Michael Delahoyde, PhD

Professor of English

Shakespeare / Delahoyde

English 305
Section 01 [H]
Summer 2010
SLN 14159
MTWThF 9:00 – 10:15
Thompson 201
Dr. Michael Delahoyde
Avery Hall 355 — Washington State University
Hours: MTWTh 10:15-11:30, and by appointment.
Phone: 509-335-4832
E-mail: delahoyd@wsu.edu


Shakespeare Syllabus

[We will be reading plays selected by the class.
So the syllabus will undergo development throughout the semester.]


June 21 — Introductions and Images.
June 22 — Background; Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act I.
June 23 — Two Gentlemen of Verona, Act II.
June 24 — Two Gentlemen of Verona, Acts III & IV.
June 25 — Two Gentlemen of Verona, Acts IV & V.

June 28 — The Authorship Controversy.
June 29 — The Authorship Controversy.
June 30 — A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Act I.
July 1 — A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Acts II.
July 2 — A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Acts III & IV.

[July 5 — Holy Day.]
July 6 — Writing Advice.
July 7 — A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Act V.
July 8 — Midterm Exam.
July 9 — Assignment #1 Due; Histories; Henry IV, Part 1, Act I.

July 12 — Henry IV, Part 1, Acts I & II.
July 13 — Henry IV, Part 1, Acts II & III.
July 14 — Henry IV, Part 1, Acts III & IV.
July 15 — Henry IV, Part 1, Act V.
July 16 — Shakespearathon Games.

July 19 — Julius Caesar, Act I.
July 20 — Julius Caesar, Act II.
July 21 — Julius Caesar, Act III.
July 22 — Julius Caesar, Acts IV & V.
July 23 — Research and Consultation.

July 26 — Much Ado About Nothing, Act I.
July 27 — Much Ado About Nothing, Acts II & III.
July 28 — Assignment #2 Due; Much Ado About Nothing, Acts III & IV.
July 29 — Much Ado About Nothing, Act V; Review.
July 30 — Final Shakespearasummerama 2010.

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