Centre for Extended Learning(CEL)
East Campus 3 (EC3)
195 Columbia St. W.
|Course Code||ENGL 190|
Designed for students in all faculties, the course examines some of Shakespeare's comedies, history plays, and tragedies. Shakespeare's variety and flexibility in developing characters and dramatic structures are stressed, as are significant themes. [Note: No previous work in Shakespeare is required.]
Typical terms may not reflect online offerings.
|Course Work and Exam||Winter 2021 course outline (note 2)|
|Special Notes||1) No previous work in Shakespeare is required.|
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|Fees||Tuition Fees, Financial Aid, Scholarships, and Awards|
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