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Teaching Shakespeare and Early Modern Dramatists

  • Andrew Hiscock
  • Lisa Hopkins

Part of the Teaching the New English book series (TENEEN)

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xiii
  2. Andrew Hiscock, Lisa Hopkins
    Pages 1-13
  3. Helen Ostovich
    Pages 14-25
  4. Adrian Streete
    Pages 26-41
  5. Lisa Hopkins
    Pages 42-53
  6. Andrew Hiscock
    Pages 54-74
  7. Susan Bruce
    Pages 75-90
  8. David Ruiter
    Pages 91-105
  9. Matthew Steggle
    Pages 106-117
  10. Rick Bowers
    Pages 118-131
  11. Alizon Brunning
    Pages 132-145
  12. Ceri Sullivan
    Pages 146-157
  13. Rowland Wymer
    Pages 158-170
  14. Carol A. Morley
    Pages 171-186
  15. Richard Dutton
    Pages 187-217
  16. Karen Raber
    Pages 218-234
  17. Back Matter
    Pages 235-243

About this book

Introduction

This collection offers practical suggestions for the integration of non-Shakespearean drama into the teaching of Shakespeare. It shows both the ways in which Shakespearean drama is typical of its period and of the ways in which it is distinctive, by looking at Shakespeare and other writers who influenced and developed the genres in which he worked.

Keywords

dramatist Shakespearean drama William Shakespeare

Editors and affiliations

  • Andrew Hiscock
    • 1
  • Lisa Hopkins
    • 2
  1. 1.University of Wales BangorUK
  2. 2.Sheffield Hallam UniversityUK

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