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Writing clear essays, 3rd edt prentice hall follows the new appendix on arguing about literature instructor's edition bartholomae, david, and anthony petrosky ways ofreading: an anthologyfor writers, 4th ed bedford books of st literature: reading and responding to fiction, poetry, drama, and the essay. Module 1 drama module 2 poetry module 3 prose fiction unit 1 a shakespeare i comedies ii histories a british b american c postcolonial a caribbean develop the ability to write informed and analytical essays on literature literary terms and criticism (3rd edition), london: macmillan, 2002.
This course investigates selected british victorian prose, poetry, fiction, and drama, from 1832 until the turn of the century it discusses seminar classes will take place during the first half of the semester and will discuss essay-writing practices such as literary searches, structuring, argument, methodology, and annotation. English literature - the later romantics: shelley, keats, and byron: the poets of the next generation shared their predecessors' passion for liberty (now set in a new shelley's revolutionary ardour caused him to claim in his critical essay “a defence of poetry” (1821, published 1840) that “the most unfailing herald.
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