WHY IS LEONTES JEALOUS? FINDING A CAUSE IN THE WINTER'S TALE
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Students examine several possible ways of understanding Leontes' jealousy through close reading, a performance activity, and the use of a primary source document. They, in groups, perform a scene.
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