RICHARD L. W. CLARKE


 

 

 

LITS2200 SERIES COURSES: SHAKESPEARE
 

CURRENT OFFERING

2016-2017: LITS2207 (R. Leyshon and R. Clarke)

COURSE ARCHIVE

2015-2016 Semester II: LITS2203 (R. Clarke)

2015-2016 Semester I: LITS2207 (R. Leyshon)

2014-2015:

2013-2014: LITS2207 (R. Leyshon)

2012-2013: LITS2207 (R. Clarke)

2011-2012

2010-2011

2009-2010

2008-2009

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2006-2007

2005-2006

2004-2005

2003-2004

2002-2003

2001-2002

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1998-1999

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1996-1997

1995-1996

1994-1995

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DESCRIPTION

LITS2203 Shakespeare I: Histories and Comedies offers a survey of Shakespeare’s histories and comedies by introducing students to examples of each of these genres.

LITS2204 Shakespeare II: Tragedies and Romances offers a survey of Shakespeare’s tragedies and romances by introducing students to examples of each of these genres.

LITS2207 Introduction to Shakespeare offers a survey of Shakespeare’s works by introducing students to an example of each genre of his plays, that is, to one comedy, one history, one tragedy and one Romance.

PREREQUISITES

LITS1001 Introduction to Poetry

LITS1003 Introduction to Drama. 

Please note that only those Level I students who have completed a set minimum of credits at Level I may be allowed to register for Level II courses such as LITS2204.  For precise details, please consult the Faculty of Humanities and Education Handbook.

ASSESSMENT

Seminar Participation and / or Presentation(s) and / or Response(s): 10%

Term Paper: 30%

Final Examination: 60% (2 questions in 2 hours)

Please note that, whatever the final mark, students must pass at least one question in the final exam to pass any course in Literatures in English.  Failures of this sort are denoted by FE ('Failed Exam') on the grade slip.

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.)

 

This site was last updated: November 23, 2016

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