ENGL 1181W: Introduction to Shakespeare

4 CreditsLiteratureWriting Intensive

This course explores the richness and variety of the playwright William Shakespeare through intensive study of representative plays and poems. Although Shakespeare died over 400 years ago, he is now more popular than ever. In his own day, Shakespeare was able to entertain, shock, amuse, and inform his audiences. Today, his work continues to have a global influence in nearly every corner of the world. Through class lectures, discussions and written work, students will be challenged and inspired by the many complexities and connections that we still have with the world's greatest playwright.

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