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The Narrative Reader (2000)
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The Narrative Reader (2000)

The Narrative Reader aims to provide a comprehensive survey of narrative theories ranging from Plato to Post-Structuralism.
 
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Worlds Elsewhere: Journeys Around Shakespeare's Globe
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Andrew Dickson,Andrew Dickson,

A book about how Shakespeare became fascinated with the world, and how the world became fascinated with Shakespeare - the first book of its kind.
 
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A Condensed Poetry Terms Glossary
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A Condensed Poetry Terms GlossaryA Condensed Poetry Terms Glossary

This brief but inclusive glossary of poetry terms will help your students better understand study and creation of poetry.
 
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An Introduction to Literature: Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (Fifteenth Edition)
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An Introduction to Literature: Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (Fifteenth Edition)An Introduction to Literature: Fiction, Poetry, and Drama (Fifteenth Edition)

This edition features more student essays than any other anthology giving students a deep reservoir of writing models to learn from including argument papers and film reviews. In addition, a wealth of instructor favorites have been added including works by D.H. Lawrence, Ambrose Bierce, Cynthia Ozick, Liliana Heker, Lawrence Ferlinghetti, Thomas Hardy, Linda Pastan, and David Ives.
 
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Shakespeare and Biography
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Shakespeare and BiographyShakespeare and Biography is not a new biography of Shakespeare. Instead, it is a study of what biographers have said about Shakespeare, from the first formal biography in the early 18th century by Nicholas Rowe to Stephen Greenblatt, James Shapiro, Jonathan Bate, Germaine Greer, Katherine Duncan-Jones, Park Honan, Rene Weis, and others who have written recent biographical accounts of England's greatest writer. The emphasis is on what sorts of issues these biographers have found especially interesting in relation to sex and gender, politics, religion, pessimism, misanthropy, jealousy, aging, family relationships, the end of a career, the end of life.
 
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The Literature Book
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The Literature BookThe Literature Book

A global look at the greatest works of Eastern and Western literature and the themes that unite them, for students and lovers of literature and reading.
The Literature Book is a fascinating journey through the greatest works of world literature, from the Iliad to Don Quixote to The Great Gatsby. Around 100 crystal-clear articles explore landmark novels, short stories, plays, and poetry that reinvented the art of writing in their time, whether Ancient Greece, post-classical Europe, or modern-day Korea.
 
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Pathways to Literature: Teacher's Book
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Pathways to Literature: Teacher's BookPathways to Literature provides an exploration of English literary masters´ timeless works from the 16th to the 20th century. It aims to teach important values and help learners acquire a better understanding of both the English language and the cultural heritage of the Englishspeaking world.

The course includes a wide variety of excerpts with carefully planned activities that allow students to approach English Literature with confidence. Extensive analysis on title, characters, themes, setting, values, motifs, symbols, meter, and rhythm, as well as summary skills and essay writing, provide a pathway to achieving mastery in English Literature.

 
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