The Prentice Hall Pocket Guide to Writing About Literature

The Prentice Hall Pocket Guide to Writing About Literature

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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 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.show more

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  • Paperback | 208 pages
  • 116.8 x 218.4 x 15.2mm | 294.84g
  • Pearson Education (US)
  • Prentice Hall
  • Upper Saddle River, United States
  • English
  • 0130261602
  • 9780130261601

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This quick reference "Pocket Guide to Writing About Literature" provides a user-friendly, student-oriented approach with flexible strategies for dealing with common writing situations. We are delighted to offer select Penguin Putnam titles at a substancial discount to your students when you request a special package of one or more Penguin titles with any Prentice Hall text. You must contact your Prentice Hall sales representative for special ordering instructions to receive our special package price. Turnitin.com (http: //www.turnitin.com) This new online resource is now available free to professors using "The Prentice Hall Pocket Guide to Writing About Literature." Turnitin.com, formally Plagiarism.org, is a powerful tool to help instructors identify and prevent student plagiarism on the Web.show more

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1. What Is Literature? 2. Reading Literature. 3. What Do We Write When We Write about Literature? 4. How Do We Write What We Write? 5. Putting It All Together. 6. Using Research and Writing the Documentation Page. Appendix. "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe. Glossary of Literary Terms.show more

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