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English 112 (English Composition II)

Poetry Instruction with Shakespeare's Sonnet 116

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Hear Two Readings of Sonnet 116 and Begin Instruction
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This module was developed as a multimedia lesson, then as a Web module, under grants from the Virginia Community College System (VCCS) by Prof. Eric Hibbison of J. Sargeant Reynolds Community College using Toolbook 3.0 and ExpressAuthor 1.1 with major design assistance by Martha Weller. 1996, 1997 by the VCCS.  Please send comments to Eric Hibbison by email to:

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