1992

Shakespeare Electronic Conference, Vol. 3, No. 353. Saturday, 5 December 1992.
 
From:           Rasa Hollender <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.>
Date:           Friday, 4 Dec 1992 18:47 EST
Subject:        [Q: Graduate School Admissions Requirement]
 
Dear Shaksperians,
 
I will be applying to graduate school in theatre over the holidays...
Along with my applications, I am asked to submit two examples of written
work.  I am applying for an MA program, and then hope to be on the PhD
track.  My question to professors or other students on the line is
what would be advisable for me to submit?  What types of work, in
your experiences, have been what grad schools are looking for?
I will be submitting something from my Shakespeare class (either
a sonnet explication or critical essay involving some of the plays
we've read) and I have essays involving other topics in theatre.
Would a critical essay be more advisable, or a researched topic
essay??
 
Just some questions....
 
THANK YOU,
Rasa Hollender
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