ENG3261 Shakespeare (3)

This course will examine Shakespearean literature as a tool for students to make an incisive response to the ideas and viewpoints expressed by authors and other people of various backgrounds and cultures. Students in this course will read a selection of the most widely read plays and sonnets and will learn how to understand them within their historical and literary contexts. By studying Shakespeare's language, his role as both poet and dramatist, and the social and cultural impact of his works, students will gain insight into the rich, compelling world of Shakespeare studies.(Prerequisites: ENG1100 or ENG1110 & ENG2100 or ENG2210) (Online)