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ENGL 4440: Shakespeare, ENGL 5560: Studies in Teaching Literature - Teaching Shakespeare

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Dr. Jeff Doty

Office: 407H Language Building

Jeffrey.Doty@unt.edu

 

Dr. Jacqueline Vanhoutte

Office: AUDB 112

Jacqueline.Vanhoutte@unt.edu

What is Dystopian Literature

Dystopia is an imaginary or fictional society that sees differences among people as bad and outcast consequences as terrifying. The opposite is Utopia a perfect society. 

 The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood 

[VideoSparkNotes]. (2019, April 22). Shakespeare's Life and Works [Video File]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/ZYoGnC66sJY

 

'The Royal Shakespeare Company gives its second masterclass on performing Shakespeare before an invited audience.Ian McKellan describes the thoughts and ideas that run through an actor's mind as he prepares for a major soliloquy, and Patrick Stewart contrast two different performances of the speech by Enobarbus from 'Antony and Cleopatra.'The actors are Alan Howard, Jane Lapotaire, Ian McKellan, Michael Pennington, Patrick Stewart and David Suchet.'

 

[Gassalasca4]. (2014, January 15}. South Bank Show Special - Word of Mouth RSC (1979) [Video File]. Retrieved from https://youtu.be/TsJ9gucPmjA

 

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