Michael Delahoyde, PhD

Professor of English

Shakespeare / Delahoyde

English 305
Section 1 [H]
Fall 2001
SLN 27532
MWF 11:10 – 12:00
Thompson 201
Dr. Michael Delahoyde
Avery Hall 355 — Washington State University
Hours: MWF 9:00 – 11:00, and by appointment.
Phone: 335-4832
E-mail: delahoyd@wsu.edu


Shakespeare Syllabus

[We read Macbeth, Love’s Labor’s Lost, and Much Ado About Nothing,
but records of what other plays and when have been lost.]


August 27 — Introductions.
August 29 — Biographical Matters.
August 31 — Play #1.

September 5 — Play #1.
September 7 — Play #1.

September 10 — Play #1.
September 12 — Play #2.
September 14 — Play #2.

September 17 — Play #2.
September 19 — Play #2.
September 21 — Exam #1.

September 24 — Play #3; Writing About Literature.
September 26 — Workshop.
September 28 — Play #3.

October 1 — Play #3.
October 3 — Play #3.
October 5 — Project #1.

October 8 — Other Shakespearean Matters.
October 10 — Conference.
October 12 — Conference.

October 15 — Play #4.
October 17 — Play #4.
October 19 — Play #4.

October 22 — Play #4.
October 24 — Exam #2.
October 26 — Play #5.

October 29 — Play #5.
October 31 — Play #5.
November 2 — Play #5.

November 5 — Research and Literature.
November 7 — Play #6.
November 9 — Play #6.

November 14 — Play #6.
November 16 — Play #6.

November 19-23 — Thanksgiving Break

November 26 — Background.
November 28 — Workshop.
November 30 — Play #7.

December 3 — Play #7.
December 5 — Play #7.
December 7 — Project #2.

December 10 — Play #7.
December 12 — Last Words and Review.
December 14 — Final Shakespeararama 2001.

Whenever — EXAM #3.

Dr. Michael Delahoyde, Senior Instructor, Department of English
delahoyd@wsu.edu
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