RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS2207 INTRODUCTION TO SHAKESPEARE

SEMESTER II, 2019-2020

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Because of the Bank Holiday on Tuesday January 20, the first class will be held on Thursday January 23 at 1 pm.

TIMETABLE

SEMINAR / LECTURE 1: TUESDAY 1 PM - 3 PM (LR1)

TUTORIAL: WEDNESDAY 10 AM -11 AM (TSR7 or A3)

SEMINAR / LECTURE 2: THURSDAY 1 PM - 3 PM (ASR1)

Attendance at both seminars / lectures is compulsory (we will meet for a minimum of 1.5 hours each time); please see readings assigned

Though we shall only occasionally hold the tutorial, attendance is also advised; tasks, readings, etc. will be assigned prior to the tutorial in question.

BOOKLIST

2019-2020

Advice

READING SCHEDULE

Module 1: Histories and Comedies (Weeks 1-6)

Module 2: Tragedies and Romances (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 II, 2018-2019 [TBA]

Topics Covered in Module 2 [TBA]

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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