Writing about Literature

ISBN-10: 0131540572
ISBN-13: 9780131540576
Edition: 11th 2006 (Revised)
Authors: Edgar V. Roberts
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Book details

List price: $77.00
Edition: 11th
Copyright year: 2006
Publisher: Prentice Hall PTR
Publication date: 8/10/2005
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 432
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.496
Language: English

Writing about Literatureserves as a hands-on guide for writing about literature, thus justifying the integration of literature and composition.nbsp; The reading of literature encourages students to think, and the use of literary topics gives instructors a viable way to combine writing and literary study.

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Preliminary: The Process of Reading, Responding to, and Writing About Literature
Writing About Likes and Dislikes: Responding to Literature
Writing About a Close-Reading: Analyzing Entire Short Poems or Selected Passages from Prose Fiction and Longer Poems
Writing About Character: The People in Literature
Writing About Point of View: The Position or Stance of the Work's Narrator or Speaker
Writing About Plot and Structure: The Development and Organization of Narratives and Drama
Writing About Setting: The Background of Place, Objects, and Culture in Literature
Writing About an Idea or a Theme: The Meanings and the Messages in Literature
Writing About Metaphors and Similes: A Source of Depth and Range in Literature
Writing About Symbolism and Allusions: Windows to a Wide Expanse of Meaning
Writing About Tone: The Writer's Control over Attitudes and Feeling
Writing About a Problem: Challenges to Overcome Reading
Writing About Poetic Form: The Shape of the Poem
Writing Essays of Comparison-Contrast and Extended Comparison-Contrast: Learning by Seeing Literary Works Together
Writing a Review Essay: Developing Ideas for General or Particular Audiences
Writing about Film: Drama on the Silver Screen, Television Set, and Computer Monitor
Writing Examinations on Literature
Writing and Documenting the Research Essay: Using Extra Resources for Understanding
Critical Approaches Important in the Study of Literature
The Use of References and Tenses in Writing About Literature
A Brief Anthology of Works Used for Demonstrative
Essays and References
Stories: An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge, Ambrose Bierce
The Story of an Hour
The Three Strangers
Young Goodman Brown
The Necklace, (in Chapter 1)
First Confession
The Masque of the Red Death
Poems: Dover Beach
The Tyger
Desert Places
Channel Firing
The Man He Killed
Easter Wings
Virtue
Bright Star
On First Looking Into
Rhine Boat Trip, Irving Layton
Patterns
Anthem for Doomed Youth
Ballad of Birmingham
Sonnet 30, (in Chapter 9)
Sonnet 73, William Shakespeare
Sonnet 116, William Shakespeare
The Eagle, (in Chapter 13), Alfred, Lord Tennyson
The Second Coming, William Butler Yeats
The Boxes
Reconciliation
Lines Written in Early Spring
Plays: The Bear: A Joke in One Act
Trifles
A Glossary of Important Literary Terms
Index of Authors, Directors, First Lines of Poetry, Titles, and Topics
Brief Edition
Preliminary: The Process of Reading, Responding to, and Writing About Literature
Writing About a Close-Reading: Analyzing Entire Short Poems or Selected Passages from Prose Fiction and Longer Poems
Writing About Character: The People in Literature
Writing About Point of View: The Position or Stance of the Work's Narrat

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