Musical Theater An Appreciation

ISBN-10: 0130485837

ISBN-13: 9780130485830

Edition: 2005

Authors: Alyson McLamore

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Book details

List price: $113.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Routledge
Publication date: 11/2/2004
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 336
Size: 8.25" wide x 10.50" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 2.002
Language: English

Introduction: Reading, Responding to, and Writing about Literature
What Is Literature, and Why do We Study It?
Types of Literatures: the Genres
Reading Literature and Responding to It Actively
Guy de Maupassant,The Necklace
Reading and Responding in a Notebook or Computer File
Writing Essays on Literary Topics
The Goal of Writing: To Show a Process of Thought
Three Major Stages in Thinking and Writing: Discovering Ideas, Making Initial Drafts, and Completing the Essay
The Discovery of Ideas (ldquo;Brainstormingrdquo;)
The Need to Present an Argument when Writing Essays about Literature
Assembling Materials and Beginning to Write
Drafting the Essay
Writing by Hand, Typewriter, or Word-Processor
Writing a First Draft
Using Verb Tenses in the Discussion of Literary Works
Developing an Outline
Demonstrative Student Essay (First Draft): How Setting in ldquo;The Necklacerdquo; Is Related to the Character of Mathilde
Developing and Strengthening Essays through Revision
Checking Development and Organization
Using Exact, Comprehensive, and Forceful Language
Using the Names of Authors
Demonstrative Student Essay (Improved Draft): How Maupassant Uses Setting in ldquo;The Necklacerdquo; to Show the Character of Mathilde
Easy Commentaries
Specials Topics for Writing and Argument about the Writing Process
Reading and Writing about Fiction
Fiction: An Overview
Modern Fiction
The Short Story
Elements of Fiction I: Verisimilitude and Donneacute;e
Elements of Fiction II: Character, Plot, Structure, and Idea or Theme
Elements of Fiction III: The Writer's Tools
Stories for Study
Raymond Carver
Neighbors
An Old-Fashioned Story
The Things They Carried
The Widow of Ephesus
Everyday Use
Taking Care
Responding to Literature: Likes and Dislikes
Stating Reasons for Favorable Responses
Stating Reasons for Unfavorable Responses
Writing about Responses: Likes and Dislikes
Demonstrative Student Essay: Some Reasons for Liking Maupassant's ldquo;The Necklacerdquo;
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Fiction
Plot and Structure: The Development and Organization of Stories
Plot, the Motivation and Causation of Fiction
The Structure of Fiction
Formal Categories of Structure
Formal and Actual Structure
Stories for Study: Stephen Crane
The Blue Hotel
A Rose for Emily
What I Have Been Doing Lately
A Worn Path
Blue Winds Dancing
Writing about the Plot of a Story
Demonstrative Student Essay (Plot): Plot in Faulkner's ldquo;A Rose for Emily.rdquo;
Writing about Structure in a Story
Demonstrative Student Essay: Scrambled Structure in Faulkner's ldquo;A Rose for Emily.rdquo;
Special Topics for Writing and Argument about Plot and Structure
Characters: The People in Fiction
Character Traits
How Authors Disclose Character in Literature
Types of Characters: Round and Flat
Reality and Probability: Verisimilitude
Stories for Study
Paul's Case
Barn Burning
A Jury of Her Peers
Shopping
Two Kinds
Writing a<$$$>
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