RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS2203 SHAKESPEARE I: HISTORIES AND COMEDIES

MODULE TWO: HISTORIES AND COMEDIES II
 

WEEK SEVEN: HISTORIES II: HENRY V
(Week of February 29)
 

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WEEK EIGHT: HISTORIES II: HENRY V
(Week of March 7)
 

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WEEK NINE: HISTORIES II: HENRY V
(Week of March 14)
 

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WEEK TEN: COMEDIES II: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
(Week of March 21)
 

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SEMINAR 1: Notes:
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RECOMMENDED READINGS:

  • The Anti-Defamation League, Anti-Semitism and The Merchant of Venice
  • Cohen, Derek. “Shylock and the Idea of the Jew.”  Jewish Presences in English Literature.  Ed. Derek Cohen and Deborah Heller.  Montreal-Kingston: McGill-Queen’s UP, 1990. 25-39.

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WEEK ELEVEN: COMEDIES II: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
(Week of March 28)
 

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WEEK TWELVE: COMEDIES II: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE
(Week of April 4)
 

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You should be preparing from this point onwards for the Final Exam.

END OF MODULE TWO
 

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