Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet
About the Author
Maurice Hunt, professor of English and head of the English department at Baylor University, has published Shakespeare's Romance of the Word (1990) and Shakespeare's Labored Art (1992) and edited three books, including Approaches to Teaching Shakespeare's The Tempest and Other Late Romances (1992). He has also published eighty essays on topics in Shakespeare, Webster, Beaumont and Fletcher, and Spenser.
"Romeo and Juliet is obviously hospitable to pedagogic discussion: everybody has taught it, everybody has problems teaching it, and yet everybody finds that on some level it is still a satisfying play to teach. This Approaches volume is very smart about its audience, offering practical suggestions for confronting the familiar obstacles that students perennially raise and also providing fresh commentary from recent scholarship and performance."—Russ McDonald, author of The Bedford Companion to Shakespeare
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