ENG 3227E Syllabus - ENGLISH 3227E SHAKESPEARE SECTION 570 Course Description Shakespeare remains one of the most influential of English writers This


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E NGLISH 3227E: S HAKESPEARE , S ECTION 570 Course Description: Shakespeare remains one of the most influential of English writers. This course studies twelve plays across a range of genres. Instructors may integrate theatre-oriented exercises and/or other dramatic or non-dramatic material, depending on individual emphasis. When possible, the teaching program will include an autumn theatre trip. Prerequisites: At least 60% in English 1020E, 1022E or 1024E (old numbers: 020E, 022E, or 024E) or 1035E or 1036E or both of 1027F/G and 1028F/G, or permission of the Department. Antirequisites: English 2371E, 2372F/G, 2373F/G (old numbers 259E, 260F/G, 261F/G) and 2430E (old number 232E). Unless you have either the requisites for this course or written special permission from your Dean to enroll in it, you may be removed from this course and it will be deleted from your record. This decision may not be appealed. You will receive no adjustment to your fees in the event that you are dropped from a course for failing to have the necessary prerequisites. Lecture Schedule Dr. Paul Werstine 2014-2015 Class meets: Monday 9:30am-11:30am (King Centre [KC] 006) and Wednesday 9:30am- 10:30am (KC 006) Office: W250 (Wemple Building) Office Hour: Tues. 10-11 AM Contact me: Office: 519-433-3491, Ext. 4550 or 519-433-0041, Ext. 4550 (If I do not answer, please leave me a message on the phone-mail system, or leave a message with the Secretary of the Modern Languages Department by dialing 0; please avoid calling me at home, except in an emergency. My email is [email protected] ; I will answer within 48 hours if I have email access. I will not have it a few weekends when class is in session and some weeks when class is not in session.) WORKING SCHEDULE : Sept. 8 Business Session; goals and objectives of the course; Shakespeare = s life 10 Shakespeare’s canon, chronology, theatre, text 15 The Two Gentlemen of Verona (TGV)