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Custom Search Studies in Shakespeare Critical Approaches to Shakespeare: Some Initial Observations [This document has been prepared by Ian Johnston for students of English 366 at Malaspina University-College (now Vancouver Island University). It is in the public domain, released May, 1999. For more lectures in this series, please click here.] Approaches to Shakespeare
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Intro to Genres Plays haven't always been classified according to the traditional genres of comedy, tragedy and history. The categorisation arose during the early seventeenth century when readers of Shakespeare's plays began to view them in terms of their similarities as well as their distinctions. In this seminar, Cambridge University Press author Susan Snyder outlines the three genres of comedy, tragedy and history. Based on one chapter from the , the seminar categorises the major work of Shakespeare in each genre. Drawing on traditions stretching back to classical times, she shows how the divisions were shaped and styled.
Thinking with Shakespeare: Essays books.google.fr - What is a person? What company do people keep with animals, plants, and things? What are their rights? To whom are they obligated?
Rhetoric - With what persuasion . . .
Back to Medieval Source Book | ORB Main Page | Links to Other Medieval Sites | Medieval Sourcebook: Nicolo Machiavelli (1469-1527): The Prince, 1513 Chapter I : How Many Kinds of Principlaities There are, and by What means they are Acquired The Prince, Machiavelli- 1513
Course Description : This course focuses on Shakespeares later plays beginning with Measure for Measure and ending with The Tempest. Building on the discussions of individual plays in Marjorie Garbers book Shakespeare After All, this course takes note of key themes, issues, and interpretations of the plays, focusing on questions of genre, gender, politics, family relations, silence and speech, and cultural power from both above and below (royalty, nobility, and the court; clowns and fools). ENGL E-129 Shakespeare After All Free online course in video lectures
Shakespeare's language Download this document for a brief explanation of how Shakespeare's language works, together with descriptions of some of the major tools of his art. This document is designed as a resource for teachers which can be adapted to use with your students. Shakespeare's Language (PDF) » If Shakespeare played a major role in the transformation of English drama and theatre he did no less for the English language. He was writing at a time when early modern English was less than 100 years old and most documents were still written in Latin.
Shakespeare Illustrated, a work in progress, explores nineteenth-century paintings, criticism and productions of Shakespeare's plays and their influences on one another. The Introduction to Shakespeare Illustrated The plays of Shakespeare are listed alphabetically. Under each play is a list of paintings based on that particular work. The artists are also listed alphabetically. Under the name of each artist is a list of paintings based on various plays by Shakespeare. Shakespeare Illustrated
iTunes U - Shakespeare Lectures Description Each lecture in this series focuses on a single play by Shakespeare, and employs a range of different approaches to try to understand a central critical question about it. Rather than providing overarching readings or interpretations, the series aims to show the variety of different ways we might understand Shakespeare, the kinds of evidence that might be used to strengthen our critical analysis, and, above all, the enjoyable and unavoidable fact that Shakespeare's plays tend to generate our questions rather than answer them.
300-level Course - Shkspr's plays
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The Chronology of Shakespeare's Plays Establishing the chronology of Shakespeare's plays is a most frustrating and difficult task. It is impossible to know the exact order of succession because there is no record of the first production date of any of Shakespeare's works. Timeline of Plays