The Teacher's Role in Teaching Shakespeare
Enjoyment of literature is the key that unlocks all subsequent stages of literary development. But enjoyment has a strange leprechaun quality. When you pursue it directly, you rarely find it. However, when you go about your business with a positive attitude, sufficient faith, and very little cynicism, enjoyment often comes along and taps you on the shoulder. It is particularly accommodating to people totally involved in what they are doing, such as students and teachers who have become engaged dramatically with literature.
Robbins, Bruce. (1994). "The Teacher's Role in Teaching Shakespeare". Arizona English Bulletin, 36(3), 40-42.
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