William Shakespeare: comedies, histories, and tragedies

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Introduces the plays of Shakespeare and explores the reasons why Shakespeare is the leading playwright in Western civilization.
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table_of_contents Part 1. Shakespeare then and now -- The nature of Shakespeare's plays -- Twelfth night, Shakespearean comedy -- Twelfth night, Malvolio in love -- The taming of the shrew, getting married in the 1590's -- The taming of the shrew, farce and romance -- The merchant of Venice, courting the heiress -- The merchant of Venice, Shylock -- Measure for measure, sex in society -- Measure for measure, justice and comedy -- Richard III, Shakespearean history -- Richard III, the villain's career --, Part 2. Richard II, the theory of kingship -- Richard II, the fall of the king -- Henry IV, all the king's men -- Henry IV, the life of Falstaff -- Henry V, the death of Falstaff -- Henry V, the king victorious -- Romeo and Juliet, Shakespearean tragedy -- Romeo and Juliet, public violence and private bliss -- Troilus and Cressida, ancient epic in a new mode -- Troilus and Cressida, heroic aspirations -- Julius Caesar, the matter of Rome -- Julius Caesar, heroes of history --, Part 3. lecture 25. Hamlet, the abundance of the play -- Hamlet, the causes of tragedy -- Hamlet, The protestant hero -- Othello, the design of the tragedy -- Othello, o villainy! -- Othello, the noble Moor -- King Lear, this is the world -- King Lear, wisdom through suffering -- King Lear, then we go up -- Macbeth, fair is foul -- Macbeth, musing on murder -- Macbeth, enter two murderers.
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