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UTSGENG220H1John ReibetanzSummer

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Utopia, Human Beings In Buddhism, Fairy

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Focus questions: the action of a midsummer night"s dream is essentially concluded at the end of act 4. How does it relate to the main experiences and t
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UTSGENG220H1John ReibetanzFall

Eng220-2nd

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28 Sep 2011
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Act5s1- original script - theseus (not in orignial draft - such shaping fantasies, that apprehend. The poet"s eye, in a fine frenzy rolling, Doth glanc
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UTSGENG220H1John ReibetanzSummer

ENG220Y1 Lecture Notes - James Burbage, Bear-Baiting, Boy Player

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15 May 2012
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In 1564, the year of shakespeare"s birth, there were no regular theatrical performances in. London because there were no theatres in london. There was
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UTSGENG220H1John ReibetanzFall

Eng220-1st

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UTSGENG220H1John ReibetanzFall

Eng220-3rd

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UTSGENG220H1John ReibetanzFall

Eng220-4th

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28 Sep 2011
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Focus question for tuesdays: the action of amnd is essentially concluded at the end of act 4. Everyone can watch the play, demand creates an audience o
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