Michael Delahoyde, PhD

Professor of English

Shakespeare / Delahoyde

English 205
Section 01 [H]
Spring 2013
SLN 03985 / 10967
MWF 10:10 – 11:00 am.
Pullman Murrow 55 — Vancouver VCLS 120
Dr. Michael Delahoyde
Avery Hall 355 — Washington State University
Hours: MWF 11:00 – 12:00, and by appointment.
Phone: 509-335-4832
E-mail: delahoyd@wsu.edu


Shakespeare Syllabus

[We will often be reading plays selected by the class.
So the syllabus will develop and change throughout the semester.]


January 7 — Introductions and Images.
                              Read the Course Description,
                              this advice from former students on How to Study,
                              and my own Work Tips.
January 9 — Background; Twelfth Night, Act I.
January 11 — Twelfth Night, Act II.

January 14 — Twelfth Night, Act III.
January 16 — Twelfth Night, Act IV.
January 18 — Twelfth Night, Act V.

[January 21 — Martin Luther King Holiday.]
January 23 — The Authorship Controversy.
January 25 — The Authorship Controversy.

January 28 — The Merchant of Venice, Act I.
January 30 — The Merchant of Venice, Act II.
February 1 — The Merchant of Venice, Act III.

February 4 — The Merchant of Venice, Act IV.
February 6 — The Merchant of Venice, Act V.
February 8 — Hamlet, Act I.

February 11 — Hamlet, Act II.
February 13 — Hamlet, Act III.
February 15 — Hamlet, Act IV.

[February 18 — St. Nixon Holy Day.]
February 20 — Hamlet, Act V.
February 22 — Writing Advice.

February 25 — Pullman Exam #1 & Essays.
February 27 — Vancouver Exam.
March 1 — History Plays; Henry V, Act I.

March 4 — Henry V, Acts I & II.
March 6 — Henry V, Acts II & III.
March 8 — Henry V, Act IV.

[March 11 – 15 — SPRING BREAK.]

March 18 — Henry V, Act V.
March 20 — Thule, the Period of Cosmography.
March 22 — Much Ado About Nothing, Act I.

March 25 — Much Ado About Nothing, Act II.
March 27 — Much Ado About Nothing, Act III.
March 29 — Much Ado About Nothing, Act IV.

April 1 — Much Ado About Nothing, Act V.
April 3 — A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Act I.
April 5 — A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Acts II & III.

April 8 — A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Acts III & IV.
April 10 — A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Act V.
April 12 — Conference.

April 15 — Conference.
April 17 — Review.
April 19 — Exam #2.

April 22 — Shakespeare Games.
April 24 — Shakespeare Games.
April 26 — The rest is silence.



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