RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS2207 INTRODUCTION TO SHAKESPEARE

SEMESTER 1, 2016-2017

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The Exam Advice has been posted below.

Please note that this course was supposed to be taught by visiting Fulbright Professor Sean Benson of Dubuque University, Iowa.  Although Professor Benson taught the first three weeks, he had to return home for personal reasons.  The remainder of the course will be shared by Mr. Robert Leyshon and me (see Timetable below).

TIMETABLE

SEMINAR / LECTURE 1: WEDNESDAY 10 AM - NOON (MSSR1) [Richard Clarke]

SEMINAR / LECTURE 2: THURSDAY 11 AM - 1 PM (MSSR7) [Robert Leyshon]

Attendance at both seminars/lectures is compulsory (we will meet for a minimum of 1.5 hours each time).

BOOKLIST

2016-2017

Advice

READING SCHEDULE

Module 1: a Tragedy and a History (Weeks 1-6) [Prof. Benson is teaching the section on Romeo and Juliet]

Module 2: a Comedy and a Romance (Weeks 7-12)

SUPPLEMENTARY RESOURCES

PhilWeb Shakespeare Page

Selected Secondary Sources (please note that the list is meant to be neither exhaustive nor a fait accompli. I shall add to it from time to time as I discover new items of relevance.  Accordingly please check back occasionally for updated versions.)

TERM PAPER

Assignment

Advice

EXAM

Past Papers

Advice for Semester I, 2016-2017 NEW!

ESSAY WRITING RESOURCES

My Essay Writing Guidelines

My Essay Self-Evaluation Sheet

My Correction Codes

Some Dos and Don'ts

GENERAL ADVICE

Accessing Course Websites

Attendance

Downloading Notes in PDF

Teaching Methods

 

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