Welcome to the course website for Rich Erlich's ENG/FST221: Shakespeare and Film. The menu on the right contains general information about the course as well as other references. The menu on the left contains information specific to the plays studied in the course. Clicking on a play (or the course info button) will open a submenu in the lower pane where you can choose the information you want. For each play, you will find the script, a synopsis of the plot, and a rough electronic versions of the Erlich film and play study guides that are found in the Packet. We, the authors, hope you find this site useful to you as you work your way through the course.
This site was designed for Internet Explorer and, for some reason, looks frightfully distorted in Netscape. The site will fit in resolution 800x600, but looks a heck of a lot better in 1024x768 (which you all should be using by now).
The contents of this site are copyright 1999-2001 by Richard D. Erlich, Brandon Debes, and Acacia Duncan (with some preservation of past work of Steve Gadlin, Abby Murphy, Amanda Raab, and Adam Vary). All rights reserved, but fair-use quotations with citations are permitted and encouraged. For general information and on all questions of copyright, contact Richard D. Erlich. For legal purposes, the responsible agent for this site is Richard D. Erlich et al. and not the President and Trustees of Miami University nor any other person or agency associated with Miami University.