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Exploring Literature : Writing and Arguing about Fiction, Poetry, Drama, and the Essay,9780321366306
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Exploring Literature : Writing and Arguing about Fiction, Poetry, Drama, and the Essay

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Edition:
3rd
ISBN13:

9780321366306

ISBN10:
0321366301
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/1/2007
Publisher(s):
Longman

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Summary

Featuring culturally rich and diverse literature, this anthology weaves critical thinking into every facet of its writing apparatus and guides students through the process of crafting their personal responses to literature into persuasive arguments. With engaging selections, provocative themes, and comprehensive coverage of writing, Madden's anthology is sure to capture the reader's imagination.Exploring Literatureopens with five chapters dedicated to writing and arguing about literature. An anthology follows, organized around five themes. Each thematic unit includes an ethnically diverse collection of short stories, poems, plays, and essays, as well as a case study that explores literature from various perspectives. For anyone interested in reading and reacting to compelling literature.

Table of Contents

Alternate Contents by Genre xxi
Preface to Instructor xxvii
About the Author xxxv
PART I MAKING CONNECTIONS
1(52)
Participation: Personal Response and Critical Thinking
3(18)
The Personal Dimension of Reading Literature
3(1)
Personal Response and Critical Thinking
4(1)
Writing to Learn
4(4)
Your First Response
4(1)


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