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Renaissance

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English 333: The Renaissance--Fall, 2017

 

 

Course Documents:

 

Schedule of Readings and Assignments

Course Policies and Requirements

Unit Handouts

Reports Guidelines

Written Report Rubric

Oral Report Scorecard

Final Exam

 

Resources

 

A Guide to MLA style

Citation handout

"Romance": a definition

Reformation Chronology

Reformation Theology

The 39 Articles (pdf)

Portraits of Elizabeth I

Leviathan Frontispiece

A rakish lutenist

 

 

Faerie Queene Resources: 

 

Listen to Book III--mp3 files!

Summaries

     Some summaries of individual stanzas (scroll down for Bk III)

     SparkNotes (sadly); use the links on the left for the other cantos in Book III

Book III seems to play around with the "damsel in distress" motif.  Here's a two-part analysis of the trope in contemporary video games: part 1  part 2

  • (I know, this is only very tangentially relevant to The FQ, but it's some interesting cultural criticism, and has caused quite a stir.)

 

 

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