RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS2203 SHAKESPEARE I: HISTORIES AND COMEDIES

MODULE ONE: HISTORIES AND COMEDIES I
 

WEEK ONE: INTRODUCTION / HISTORIES I: HENRY IV PART I
(Week of January 18)
 

REQUIRED READINGS:

 

 

SEMINAR 1:
  • No class due to registration problems, etc.
Notes:
SEMINAR 2:
  • Errol Barrow Day --a Public Bank Holiday.
Notes:
TUTORIAL:

RECOMMENDED READINGS:

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PHILWEB RESOURCES:

COMMENTS:
 
  • Unfortunately, much of this week has been lost to registration difficulties, a public bankholiday, etc.

WEEK TWO: HISTORIES I: HENRY IV PART I
(Week of January 25)
 

REQUIRED READINGS:

 

 

SEMINAR 1:
  • Introductory Matters: Course objectives, schedule, etc.
  • Henry IV Part I: Act I
Notes:
SEMINAR 2: Notes:
TUTORIAL:
  • We will use this tutorial to read the remainder of Act I and thus make up for lost time as much as is possible.

RECOMMENDED READINGS:

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PHILWEB RESOURCES:

COMMENTS:
 
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WEEK THREE: HISTORIES I: HENRY IV PART I
(Week of February 1)
 

REQUIRED READINGS:

 

 

SEMINAR 1: Notes:
SEMINAR 2: Notes:
TUTORIAL:
  • We will use this tutorial to study as much of Act IV as possible
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RECOMMENDED READINGS:

PHILWEB RESOURCES:

COMMENTS:
 
  • By the end of this week, we will hopefully have made up for the loss of Week 1 to registration difficulties, etc. and have completed Henry IV Part I.

WEEK FOUR: COMEDIES I: MEASURE FOR MEASURE
(Week of February 8)
 

REQUIRED READINGS:

 

 

SEMINAR 1: Notes:
SEMINAR 2: Notes:
TUTORIAL:
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RECOMMENDED READINGS:

  •  

PHILWEB RESOURCES:

COMMENTS:
 
  •  

WEEK FIVE: COMEDIES I: MEASURE FOR MEASURE
(Week of February 15)
 

REQUIRED READINGS:

 

 

SEMINAR 1: Notes:
SEMINAR 2: Notes:
TUTORIAL:
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RECOMMENDED READINGS:

  •  

PHILWEB RESOURCES:

COMMENTS:
 
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WEEK SIX: COMEDIES I: MEASURE FOR MEASURE
(Week of February 22)
 

REQUIRED READINGS:

 

 

SEMINAR 1: Notes:
SEMINAR 2: Notes:
TUTORIAL:
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RECOMMENDED READINGS:

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PHILWEB RESOURCES:

COMMENTS:
 
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You should be working from this point onwards on your Term Paper.

END OF MODULE ONE
 

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