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Teaching Hamlet
The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 17.0113  Monday, 6 March 2006

From: 		Sally Drumm <
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Date: 		Friday, 03 Mar 2006 15:44:42 -0500
Subject: 	Teaching Hamlet

I will be teaching "Hamlet" for the first time beginning Monday in a 
freshman undergrad survey of literature course.   We've worked through 
the standard fiction and poetry.  I'm teaching from Roberts & Jacob's 
Literature: An Introduction to Reading and Writing.  We've worked quite 
a bit of theme, structure, imagery, symbolism and myth on the way to 
"Hamlet."  We have three class periods to discuss "Hamlet."  I would 
appreciate your suggestions on keeping it simple, interesting and 
meaningful.  32 students in two classes.  One English major.

Sincerely,
Sally Drumm

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