and a third time before the HSC ...Originally posted by flyin'
at least twice ... once to understand what is going on ... and the twice to analyse it and make notes relating to module ...
That's about right. If your as mad as King Lear by the end you have probably read it enough ...Originally posted by t-i-m-m-y
hey shouldn't we be reading them as many times as possible before losing our sanity?
Oh yeah,I forgot that class of '03 is doing Hamlet in place of Lear, lucky bastards.Originally posted by t-i-m-m-y
yeah thanx for the advice i'm doing hamlet he ends up dead.. if i end up dead i've read it enough??
Oh, that's right, '03 is still our "new" syllubus, it's '04 that is the "newer" syllubus that replaces Lear with Hamlet.Originally posted by t-i-m-m-y
i think ppl r still doing lear.. in 03 but i feel sorry for 04 total overhaul of syllabus
That's right, you study it with the Tom Stoppard play "RAGAD". Far better than BNW & BR ...Originally posted by t-i-m-m-y
hamlet is under the module called transformations and submodule or something another heading called "texts and contexts" eh .. all no good
It's alrite as long as u give the full title at the beginning, with the shorthand in bracketsOriginally posted by Rahul
is it alrite if we do that?
More than once. The first time to just get to know the story line and then a second to further analyse, take down quotes stuff like that. But it can can very dull reading emma. I only read in once and three quarters the second time.Originally posted by elizabethy
hey cud ne 1 tell me how many times shud i read
emma and king lear???