Bad news

You are all fated, at least for the time being, to sit in puddles of your own sweat, stupefied into somnolence while watching my face getting redder and redder as I pontificate a mere few feet in front of you.

In other words, there is apparently not another room available, though if someone else switches somewhere, one may yet come up.

Of course, the question will be then, why did they switch? We might be out of the frying pan and into the fire.

So to speak.

My advice: wear layers.

Published in: on January 12, 2007 at 8:47 pm  Comments (8)  

Blogs are sprouting like mushrooms

Check them out, via the sidebar. Anyone having any difficulties, contact me. Or one of the people in the class who have already set theirs up, some of whom, as it turns out, are veteran bloggers.

No word yet on the request to change the room.

Re. presentations: I will ask everyone next class to sign up for a particular play, so you might want to spend a little time this week recruiting a group and deciding when and on what you would like to present. Feel free to email me or leave a comment with your preferred choice(s). The early bird, and all that.

I think this is going to be a good class.

Published in: on January 12, 2007 at 10:32 am  Comments (1)  


[I moved the assignments over to the sidebar so they would be more accessible. See Presentations, Essay, and Weblog (comments for the latter still attached to this post)].

Published in: on January 11, 2007 at 1:20 pm  Comments (11)  

Course Text

The following anthology is available at the UNBSJ Bookstore:

Harbrace Anthology

Canfield, J. Douglas, and Maja-Lisa von Sneidern, eds. The Broadview Anthology of Restoration and Early Eighteenth-Century Drama, Concise Edition. Peterborough, Ont.: Broadview Press, 2003.

Other editions of the plays are acceptable, but be sure to have a look at the supporting material in the Broadview.

Published in: on January 5, 2007 at 8:52 pm  Leave a Comment  


to the course weblog for English 3203: Restoration and 18thc Drama at UNBSJ. Here you will find links, any updates, and copies of the schedule and assignments. More importantly, blogging is interactive — you can leave comments to any post — and so this blog can serve as a venue for continuing the conversations we will have in class. Check back in the coming days for further information.

Published in: on January 5, 2007 at 7:32 pm  Leave a Comment