|Author:||Edward A. Shannon|
|Title:||The Prentice Hall Pocket Guide to Writing About Literature|
|Format:||lrf azw lrf mobi|
|ePUB size:||1633 kb|
|FB2 size:||1667 kb|
|DJVU size:||1377 kb|
|Category:||Writing Research and Publishing Guides|
|Publisher:||Prentice Hall (June 24, 2001)|
For courses in Composition and Literature, Introduction to Literature, and Writing About Literature. This concise, spiral bound, easy-to-read book highlights the practical aspects of writing about literature while avoiding theoretical and interpretive discussion about the literature itself. It enables students to develop the necessary skills related to 1)reading and annota For courses in Composition and Literature, Introduction to Literature, and Writing About Literature . Spiral-bound, 208 pages. Published June 14th 2001 by Prentice Hall. The Prentice Hall Pocket Guide to Writing About Literature. 0130261602 (ISBN13: 9780130261601).
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For courses in Composition and Literature, Introduction to Literature, and Writing About Literature.
The Prentice Hall Pocket. has been added to your Cart. The Pocket Guide is, in short, a dictionary of literary teens, a guide to understanding a wide variety poems, stories, and plays that are frequently taught and anthologized, and an introduction to literary theory and criticism. I hope that it will help you do well in your literature course and make the course more interesting and relevant. I bought this book to gain a better understanding of literature, but it turned out to be a book of vocabulary terms and excerpts of different pieces of literature with no guidelines for literary analysis.
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Publisher:Prentice Hall. Author: Shannon, Edward A. Publication Date:2001-06-14. It enables students to develop the necessary skills related to 1)reading and annotating, 2)the focus and development of an argument, 3)the organization of ideas (including introduction and conclusion), and 4)some mechanical issues regarding the use of primary and secondary sources in college essays. Full Text Information. The Prentice Hall Pocket Guide to Writing about Literature Download Free eboks PDF.