Courses: Shakespeare: The Tragic and Beyond (ENGLH225A01)

Fall 2013

A study of the major tragedies and related histories, comedies, and romances, with special reference to the evolution of dramatic form, poetic style, characterization, and ideology as they are shaped by Shakespeare's persistent experimentation with dramas of extravagant will, desire, tyranny, scepticism, and death. Particular attention will be paid to key scenes in an effort to assess both Shakespeare's response to contemporary literary and cultural concerns and the internal reformation of his own craft.

Syllabus: View course syllabus

Fulfills: HU III Limit:30

Department

English (Web site)

Taught By

Barbara Riebling (Profile)

Location

Haverford, Stokes 010

Meeting Times

MW 1:00-2:30