This book provides original essays that suggest ways to engage students in the classroom with the cultural factors of American literature. Some of the essays focus on individual authors' works, others view American literature more broadly, and still others focus on the application of culturally based methods for reading. All suggest a closer look at how ethnicity, culture and pedagogy interact in the classroom to help students better understand the complexity of works written by African American, Native American, Asian American, Latino/a, and several other often overlooked American literatures.Essays for Teaching Context and Culture Helane Adams Androne. In relation to ... For Louai, works like Nafisia#39;s or Hosseinia#39;s A Thousand Splendid Suns perpetuate Keshavarza#39;s aNew Orientalism, a and this astatus derives from [...] [the writersa#39;]anbsp;...
|Title||:||Multiethnic American Literatures|
|Author||:||Helane Adams Androne|
|Publisher||:||McFarland - 2014-12-31|