Intro to Shakespeare Critics Exercise

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Unformatted text preview: Int roduction to Shakespeare (Carr) Critical Debates about Shakespeare As you continue to read Hamlet this weekend, please read and think about the following arguments, and come to class prepared to argue both sides , for against, the following points of view. If you would like, I encourage to also write your Hamlet response to one of these passages. If youd like to prepare and do some research before class on Tuesday, you can look for book reviews of Bloom and Greenblatts books on the JStor or Project Muse library database to see how scholars agree and disagree with their arguments. You will be called on, and expected to participate in the discussion and analysis. I will be challenging your critical analysis, reasoning, and articulation skills. So be prepared. John Keats John Keats coined the term Negative Capability to describe his view of a Man of Achievement like William Shakespeare....
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This note was uploaded on 02/25/2011 for the course ENL 3334 taught by Professor Carr during the Spring '11 term at FSU.

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