – 13:21
3.7. Sex and Sexuality – 11:58
3.8. Text and Textuality – 11:58
3.9. National Identity – 11:59
4. Gothic Literature
Dr Elly McCausland
York University
5. Gothic Literature
Prof. John McRae
Nottingham University
5.3. The First Gothic Novels – 05:58
5.4. Early Gothic Literature – 06:33
5.5. The End of Early Gothic – 06:15
5.7. Frankenstein – 20:51
5.8. Early Victorian Gothic – 06:56
5.9. Wuthering Heights – 14:12
5.10. Jane Eyre – 15:21
5.11. Late Victorian Gothic – 11:03
5.12. Psychological Gothic – 04:19
5.13. Fin de Siecle – 10:29
5.14. Modern Gothic – 05:12
6. Victorian Literature and Darwin's Origin of Species
Dr Will Abberley
Oxford University
7. The Supernatural: A Complete History
Prof. Nick Groom
Exeter University
7.1. Ballads – 11:16
7.2. Revenge Tragedy – 09:37
7.3. Early Vampires – 10:10
7.4. Victorian Vampires – 11:25
7.5. The Uncanny – 19:11
7.6. The Victorian Uncanny – 07:41
7.7. English Ghosts – 14:28
7.8. The American Supernatural – 11:41
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