British literature

British literature or this is a course when I was in high school as English literature. We learned the stories and essays, dramas, and the poetry of the culture in this course.

B is for British ideas,

R is for raising consciousness of other culture,

I is for interest in British ideas,

T is for texture of the speech used,

I is for information learned about language,

S is for substance of the language,

H is for heady teaching,

L is for literary ideas,

I is for intensity of understanding,

T is for teaching the culture as well,

E is for educating the use of language,

R is for reading,

A is for accentuation of the dialects,

T is for timely ideas presented,

U is for understanding others ideas,

R is for restoration of words from the past to the present,

E is for edification of theories and the thoughts of the British way of living past and present.

  (Not really sure of this one, but it is close.)

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