eng304 | undergraduate
This undergraduate-level course is 5 weeks To enroll, speak with an Enrollment Representative.
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- Explain how the tragic action in Shakespeareâs tragedies mimicked the social interactions of England in his time.
- Compare Shakespeareâs tragedies as literary texts versus theatrical performances or productions.
- Compare the tragic devices and themes of Shakespearean tragedies.
- Compare Shakespeareâs romances as literary texts versus theatrical performances or productions.
- Discuss Shakespeareâs romances and their relationship to tragedies and comedies.
- Analyze the characteristics of a Shakespearean sonnet, including language, imagery, meter, and rhyme scheme.
- Analyze the dominant themes in Shakespeareâs sonnets.
- Discuss the relevance of studying Shakespeare in the modern age.
- Explain the value of studying Shakespeare today.
- Examine the historical context for the topics, themes, or performances of Shakespeareâs comedies.
- Compare Shakespeareâs comedies as literary texts versus theatrical performances or productions.
- Explore how Shakespeare utilized his sources in his interpretations of historical events.
- Explain how the action in the history plays mirrors the historical and political context of 16th- and 17th-century England.
- Compare Shakespeareâs histories as literary texts versus theatrical performances or productions.
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