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You can find the list of prescribed texts and readings for this subject in your Subject Outline, or via the Student Portal Textbooks page. Please note that the lists may vary by campus, so check your outline.
Several resources are available via eReserve. Search for your subject code in Primo to find them.
It is advisable to buy a copy of your primary texts, so you can use them for exams and assignments, and you don't need to worry about borrowing them.
Charles Sturt Library has several of the readings available as eBooks:
Doran, Gregory, director. Royal Shakespeare Company: Hamlet. Performances by David Tennant and Sir Patrick Stewart, BBC, 2009.
CSU Library also has film versions of The Tempest, Hamlet, King Lear, The Duchess of Malfi, and A Thousand Acres available for loan on DVD. Find them in Primo Search and make a request, or contact the library.
There are a number of reputable Middle English dictionaries for you to use during your studies: