Now in its second edtion, this established guide for beginning students of literature has been updated to reflect the latest in teaching and research. Students will discover the full range of literary forms, styles, theories and critical strategies which are essential to the study of literature. Carefully selected examples demonstrate exactly how a different strategies for reading texts can be put to work and applied by students in their own work. All texts discussed are conveniently available in readily available works, the majority of which are also in the Norton Anthology of English Literature. New for this edition: * 3 new chapters on Reading, Writing an Essay, and Reflecting * Updated Works Cited * Texts discussed in the book keyed to the latest edition of the Norton Anthology of English LiteratureWriting. an. Essay. David. Farrier. In an essay called a#39;What is a Classic?a#39; the South African novelist J. M. Coetzee begins with ... save for a single reference a oblique, understated, in his best British manner a to a#39;accidents for the present timea#39; that had made ... Many undergraduate essay questions will be phrased in a way that deliberately invites a fairly wide range of possible responses, 23 Writing an Essay.
|Title||:||The Edinburgh Introduction to Studying English Literature|
|Author||:||Dermot Cavanagh, Alan Gillis, Michelle Keown, James Loxley, Randall Stevenson|
|Publisher||:||Edinburgh University Press - 2014-04-30|