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Objectives for this Guide
Print, multimedia and internet resources related to Shakespeare and his works
Primo VE: Library Catalog This link opens in a new window(FLVC) - Primo VE is a "discovery tool" that performs a "Google-like" search of the College's library catalog and full text databases. Use Primo VE to save research time by searching all of the library's holdings at one time and then limiting your search results to exactly the type of item you need.
Introduction to Shakespeare
This course provides an introduction to the works and life of Shakespeare by studying representative plays and poetry within their historical, cultural, and artistic contexts. Emphasis is placed on close reading while developing an awareness of various scholarly and artistic responses to Shakespeare over time. This course includes reading, speaking, and writing competencies. This guide may also be helpful in other English, Literature, and Theatre courses.