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Douglas KnealeRegistration closes Nov. 22 for a brief history of the sonnet, taught by UWindsor president Douglas Kneale on Nov. 24.

Last chance to register for session on sonnets

No registrations will be accepted at the door for UWindsor president Douglas Kneale’s one-session course “Sonnets: a Brief History,” offered Saturday, Nov. 24, through Canterbury College’s ElderCollege program.

Dr. Kneale will draw on examples from different periods in English literary history to explore how language, metre, rhyme, and structure all work to produce meaning. A scholar of English Renaissance and Romantic literature, he was dean of humanities at Brock University before coming to the University of Windsor.

Saturday’s course will run 1 to 4 p.m. in the college’s building at 2500 University Ave. West. Registration closes at 3 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 22, and costs $10 + HST for ElderCollege members, and $25 + HST for all others. Register by phoning Laura Macmillan at 519-253-3000, ext. 4944.