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In the academic year 2002-2003 English 366D is offered in the Fall term, 366E in the Spring.
if you are taking the course off-campus, you can print out a form for requesting the course materials from the UVic Bookstore by going to this page.
- #1. The Web Board
- #2. Option A: Blocking a Scene
#2. Option B: Comparing Two Video Performances
- #3. The Explication
- Some sample explications . . .
- #4. The Final Examination
- Office hours
- The Internet Shakespeare Editions' "Annex" has old spelling versions of Shakespeare's plays on line.
- Modern texts for the plays on these courses are part of the Individual Studies site.
- The ISE site also has a list of selected Shakespeare and renaissance resources on the Internet.
- Some sample research essays and projects prepared by Individual Studies students from previous years.
- Yahoo! Shakespeare is always a good place to start researching Shakespeare on the Internet.
- And the most comprehensive list of Shakespeare sites is Terry Gray's well-maintained site.
- Alan Young's Shakespeare Courses at Acadia University.
- Literature 131 at Princeton: a lecture course with an Internet component.
- "A Short Course on Hamlet."
- An inventive course on Macbeth for younger students from the University of Sheffield.
- The Internet version of Shakespeare courses of various levels at the University of Trondheim, in Norway.
Send queries to Michael Best, English Department, University of Victoria, Victoria B.C. V8W 3W1, Canada. firstname.lastname@example.org