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Shakespeare

ENGL 382

 

$ 549.00


Instructor: Heidi Aimee Lawrence MPhil
Credits: 3.00

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Prerequisite:

ENGL 291 (British Literary History 1) & ENGL 295 (Writing Literary Criticism); either ENGL 292 (British Literary History 1) & 293 (American Literary History) or ENGL 294 (Transatlantic Literary History).

Description:

Intensive reading, discussion, viewing of plays from the comedy, tragedy, romance, and history genres.

Course Content:

  1. Shakespeare, His Sources, and an Introduction to His Sonnets
  2. Revenge and Other Significant Issues in Hamlet
  3. Figurative Language in Hamlet
  4. Integrity and Other Significant Issues in Henry IV, Part I
  5. Figurative Language in Henry IV, Part I
  6. Kinds of Blindness and Other Significant Issues in King Lear
  7. Figurative Language in King Lear
  8. A Posturing Model Monarch and Other Significant Issues in Henry V
  9. Figurative Language in Henry V
  10. Universal Themes in Shakespeare's Sonnets
  11. Virtue in Excess and Other Significant Issues in Othello
  12. Figurative Language in Othello
  13. Justice vs. Mercy and Other Significant Issues in The Merchant of Venice
  14. Figurative Language in The Merchant of Venice
  15. Vicious Jealousy and Other Significant Issues in The Winter's Tale
  16. Figurative Language in The Winter's Tale
  17. Virtue vs. Vengeance and Other Significant Issues in The Tempest
  18. Figurative Language in The Tempest

Materials:

This includes a copy of reading materials, but does not include textbook material, exams, quizzes, or any other information found on external links within your course. (Optional)

Online Courses:

Course materials are accessed online, and all assignments must be submitted online. Optional course readings may be available but do not include the self-check assignments or graded assignments.

Notes:

For English majors and minors.