Welcome to English 203G!
This guide is here to assist you with finding information and sources on Shakespeare and literary criticism. Additionally, please feel free to contact the library at any time for assistance. We welcome your questions and want to help!
Literary Criticism is an analysis of the themes, ideas and meaning of a particular work of literature.
For the purposes of ENGL 203G: Shakespeare, the analysis will be focused on the themes, ideas and meaning of the works of William Shakespeare.
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