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Teaching Shakespeare's Contemporaries
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 15.0882  Friday, 16 April 2004

From:           Jeremy Lopez <
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Date:           Thursday, 15 Apr 2004 07:56:30 -0400
Subject:        Teaching Shakespeare's Contemporaries

I'm working on a project about teaching obscure renaissance drama. I'm
wondering what obscure plays people teach for which they have difficulty
finding good, modern texts.  I teach a class on boy-company plays and do
a fair amount of photocopying from Dodsley and from the various Bowers
editions.  Do other people do much of this, or does the
(non-)availability of modern texts determine syllabi to a large degree?
  Any and all info about syllabi, text selection, etc. would be greatly
appreciated--via the list or to my email address. Thanks.

Jeremy Lopez
College of William & Mary

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