Literature Reading, Reacting, Writing
Proven authors Kirszner and Mandell continue to expand on what is widely considered the best material on teaching students how to write about literature.
- Hardback | 2064 pages
- 170 x 236 x 64mm | 1,959.51g
- 27 Jul 2000
- Cengage Learning, Inc
- Heinle & Heinle Publishers Inc.,U.S.
- Florence, United States
- 4th ed.
Table of contents
Preface. 1: Understanding Literature. 2: Reading and Writing about Literature. 3: Reading and Writing about Fiction. 4: Plot. 5: Character. 6: Setting. 7: Point of View. 8: Style, Tone, and Language. 9: Symbol and Allegory. 10: Theme. POETRY. 11: Understanding Poetry. 12: Reading and Writing about Poetry. 13: Voice. 14: Word Choice, Word Order. 15: Imagery. 16: Figures of Speech. 17: Sound. 18: Form. 19: Symbol, Allegory, Allusion, Myth. DRAMA. 20: Understanding Drama. 21: Reading and Writing about Drama. 22: Plot. 23: Character. 24: Staging. 25: Theme. Appendix A: Writing a Research Paper. Appendix B: Literary History: Aristotle to the Twentieth Century. Appendix C: Twentieth-Century Literary Theories. Appendix D: Writing Essay Exams about Literature. Glossary of Literary Terms. Acknowledgments. Index of Authors, Titles, and First Lines of Poetry.