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Understanding the Question

20 vídeos (Total 166 mín.), 4 leituras, 5 testes
20 videos
A 1.6 Interview with Kris De Meyer Part 210min
A 2.1 "Shakespeare wrote Shakespeare"7min
A 2.2 The "man-shaped hole"9min
A 2.3 Personal vs Impersonal Testimony9min
A 2.4 Literary Paper Trails10min
A 3.1 Shakspere as a broker8min
A 3.2 The Shakespeare Apocrypha9min
A 3.3 Was Shakspere a Playbroker?8min
A 3.4 Thomas Heywood and 'The Author'7min
A 4.1 Ben Jonson's poem 'On Poet-Ape' - An Introduction4min
A 4.2 "On Poet-Ape" - Textual Analysis10min
A 4.3 Shakespeare in the Parnassus Plays9min
A 5.1 Interview with Professor William Leahy Part 15min
A 5.2 Interview with Alexander Waugh Part 18min
A 5.3 Interview with Sir Mark Rylance Part 110min
A 5.4 Interview with Sir Mark Rylance Part 210min
A 5.5 Module Summary3min
4 leituras
A 1.2 Terms of Reference10min
A 2.5 Absence of Evidence10min
A 3.6 Addendum10min
A 4.4 Is John Marston a strong contender for Poet-Ape?10min
5 exercícios práticos
A 1.3 Starting Point8min
A 1.7 The effect of belief on interpretation10min
A 2.6 The main arguments10min
A 3.5 Broker theory10min
A 4.5 Analysis of 'On Poet-Ape'10min
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The Man and the Author

22 vídeos (Total 160 mín.), 2 leituras, 4 testes
22 videos
B 1.4 Hand D - Content Argument6min
B 1.5 Hand D - Author or Scribe?8min
B 2.1 A Hidden Author?9min
B 2.2 Marston and Hall - Labeo Part 111min
B 2.3 Marston and Hall - Labeo Part 211min
B 2.4 'Concealed Poets' and 'Our English Terence'7min
B 2.5 Does Hyphenation Imply Anonymity?5min
B 3.1 'Not Without Right' - Shakspere's Coat of Arms4min
B 3.2 Coat of Arms - Insulso Sogliardo9min
B 3.3 Coat of Arms - The Authorship Argument6min
B 4.1 The Upstart Crow - Allusion or Illusion?3min
B 4.2 Was Groats-worth Greene's?4min
B 4.3 The Upstart Crow as Edward Alleyn8min
B 4.4 Shake-scene and the 'Tiger's Heart'8min
B 5.1 Interview with Sir Mark Rylance Part 38min
B 5.2 Interview with Gregory Thompson Part 18min
B 5.3 Interview with Professor William Leahy Part 26min
B 5.4 Interview with Professor William Leahy Part 38min
B 5.5 Module Summary3min
2 leituras
B 1.6 For and Against "Hand D = Shakespeare"30min
B 4.6 Addendum10min
4 exercícios práticos
B 1.7 Shakespeare and 'Hand D'10min
B 2.6 16th Century Authorship Doubt10min
B 3.4 Shakspere's Coat of Arms10min
B 4.5 The Upstart Crow12min
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The Evidence from Stratford-upon-Avon

22 vídeos (Total 152 mín.), 2 leituras, 4 testes
22 videos
C 1.4 Shakspere's Lodger6min
C 2.1 Shakspere's Literacy5min
C 2.2 Shakspere's Daughters' Literacy 17min
C 2.3 Shakspere's Daughters' Literacy 25min
C 2.4 Shakespeare's Education9min
C 3.2 Shakespeare and Stratford - Shrewish places6min
C 3.3 Shakespeare and Stratford - The Shrew's Induction5min
C 3.4 Shakespeare and Stratford - Dialect words7min
C 4.1 The Stratford Monument - Introduction3min
C 4.2 Stratford and the William Basse Elegy3min
C 4.3 Was the Stratford Monument Altered?9min
C 4.4 Analysis of the Monument Poem8min
C 4.5 Analysis of the Latin Lines8min
C 5.1 Interview with Alexander Waugh - Part 28min
C 5.2 Interview with Gregory Thompson Part 27min
C 5.3 Interview with Gregory Thompson Part 37min
C 5.4 Interview with Peter Dawkins Part 17min
C 5.5 Interview with Peter Dawkins Part 25min
C 5.6 Module Summary2min
2 leituras
C 2.6 Addendum10min
C 3.1 Shakespeare and Stratford - Bardolph and Fluellen10min
4 exercícios práticos
C 1.5 Stratford Connections10min
C 2.5 Literacy and Education10min
C 3.5 Warwickshire references in Shakespeare10min
C 4.6 The Stratford Monument10min
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The First Folio as Proof of Authorship

19 vídeos (Total 117 mín.), 1 leitura, 4 testes
19 videos
D 1.4 The Preface Poets6min
D 2.1 The Droeshout Portrait - Reception3min
D 2.2 Was Droeshout the Younger Incompetent?3min
D 2.3 The Droeshout Portrait from a Non-Stratfordian Perspective6min
D 2.4 'Look Not on His Picture' - Analysis5min
D 3.1 The Folio Link to the Stratford-on-Avon2min
D 3.2 Thy Stratford Monument4min
D 3.3 Sweet Swan of Avon!7min
D 4.1 Jonson's Eulogy - Seeliest Ignorance8min
D 4.2 Jonson's Eulogy - A Monument without A Tomb3min
D 4.3 Interview with Alexander Waugh Part 37min
D 5.1 Interview with Alexander Waugh Part 48min
D 5.2 Interview with Sir Mark Rylance Part 46min
D 5.3 Interview with Sir Mark Rylance Part 57min
D 5.4 Interview with Professor William Leahy Part 47min
D 5.5 Module Summary4min
1 leituras
D 4.4 Was Ben Jonson accused of 'raping' Shakespeare?10min
4 exercícios práticos
D 1.5 The First Folio Preface10min
D 2.5 The Droeshout Portrait10min
D 3.4 Stratford-upon-Avon and the First Folio10min
D 4.5 Ben Jonson and Shakespeare10min
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por JQFeb 21st 2018

Great Course with many interesting and innovative concepts. Thanks to all the folks who must have worked hard and long to put this course on the internet. Dr Quincy

por JCFeb 18th 2019

This was an extremely interesting course. I loved that it questioned traditional thinking. I truly believe that more courses like this should exist. Excellent

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